Definition of Wh-movement

1. Noun. (context: syntax) a syntactic phenomenon found in many languages around the world, in which interrogative words (sometimes called ''wh-words'') or phrases show a special word order. Unlike ordinary phrases, such wh-words appear at the beginning of an interrogative clause. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Wh-movement Pictures

Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Wh-movement Images

Lexicographical Neighbors of Wh-movement

weye
weyes
weyleway
weymouth pine
weys
weyve
weyved
weyves
weyving
weyward
wezand
wezands
wezon
wezons
wf
wh-movement (current term)
wh-word
wh-words
wha
wha-up
wha-ups
wha gwan
whaap
whaaps
whachamacallit
whachamacallits
whack
whack the illy

Other Resources Relating to: Wh-movement

Search for Wh-movement on Dictionary.com!Search for Wh-movement on Thesaurus.com!Search for Wh-movement on Google!Search for Wh-movement on Wikipedia!

Search