Wortstellungsvariation im Deutschen: Psycholinguistische Untersuchungen zur Relativsatzposition

Das Deutsche erlaubt eine Reihe von Wortstellungsvariationen. So wird zum Beispiel ein nomenbezogener Relativsatz häufig erst am Satzende nach dem Verb realisiert, statt direkt auf das Nomen, welches er spezifiziert, zu folgen. Man spricht im ersten Fall von Distanzstellung oder Extraposition des Re...

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