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74) a. [CP Op [C’ Kennt [TP der doch glatt den Kaiser knows he doch outrightly the emperor von China]]]! [CP Kennt [TP der doch glatt den Kaiser von China]]! ’ To conclude, I have established in this section that there is a type of V1-polar exclamatives, which seems distinct from V1 declaratives involving topic drop and narrative inversion type. While there are many questions that remain unanswered, given the scope of this project, I will henceforth assume that there are that-polar Â�exclamatives as  On the Grammar of Optative Constructions well as V1-polar exclamatives.

B. ╇ Prolegomena  indicative polar exclamatives Haben Sie doch (tatsächlich/ wirklich) daran gedacht thaben! ’ (based on Scholz 1991:â•›132–133, attributing (53a) to W. Oppenrieder) Example (54) illustrates that exclamatives can be in the subjunctive mood, without losing their factivity. (54) a. subjunctive (yet factive) polar exclamatives Dass die dem doch tatsächlich das Buch gegeben hätte! subjunctive (yet factive) polar exclamatives Hätte die dem doch tatsächlich das Buch gegeben thätte!

This section reviews three Â�reasons to reject the idiom hypothesis in favor of the optative hypothesis; by doing so, it also reviews some of the basic findings on optatives. Two of the reasons to reject the idiom hypothesis stem from Rifkin (2000); the third has not been formulated in this way before. Rifkin’s first argument to dispel the idiom hypothesis can be summarized as Â�follows. e. it would be plausible that they are obligatorily adjacent. As Rifkin shows, this is not the case, cf. (29).

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