A recursive phonology interface for WH-F alternative semantics
Rooth, Mats; Dong, Hongyuan
The presentation presents an analysis of intonational focus and focused in-situ WH phrases that couples the projection of alternatives in alternative semantics for focus with phonological prominence in a stress-F account of the phonology interface for focus.
Slides and poster from Semantics and Linguistic Theory 21, Rutgers University, May 20-22, 2011.
NSF BCS 1035151
prosody; focus; question; wh; semantics; alternative semantics; intonation; Japanese