Rijkhoff's NP model 2. Terminology used Chapter Three. Word order in single-modifier NPs 3. Introduction 3. Prenominal modifiers 3. Contrast 3. Saliency 3.
Postnominal modifiers 3. Exceptional cases 3. Clause vs. A few particular modifiers 3. Adjectives 3. Postpositive possessives 3.
Demonstratives 3. Relative clauses 3. The position of dependent constituents 3.
Conclusion Chapter Four. Word order in multiple-modifier NPs 4. Introduction: an overview of the literature on the order of modifiers 4. Two criticisms of Rijkhoff's NP model 4.
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