Research Group:
Lexical Categories in Linguistic Theory

Spring 2004

About the research project

The basic distinction that languages make among lexical categories -- nouns, verbs, and often also adjectives -- is arguably one of the universal characteristics of human language. As is well known, lexical categories typically differ in their syntactic patterning. This research project investigates differences among lexical categories outside of syntax.

Information for project members and other attendees

Everyone is welcome to attend the weekly research-group meetings during the Spring 2004 semester, whether officially part of the project group or not.

Meetings are Thursdays, 6-7(:15)pm, in Dey 304.

For more information, please contact Jennifer Smith (jlsmith |A|T| unc |D|O|T| edu).
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