Focus concord constructions in Japanese and other languages

Focus concord constructions consist of a single finite clause in which the focused constituent is marked with a particle, and its scope is indicated by a non-root inflection on the predicate. This special collection explores the syntactic, semantic, and morphological characteristics of focus concord from both synchronic and diachronic perspectives.

Guest Editors: Edith Aldridge, Hideki Kishimoto, Iku Nagasaki, Satoshi Kinsui

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