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3 Rules and sentences Before we look at why many syntacticians have rejected PS rules, we. should look at a number of general points about the relation between rules and sentences. Syntactic theory: a unified approach 40 The first point to note is that a set of rules on their own cannot identify any sentences as possible. To do this, we need not just a set of rules but a set of rules combined with a set of words assigned to particular word level categories, or a lexicon, to use the standard term.
Exercise 5 Provide trees for each of the following and show how the data can be accounted for if we assume that the expression give a damn must be c-commanded by a negative expression such as didn't. Assume that didn't is a verb that combines with a VP. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) They told us they didn't give a damn. * The man you didn't like gave a damn. * That he gave a damn didn't surprise me at all. I don't think he gives a damn. * The man who gave a damn didn't see us. I don't expect any of them will give a damn.
In both trees, the first NP c-commands the second since the first branching node above the first NP is the S, which dominates the second NP. However, the second does not c-command the first because the first branching node above the second NP is the VP, which does not dominate the first NP. It follows that Hobbs can be the antecedent of himself in (50), but not in (51). This approach will also account for the following contrast: (55) Jack talked to himself. (56) * Jack's mother talked to himself.