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That depends on what you think the next level is: what exactly do you want to know? I'm going to start with the most basic recommendation, Introduction to the Principles of Transformational Syntax by Heny & Akmadjian. It teaches a theory of syntax that isn't used anymore, but it is fairly clearly written and was the standard intro textbook in syntax ...


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In the below sentence: the dog that Jake patted t The constituent "the dog" is said to be extracted from the embedded clause "that Jake patted t", and is coreferent to a gap that is in the object position of the verb "patted". That's all that extraction is -- a relative clause ("the dog that Jake patted") headed by a ...


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