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NCV2s are not sensitive to linearity and referentiality
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UCV2s are not syntactically subordinated to the matrix clause, and the superordinate structure in which they are found cannot be quantificational (see also UCV2s are sensitive to linearity and referentiality). In most respects they seem to entertain the same relation to the matrix clause as matrix clauses entertain with each other in a discourse. NCV2s, however, are not sensitive to this notion with respect to their positioning relative to the matrix clauses in which they are semantically contained (see linearity). Furthermore, NCV2s are not sensitive to the presence of a quantification in the superordinate structure in which they are found (see referentiality versus quantification). Extraction is possible out of a NCV2, provided the tensed verb does not occupy the second position in the clause, but the first position.

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