- Preface
- p. xv, ln. -21 Capital V in Frank Van Eynde
- p. xv, ln. 3: replace 'develped' with 'developed'

- Chapter 1
- p. 2, ln. -12: 'Will' should not be capitalized

- Chapter 2
- p. 29, 1st line in Sec 2.4: replace 'sections' with 'section'
- p. 42, ln. 7: replace 'the the' with 'the'

- Chapter 3
- p. 50, ln. -19: 'interesect' -> 'intersect'
- p. 53, ln. 6: replace 'hierararchy' with 'hierarchy'
- p. 56, fn. 7: 'devlop' -> 'develop'
- p. 62, ln. 2: add footnote: In order to simplify our presentation, we postpone all discussion of the feature AUX until Chapter 13.
- p. 78, above (63): insert 'the' between 'that' and 'lexical entry'.
- p. 79 (64b): To be fully resolved, this feature structure should also add a value for AUX ([AUX -]). However, we are postponig all discussion of AUX until Chapter 13.
- p. 83, ln. 2: 'digrams' -> 'diagrams'
- p. 89, Problem 3, part C: Change end to: 'any identities that the grammar (including your modified HSR2 and the Head Feature Principle) requires.'
- p. 91 problem 5: There's a faulty presupposition in part D of this question: on Smith's analysis of number names, the immediate head of the phrase
*two hundred five*is*hundred five*, not*two hundred*. - p. 546, answer to exercise 3: In fact, phrases licensed by the rule in (47) [page 69] are incompatible with the head daughter positions of the rules in (37) [page 65] even without the specification [COMPS itr] because the former is of type
*phrase*and the latter of type*word*.

- Chapter 4
- p. 102, ln. -7 'that mother' -> 'that the mother'
- p. 106, ln. -2 'now its final form' -> 'now in its final form'
- p. 107 (32) The constraint on the SPR value should be HEAD.AGR [1], not just AGR [1]. While we will sometimes use such "abbreviated" pathnames, it doesn't make sense to do so in the initial presentation of a constraint such as this one.
- p. 108 (33) Likewise, in this example, the constraint on the SPR value should be HEAD.AGR [1], not just AGR [1].
- p. 123, Problem 1, Part B: 'the data in (10d-h)' -> 'the data in (10e-h)'.

- Chapter 5
- p. 147, below (33): The value of MOD is not an
*expression*, but rather a list of zero or more*expressions*(in fact, zero or one*expressions*). - p. 147, ln. 11 Extraneous space between for and adverbs.

- p. 147, below (33): The value of MOD is not an
- Later chapters
- p. 161, ln. 5: replace '5.3' with '5.8'
- p. 194, ln. 3: replace the `is-an-element-of' symbol (), with `=`.
- p. 225, first line of part D. "(vii) and (viii) should be "(ix) and (x)"
- p. 242, under (39) missing "which" after "structures"
- p. 290, ln. 5: replace the `is-an-element-of' symbol (), with `=`.
- p. 357 Problem 11.3, Part B: "be sure to the INDEX" -> "be sure to show the INDEX"
- p. 520, ln. 5: replace the `is-an-element-of' symbol (), with `=`.
- p. 531, ln. 8: replace 'a analyses' with either 'analyses' or 'an analysis'
- p. 534, end of 2nd to last para: extraneous ,
- p. 561, ln 18: replace 'strcutures' with 'structures'. (Also in this entry for feature structure, we should have explained the notion of typing of feature structures.)

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