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Chomsky 2005:14) If the Spec-head relation is barred as a basic relation, then Spec-head agreement is basically barred as well. The question that arises then is under what relation is agreement obtained? Chomsky argues that there are LF-uninterpretable inflectional features that enter into agreement relations with interpretable inflectional features. " This agreement "relation" is referred to as Agm~ Before I elaborate on Agree, note that although Spec-head agreement is eliminated, agreement is still going to be defined as a structural relation by means of Agree.

Unlike Ouhalla (1988, and subsequent works), Guerssel (1992) and a number of other Berber linguists, I assume following Ouali and Pires (2005) that there is a past tense particle that is a phonologically null element (0). PER "He wrote the letter" 51 Sabrat letter The imperfective combined with the present tense marker la conveys simple or progressive present tense (55). IMP "He writes/is writing letters" 8ibra8in letters The irrealis form on the other hand occurs typically in negative past clauses.

The characterization of this morpheme in the Berber syntax literature is not uniform either. Ouhalla (1988) notes that alklauses, in Tarifit, correspond to infinitival clauses in English and other languages. The function of ao is then akin to the function of to in English to-infinitives. Ouhalla argues, based on the fact that "purposive" and control clauses in Berber are invariably ad-clauses, that the aorist form can be treated as a sort of inflected infinitival of the type reported for European Portuguese (Raposo 1987).

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