A better-resourced language that is VSO is Arabic, and I noticed today that Chris Brew’s group have a paper on converting the Penn Arabic Treebank into CCG. I didn’t know that Arabic had resumptive pronouns. Gaelic doesn’t, but they might be useful in posts explaining gapping later on.

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