I-to-C movement and do-support
I-to-C movement, wh-movement and do-support
Everyone knows who the good kids are.
Is the snowman melting?
Did Mary think that Peter bought her a Christmas gift?
I-to-C movement only
I -to-C movement and Wh-movement
Does Josh like Christmas movies?
Bill said that Amy will visit us.
Who did Peter invited?
Did John ask who Sarah is dating?
Who is Sarah dating?
Helen wanted to know who Sarah is dating.
Children’s errors are constrained by the parameters of UG.
Children learn language by imitation and analogy.
Children, as well as adult speakers of some languages, are illogical.
A phrasal category (XP) to the Specifier of CP.
The contents of I to the Head of CP.
The contents of I to the Specifier of CP.
Is the structure after all movement is complete.
Is the structure generated purely by phrase-structure rules.
Is a point in the derivation between wh-movement and I-to-C movement.
Have a structure-independent rule for the formation of yes/no‑questions.
Have a structure-dependent rule for the formation of yes/no‑questions.
Have not yet set the parameter of structure-dependency in yes/no‑questions.
Only in the matrix clause
Only in the embedded clause
Whenever there is an NP with the [+wh] feature
The Specifier of the embedded CP
The Specifier of the matrix CP
The complement of the embedded verb
Children only use structures they have been exposed to.
Children's mistakes sometimes reflect parametric options provided by UG.
English and German have the same parametric settings.
Did Mary ask what Sue will cook?
Toni asked what Sue will cook.
Does Mary think that Sue will make a gingerbread house?
What does Cookie Monster think what Maggie will eat?
What does Cookie Monster what think Maggie will eat?
What does Cookie Monster think Maggie what will eat?
Everyone believes that Santa Claus exists.
What do you think that Christmas is all about?
Santa Claus wonders who is naughty among this kids.