- Emilce Sandra Rees
Updated: Jan 10, 2022
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Indirect statement in Latin shows that Latin has no CP in these sentences:
Caesarem (acc.) appropinquare dicit.
This is at the standard of a Common Entrance question - and yet the only example of a "bare" IP I find is with "believe" ---
And some Latin grammars (generative) talk about empty C -- CP phrase -
All clear now, thanks to Italian linguist - C assigns case - weird, but true.