Depictives are constituents (typically APs) that describe a stage-level property of a participant of the situation described by the main verb. A depictive must not be a subconstituent of the DP that expresses the participant. I will use the term “host” for the participant modified by the depictive, and indicate the relationship between a depictive and its possible hosts by indices.(1) a. Maryi ate the fishj raw# i/j/drunki/# j. b. Johni served Maryj coffee drunki/* j.
|Original language||English GB|
|Title of host publication||SinFonIJA 13: 13th Conference on Syntax, Phonology, and Language Analysis|
|Number of pages||15|
|State||Published - 24 Sep 2020|