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Greg Lee
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Some questions about counterbleeding

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Is there such a thing as an L colored vowel?

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truth condition of 'uniqueness' in the (neo) Russellian theory

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Why can you say "I am not sure whether it's raining" but not "I am sure whether it's raining"?

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Voiced H as an approximant for schwa?

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Why are constructions such as ‘AN historian’ commonly pronounced with a non-silent H?

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Is ‘for’ a complementizer or a preposition in ‘prefer for John to stay’

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What exactly is Minimal Distance Principle and how is it applied here?

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Is type theory compatible with n-ary branching?

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Compositional Semantics of relative clauses

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What is non-headed phrase?

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a question about reflexives and nonreflexives

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Can CFG (context free phrase structure grammar) describe discontinuous constituents?

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Do sound changes have a preferred direction?

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What is it called when a person pronounces the letter t in the word "metal" as something more similar to a d sound?

5 votes

Critics and arguments against the generative syntax theories?

5 votes
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What is the difference between generative grammar and transformation grammar?

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Considering the English language, is there only one way to divide a word in syllables?

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Why is the diphthong in 'say' and 'fate' /eɪ/ rather than /ɛi/?

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Can learning a lot of languages hurt your native language communication skills?

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What is wrong with this way of looking at conjunctions?

3 votes

Natural languages, programming languages, and information theory

4 votes

What explanatory advantages does so-called "type theory" have?

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Is linguistics a superset of programming language theory?

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Are natural languages turing complete?

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Do Modern Grammar Theories fall short in explaining Free Word Order?

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What is the name of introductory expressions like "It is not the case that..."

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internal reconstruction before comparative method

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Modern theories of Russian syntax

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Does [s] before [b] always become [z]?

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