Osez le cunnilingus by Trinh Thi, Coralie

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A-b. ' c-d . 'She wasn't able to drink anything. ' (43 ) a. II aurait voulu ne tout dire qu'a son avocat. b. *II aurait tout voulu ne dire qu'a son avocat. c. Elle a pu ne rien boire. d. *Elle a rien pu ne boire. a-b. ' c-d . ' In (42), L-Tous can move tout and rien across the verb forms voulu and pu. In (43) , after the first application of L-Tous, tout and rien are not contiguous with voulu and pu owing to the presence of the intervening ne. There is, moreover, no additional rule capable of changi ng the relative order of ne - toutlrien : (44) a.

18 This contrast with tout is paralleled by one concerning de + Adj : rien de tres hon 'nothing very good', *tout de tres bon. 19 The claim that rien is not an N in its use as a complete NP would not exclude the possibility of its being an N in ce rien. The Leftward Move ment o f Tout/Tous 18 the relative element lequel, which appears in relative clauses such as le gart;on avec lequel elle parlait, la table sur laquelle il etait assis, les problemes auxquels il s'interesse. With certain antecedents, lequel is impossible : (32) a.

The preceding analysis implies, of course, that the deletion of the embedded subject in (46) may not precede the application of L-Tous-in other words, that the deletion is ordered after L-Tous . Comparing (46), (47), (48) now to (45) , we see that if the latter too is described in terms of embedded subject deletion, there must be more than one such process in French,27 since in (45) the deletion must have preceded L-Tous. 27 An argument in favor of subject deletion in sentences like (45) could be made, in the case offalloir, on the basis of sentences like (i) fl va toutfalloir manger tous Les deux, (ii) fl va tout falloir nous taper, where tous les deux would seem to have o riginated as part of the subject of manger, and the nous of nous taper to be due to a deleted fi rst person plural subject.

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