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, Universal Grammar, Parameters and Typology, The Perception of Speech and other Acoustic Signals 1997 Gal, S. 1992: Dialect variation and language ideology . [Paper presented at 91st Annual Meeting of

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. English Verb Classes and Alternations: A Preliminary Investigation Newmeyer, F. J. (1998): On the supposed 'counterfunctionality' of universal grammar: Some evolutionary

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and Universal Grammar: On the prosody–syntax interface . Frankfurt am Main : Peter Lang . Jayez , Jayez and Lucia M. Tovena . 2005 . Free-choiceness and non individuation

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natural language meaning. Volume 2. Walter de Gruyter: Berlin & Boston. 2297–2332. Cinque , Guglielmo. 1995 . Italian syntax and universal grammar . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cinque , Guglielmo. 1999 . Adverbs and functional heads

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-Giró , José-Luis . 2018 . Is Universal Grammar ready for retirement? A short review of a longstanding misinterpretation . Journal of Linguistics 54 . 859 – 888 . Miller , Jim

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Psycholinguistic Research 1980 9 367 377 Musolino, Julien. 1998. Universal grammar and the acquisition of semantic

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Stassen, Leon. 1985. Comparative and universal grammar. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Stassen L. Comparative and universal grammar

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incorporation and the word order of Dutch. In: Guglielmo Cinque Jan Koster Jean-Yves Pollock Luigi Rizzi Raffaella Zanuttini (eds): Paths towards universal grammar. Studies in honor of Richard S. Kayne, 255.276. Georgetown University Press, Washington D

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. Henderson , Brent . 2013 . Agreement and person in anti-agreement . Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 31 . 453 – 481 . Hendrick , Randall . 1988 . Anaphora in Celtic and Universal Grammar . Dodrecht : Kluwer . Hicks , Glyn . 2009 . The

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linguistic behaviour of humans. The innateness hypothesis is the source of the idea of universal grammar, as innate constrains work as patterns of grammatical constructions, i.e. rules genetically wired into human brains. From human viewpoint, universal

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