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Extraction out of adjectival secondary predicates in English and Spanish: A nanosyntactic account

reanalysis. The Linguistic Review, 6, 1-39. Demonte, V. 1991. Temporal and aspectual constraints on predicative APs. In H. Campos and F. Martínez-Gil (Eds.), Current studies in contemporary Romance linguistics (pp. 413-450). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Demonte, V. and Masullo, P. J. (1999). La predicación: Los complementos predicativos. In I. Bosque and V. Demonte (Eds.), Gramática descriptiva de la lengua española (pp. 2461-2525). Madrid: Espasa. Dowty, D. R. (1979). Word meaning and Montague grammar. Dordrecht: Reidel

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Resultative and goal phrases in Polish and English: Interaction with aspect

of aspectuality: The interaction between temporal and atemporal structure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Washio, R. (1997). Resultatives, compositionality and language variation. Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 6, 1-49.

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