The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal, 21(1), 1-27. This paper examines demonstrative-reinforcer constructions. I review the previous analysis by Bernstein(1997), and show that it cannot account for relevant data drawn from Modern Greek and thus cannot be maintained. By demonstrating similarities between the demonstrative-reinforcer construction and the ordinary omdifiee-modifier construction, I propose an analysis that demonstrative-reinforcer constructions are phrasal on their own. Such an analysis is a useful tool to compare the theories of demonstratives-Guradiano(2011), Julien(2002), and Jackendoff(1997), and determine the first one is superior empirically and theoretically to the other two.