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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=swe (2021-04-10).


Example #1:

    (37) a.     Har någon student möjligen läst boken?                                 Swedish
    has any student possibly read the.book
    `Has any student possibly read the book?'
Example #2:

    c.    Har möjligen NÅGON STUDENT läst boken?
    has possibly any       student      read the.book
    `Has ANY STUDENT possibly read the book?'
Example #3:

    (38) a.      Där skall nu vajorna               kalva.                    Swedish
    there shall now the.reindeer.does calve
    `The reindeer does are going to calve there now'
Example #4:

    b.     I Mars anföll därpå Danmark Holstein-Gottorp.
    in March attacked thereon Denmark Holstein-Gottorp
    `After that, in March, Denmark attacked Holstein-Gottorp'
Example #5:

    c.     Här uppe äro nämligen nätterna mycket långa, kölden sträng, ...
    here up are namely the.nights very          long the.cold severe
    `Because up here the nights are very long, the cold severe...'
Example #6:

    (66) a.      Lars gav {dem} lyckligtvis {*dem} till Ulla.                          Swedish
    Lars gave them fortunately them to Ulla
    `Lars fortunately gave them to Ulla'
Example #7:

    b.    Lars gav {pengarna} lyckligtvis {pengarna} till Ulla.
    Lars gave the.money fortunately the.money to Ulla
    `Lars fortunately gave the money to Ulla'