||Lee, Jeong-Shik. (2018). Phonetic resurrection from ellipsis sites: A case from pseudo-gapping. The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 26(4), 55-81. Pseudo-gapping remnants have been assumed to raise out of VPs to survive VP-ellipsis via Heavy NP Shift, Object Shift, a combination of the two, or covert QR. I propose that they remain within VPs without raising, and that after VP-ellipsis, they be phonetically resurrected at PF due to their Focus. Thus, ellipsis may leave room for phonology to moderate syntactic overstepping through phonetic resurrection. The current proposal will be supported by showing that the existing approaches do not properly deal with Pseudo-gapping phenomena, and that the current one can offer alternative solutions to the problems that the other ones face.