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Peter Svenonius (2001). Chapter 8.

URL: http://www.hum.uit.no/a/svenonius/papers/SvenoniusSPPA02.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1403&langcode=nob (2019-04-22).

 

Example #1:

    (15) a.      ...at Per tydeligvis ikke lenger bestandig vinner.          Norwegian
    that Per evidently not anymore always wins
    `...that Per evidently doesn't always win anymore'
Example #2:

    (17) a.      Han sendte det heldigvis              ned                          Norwegian
    he    sent it fortunately down
    `He fortunately sent them down'
Example #3:

    c.     Han sendte brevet         heldigvis       ned                 Norwegian
    he    sent the.letter fortunately down
    `He fortunately sent the letter down'
Example #4:

    (30)         Varmt og kaldt vann var det jo           ikke                      Norwegian
    warm and cold water was it after.all not
    `After all, there wasn't hot and cold water '
Example #5:

    som talade med stark brytning...
    as spoke with strong accent
    professor'
Example #6:

    b.    De talade länge
    they spoke long
    `They had a long talk'
Example #7:

    med den främmande herrn...
    with the unknown gentleman
    `Then the professor packed his luggage and left with the stranger '
Example #8:

    c.   Ivan liker jeg ikke.
    Ivan like I not
    `Ivan, I don't like'
Example #9:

    d.   Ivan, han liker jeg ikke.
    Ivan him like I not
    `Ivan, him I don't like'
Example #10:

    (33) a.      Ole gikk inn i banken.                                              Norwegian
    Ole went in in the.bank
    `Ole went into the bank'
Example #11:

    b.     Jeg så at han plutselig sprang ut igjen.
    I saw that he suddenly ran         out again
    `I saw that he suddenly ran back out'
Example #12:

    c.    Etter han sprang det ei bevæpnet vakt.
    after him ran     it a armed       guard
    `After him ran an armed guard'
Example #13:

    (51) a.     Røykeforbudet brøt en student kanskje allerede i går.          Nor.
    the.smoking.ban broke a student maybe already yesterday
    as yesterday'
Example #14:

    b.    Røykeforbudet brøt kanskje en student allerede i går.
    the.smoking.ban broke maybe a student already yesterday
    early as yesterday'
Example #15:

    (52) a.     Røykeforbudet brøt en student sannsynligvis allerede i går. Nor.
    the.smoking.ban broke a student probably         already yesterday
    yesterday'
Example #16:

    b.    Røykeforbudet brøt sannsynligvis en student allerede i går.
    the.smoking.ban broke probably        a student already yesterday
    `A student probably violated the smoking ban as early as yesterday'
Example #17:

    (53) a.     Røykeforbudet brøt en student vanligvis uansett.        Norwegian
    the.smoking.ban broke a student usually anyway
    `A student usually violated the smoking ban anyway' (AMBIGU-
Example #18:

    b.    Røykeforbudet brøt vanligvis en student uansett.
    the.smoking.ban broke usually a student anyway
    `Usually some student or other violated the smoking ban anyway'
Example #19:

    allerede i går.
    already yesterday
    as yesterday'
Example #20:

    b.     Røykeforbudet brøt           vanligvis en viss student uansett.
    the.smoking.ban broke       usually a certain student anyway
    `One particular student     usually violated the smoking ban anyway'
Example #21:

    (58) a.      For eksempel    kan vann plutselig trenge seg inn i treverket. Nor.
    for example     can water suddenly force RFX in in the.woodwork
    work'
Example #22:

    (61) a.      Røykeforbudet brøt en student kanskje allerede i går.           Nor.
    the.smoking.ban broke a student maybe already yesterday
    as yesterday'
Example #23:

    b.     Det hadde uheldigvis en student kanskje allerede brøt       i går.
    day
    yesterday'
Example #24:

    (65) a.      Ola betalte {henne} heldigvis {*henne} tilbake.              Norwegian
    Ola paid      her     fortunately her     back
    `Ola fortunately paid her back'
Example #25:

    b.     Ola betalte {Kari} heldigvis {Kari} tilbake.
    Ola paid      her fortunately Kari back
    `Ola fortunately paid Kari back'