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When the locative phrase is an adjunct (10a), but the ‘L’ must be disyllabic when the locative phrase is a predicate, as observed in Sun (2008). For example: (10) a. ’ b. ’ As Sun pointed out (2008), there is a complementary distribution between monosyllabic localizers and disyllabic localizers in terms of adjunct versus predicate. However, it is unknown why lǐ-mian ‘in-side’ must be used when it serves as a main predicate with zài (10b) while a monosyllabic localizer lǐ ‘inside’ is enough to realize the L-feature in (7) if it is used in an non-predicate (adjunct) position (10a).
On the history of place words and localizers in Chinese: A cognitive approach. In Functional structure(s), forma and interpretation, ed. A. Li Yen-hui and Andrew Simpson, 180–198. London: Routledge Curson. Redouane, Djamouri. 2007. Uses of yi in Archaic Chinese. Paper presented at the 15th annual conference of the International Associating of Chinese Linguistics at Columbia University, and at the 19th North American conference on Chinese linguistics joint meeting in New York, 25–28 May 2007. Roberts, Ian.