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Personal pronoun as antecedent of a relative clause
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In case a personal pronoun 2SG heads a relative clause, the relative pronoun may fail to show complementiser agreement.

In case a personal pronoun heads a relative clause, there may be a case conflict if the spell-out of the syntactic function of the pronoun in the relative clause is different from the spell-out of the syntactic function of the pronoun in the containing clause (see Case).

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