The structures of quantifier phrases in Thai are studied in the X -Syntax framework (Jackendoff 1977). Syntactic and Semantic arguments are provided to prove that this model remedies the deficiency of traditional and early transformational grammar as it provides insightful analyses based on distinctions between intermediate level nodes which display internal hierarchical structures as well as the linear structure of the phrase. In addition, this leads to an account of the different meanings of the structure itself.
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