An additional element introduced in the discussion is the Confirmation Phrase, presented here as an extended projection of the phrase requiring confirmation, which is visible through a wh-morpheme (que in Spanish). This projection allows for some syntax-based fine-tuning of the expression of the meaning of questions, distinguishing information questions from confirmation ones.Paul Hagstrom (p.c.) suggests a more general definition of information in terms of possible world semantics: A very basic unit of information would be a fact or a proposition, i.e., a specification of what the world is like (this is generally modeled anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Spanish Left Periphery: Questions and Answers|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|