Career Paths - Law: Student's Book by Virginia Evans PDF

By Virginia Evans

ISBN-10: 0857778161

ISBN-13: 9780857778161

Legislation z serii profession Paths to publikacja przeznaczona dla osob przygotowujacych sie do pracy lub pracujacych w zawodach prawniczych pragnacych doskonalic znajomosc jezyka angielskiego w aspekcie zwiazanym z praca zawodowa profession Paths to nowosc na polskim rynku wydawniczym Rewelacyjna seria podrecznikow dla osob pragnacych poznac jezyk angielski lub poglebic jego znajomosc w celu podniesienia swoich kwalifikacji zawodowych Seria ma docelowo liczyc 24 czesci z ktorych kazda poswiecona bedzie innej specjalnosci zawodowejKsiazki sa nieoceniona pomoca zarowno dla studentow i poczatkujacych adeptow jak i doswiadczonych praktykow danego zawodu Moga byc wykorzystane w technikach szkolach zawodowych uczelniach wyzszych i na specjalistycznych kursach jezykowych Publikacje z serii profession Paths pozwalaja na zintegrowane rozwijanie czterech sprawnosci jezykowych przy jednoczesnym poznawaniu i cwiczeniu slownictwa zwiazanego z dana specjalnoscia zawodowa

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A womany [every manx [x loves y]]] (8c,d), however can only be interpreted as (9b). The interpretation of an 'a certain' NP is not conditioned by the interpretation of other quantified expressionssuch as indefinite NPs or 'someone'. Thus, such an NP is interpretively independent, a term that singles out the phenomenon often explained in terms of scope. The Logical Syntax of Definite Descriptions and 'Belief'-Sentences Similar observations hold for ' any ' and ' every ' . As has often 45 been noted, 'any' is relatively interpretively independent of its logical environment .

Moreover, the sentences are perfectly acceptable with these interpretations . , considering them as not being moved by QR and not forming operator-variable structures. In other words, type II QPs are operators, and type I quantified expressions are terms (see chapter 2). In what follows in this chapter the technical details concerning QR are not very important . , non- operator-variable form , ~ ill act like type I quantifiers . (b) If an element has any of the properties (A)- (E), it will have them all .

Would anyone ever use the unacceptable sentences in (14)? If not (as seems most likely , given their unacceptability ), what evidence could force the distinctions noted? Even if relevant data are available, is it reasonable to think the child pays attention to them? How likely is it that the facts concerning the ECP can be winnowed from the primary linquistic data? In English, neither ' every' nor ' any' violates the ECP, so they appear to act alike . However , this similarity is mere coincidence arising from the local nature of QR, as the French facts and the double-'wh ' facts cited in (39) show.

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