|Lecture 1：Introduction to class
Lecture 2：Why does Chinese need classifiers to count things? (A pragmatic analysis of nominal arguments in classfier languages.)
Lecture 3：The invention of "classifier phrase" and its structure
Lecture 4：ALH: Let's analyse noun phrases in Chinese text books.
Lecture 5：Discussion on the structure of Chinese noun phrases
Lecture 6: Appositives in Mandarin Chinese, English and Japanese (Appositives in Mandarin Chinese and Cross-Linguistically)
Lecture 7：The features of non-restrictive relatives in Mandarin Chinese (Restricting non-restirictive relatives in Mandarin Chinese.)
Lecture 8：ALH:Let's find appositive/non-restrictive clauses in Chinese novels.
Lecture 9: Discussion on (non-)relative clauses in Mandarin Chinese
Lecture 10：Why do we say "sleep a sound sleep", while we can say "sleep soundly". （Transitive Psych-predicates）
Lecture 11: "Da dianhua (hit the telephon)" vs. "denwa-suru (do the telephone) (Light-verb syntax between English and Cclassical Chinese)
Lecture 11：Discussion on the structure of predicates in Mandarin Chinese
Lecture 12：On the internal structure of comparative constructions:from Chinese and Japanese to English
Lecture 13：Verbal answers to yes/no questions, Focus, and Ellipsis
Lecture 14：Cartographic syntax of pragmatic projections