anteposition


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an·te·po·si·tion

(an'tē-pō-zi'shŭn),
Forward or anterior position.

an·te·po·si·tion

(an'tē-pō-zi'shŭn)
Forward or anterior position.
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2] and, on the other hand, between auditory perception, the sentential nature of the InfC and the anteposition of [NP.
It is the general anteposition in French that causes this rather high number of anteposed nondynamic N[P.
8%) infinitives in Spanish (Table 9) can be explained by the general postposition tendency of this language; the small difference between postposition and anteposition of N[P.