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Anke Holler (2005). On Non-Canonical Clause Linkage.

URL: http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/HPSG/6/holler.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3735&langcode=deu (2019-08-20).

 

Example #1:

    (1) a. Oskar ist vom       Stuhl gefallen.
    Oskar has from the chair fallen
    `Oskar has fallen from a chair.'
Example #2:

    b. Emma bezweifelt, dass Oskar vom        Stuhl gefallen ist.
    Emma doubts        that Oskar from the chair fallen is
    `Emma doubts that Oskar is fallen from a chair.'
Example #3:

    (2) a. Ich glaube, er hat recht.
    I think he has right
    `I think that he is right.'
Example #4:

    b. Ob        er noch kommt?
    Whether he still comes
    `I wonder whether he will still come?'
Example #5:

    (3) Ich hatte geglaubt, (/) sie KAMe.
    I had believed          she came
    `I had believed that she would come.'
Example #6:

    b.    Weil    Peter (*daran) glaubt, sie ist nett.
    Because Peter (that) believes she is nice
    `Because Peter believes she is nice.'
Example #7:

    (7) a. Wo glaubst du wohnt man billig?
    Where believe you lives one cheaply
    `Where do you believe one lives cheaply?'
Example #8:

    (9) Er muss im Garten sein, dass er nicht aufmacht.
    He must in the backyard be that he not opens
    `He must be in the backyard since he does not open.'
Example #9:

    (10) Was ist denn HIER los,         dass Max so       schreit?
    What is PART here the matter that Max like that screams
    `What is wrong here that Max screams like that?'
Example #10:

    c.   Was ist     denn gerade los,          dass er so       schreit?
    What is     PART just now the matter that he like that screams
    `What is    wrong just now, that he screams like that?'
Example #11:

    (16) Das Blatt hat eine Seite, die ist ganz       schwarz.
    The sheet has one side that is completely black
    `The sheet has one side that is completely black.'
Example #12:

    uns.
    us
    ` There are days      on which we experience something that bothers us.'
Example #13:

    (i) Hans hat Freunde, die lesen gern  und Peter hat Freunde, die tanzen gern.
    Hans has friends who like reading and Peter has friends who like dancing
    `Hans has friends who like reading and Peter has friends who like dancing.'
Example #14:

    kennt auch einen.
    knows also one
    one.'
Example #15:

    (30) a. Kommt Peter? Weil      er hat es versprochen.
    Comes Peter because he has it promised
    `Is Peter coming? Because he promised to.'
Example #16:

    b. Kommt Peter, weil     er es versprochen hat?
    Comes Peter because he it promised has
    `Is Peter coming because he promised to?'
Example #17:

    (31) a.       Peter ist nicht    nach Hause   gefahren, weil    er      hatte Kopfw   eh.
    Peter is not       home         driven because he         had a head    ache
    `Peter did not     drive home   because he had a head     ache.'
Example #18:

    (33) Max spielt Orgel, was gut klingt.
    Max plays organ which good sounds
    `Max is playing the organ, which sounds good.'
Example #19:

    (34) #[Emma kaufte einen teuren   Schrank, was ARGERlich ist.]F
    Emma bought an expensive cupboard which annoying is
    `Emma bought an expensive cupboard, which is annoying.'
Example #20:

    (36) a. Max spielt Orgel, was gut klingt.
    Max plays organ which good sounds
    `Max is playing the organ, which sounds good.'
Example #21:

    b. Max spielt Orgel.
    Max plays organ.
    `Max is playing the organ.'