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Negative concord and (multiple) agree: a case study of West Flemish

(2010) LINGUISTIC INQUIRY. 41(2). p.181-211
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This paper examines the formalization of negative concord in terms of the Minimalist Program, focusing entirely on negative concord in West Flemish. It is shown that a recent analysis of negative concord which advocates Multiple Agree is empirically inadequate. Instead of Multiple Agree, it is argued that a particular implementation of the simpler and less powerful binary Agree is superior in deriving the data in question
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West Flemish, negative concord, Multiple Agree, intervention, Agree

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Haegeman, Liliane, and Terje Lohndal. “Negative Concord and (multiple) Agree: a Case Study of West Flemish.” LINGUISTIC INQUIRY 41.2 (2010): 181–211. Print.
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Haegeman, L., & Lohndal, T. (2010). Negative concord and (multiple) agree: a case study of West Flemish. LINGUISTIC INQUIRY, 41(2), 181–211.
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Haegeman, Liliane, and Terje Lohndal. 2010. “Negative Concord and (multiple) Agree: a Case Study of West Flemish.” Linguistic Inquiry 41 (2): 181–211.
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Haegeman, Liliane, and Terje Lohndal. 2010. “Negative Concord and (multiple) Agree: a Case Study of West Flemish.” Linguistic Inquiry 41 (2): 181–211.
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Haegeman L, Lohndal T. Negative concord and (multiple) agree: a case study of West Flemish. LINGUISTIC INQUIRY. 2010;41(2):181–211.
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L. Haegeman and T. Lohndal, “Negative concord and (multiple) agree: a case study of West Flemish,” LINGUISTIC INQUIRY, vol. 41, no. 2, pp. 181–211, 2010.
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  author       = {Haegeman, Liliane and Lohndal, Terje},
  issn         = {0024-3892},
  journal      = {LINGUISTIC INQUIRY},
  keywords     = {West Flemish,negative concord,Multiple Agree,intervention,Agree},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {181--211},
  title        = {Negative concord and (multiple) agree: a case study of West Flemish},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {2010},
}

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