By Andrew Radford
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Or rather hung . . in the Tate Gallery The picture was hanged . . sorry hung . . in the Tate Gallery The picture was hanged . . I mean hung . . in the Tate Gallery However, self-correction is arguably too infrequent a phenomenon to play a major role in the acquisition process. e. evidence relating to the non-occurrence of certain types of structure). g. no Prepositional Phrases like ∗ dinner after in which the head preposition after follows its complement dinner, and no Verb Phrases such as ∗ cake eat in which the head verb eat follows its complement cake).
If we compare (20b) with its echo-question counterpart (20a) He had said who would do what? we see that (20b) involves preposing the first wh-word who and the first auxiliary had, and that this results in a grammatical sentence. By contrast, (20c) involves preposing the first wh-word who and the second auxiliary would; (20d) involves preposing the second wh-word what and the first auxiliary had; and (20e) involves preposing the second wh-word what and the second auxiliary would. e. the one nearest the beginning of the sentence in (20a) above) and likewise wh-fronting preposes the closest whexpression who.
No language in which it is OK to say Drinks wine (meaning ‘He/she drinks wine’) but not OK to say Eats pasta (meaning ‘He/she eats pasta’). The range of grammatical variation found across languages appears to be strictly limited to just two possibilities – languages either do or don’t systematically allow finite verbs to have null subjects. A more familiar aspect of grammar which appears to be parametrised relates to word order, in that different types of language have different word orders in specific types of construction.
An Introduction to English Sentence Structure by Andrew Radford