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Yes, but this girl in the red coat will. b. Yes, but this girl in the red coat will before tomorrow. What is interesting in that answer is the nature of what is understood, even if it left unsaid.
Hole into disappeared ground the the in clever a little c. The snake clever disappeared into a hole in the ground d. e. fully acceptable, b as incomprehensible, c as possibly comprehensible but not quite well formed, and d as human speech but not much else (for speakers who do not know French: d is a translation of a into French). The differences between a, b and c are (possibly among other things) judgments about word order, and they are the kind of thing that our theory of syntax should explain.
The same is true in vision generally: the step from an array of light colors and intensi37 2. SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS INTRODUCED 38 ties to the recognition of object edges and shapes and movements is a very significant one, and it is something we can do effortlessly even when parts of the objects are not visible. The basic strategy for studying language and other cognitively mediated behavior is roughly as follows. Suppose that we think that the cognitive agent has some internal representation or state R that is causally involved in the production of certain behaviors.