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S-structure is a level of representation derived from d-structure by transformational rules, and input to the rules deriving PF and LF. S-structure is the T-model equivalent of surface structure in the Standard Theory. S-structure is putatively defined by conditions such as the subjacency condition.


Utrecht Lexicon of Linguistics


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