A main clause complementizer

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This paper focuses on Romanian main clauses that display the complementizer &#8216;that&#8217;, and may also allow for the re-iteration of this element at the left periphery. The analysis capitalizes on the proposal in current studies that a field for encoding conversational pragmatics is projected at the left periphery of clauses above ForceP. The spell-out of Force as &#8216;that&#8217; is seen as an option when the derivation proceeds beyond this level in assertive clauses. The re-iteration of &#8216;that&#8217;, reflecting the re-iteration of ForceP, is then related to the need of locality for the C-to-T feature transfer inherent to any <i>phase</i>.


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