This talk argues in favor of the treatment of Long Head Movement (LVM) on a par with phrasal movement by analyzing the Long Head Movement of bare verbs in Kawahíva as A-bar movement. In itself a theoretically significant issue, the analysis proposed has a much greater significance: it accounts for the LVM by appealing to familiar tools, the feature [Pred] (Bowers 1993; Massam, 2000) with the EPP property.
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