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Alternatively, the relevant syntactic feature (encoded in the form of a clitic pronoun) is interpretable at the LF interface (in terms of givenness), and also gets spelled out prosodically in a certain way at the PF interface, hence accounting for the correlation . Two hallmarks of contrastive focus are more pronounced accent and the possibility of using a cleft construction (instead). Dalina Kallulli & Liliane Tasmowski of givenness and deaccentuation that was observed earlier. Crucially, however, under both views prosody can be treated as an abstract morpheme in the sense of Embick and Noyer (2007).
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A grammar of Spokan : a Salish language of eastern Washington by Barry F Carlson