This paper is devoted to the analysis of sentences such as those in (1), where the intended interpretation of (1a) [Manuela jumped into the water for twenty minutes] and (1b) [Rebecca opened the window for five minutes] is that Manuela was in the water for twenty minutes after having jumped and that the window was open for five minutes after having been opened, respectively.
In WCCFL 18 Proceedings, Sonya Bird, Andrew Carnie, Jason D. Haugen, and Peter Norquest (eds.), pp. 420–433. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press, 1999.
Paper, prepublication version, 26 June 1999
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