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Miller, D. Gary (2003). Where do conjugated infinitives come from?.

URL: http://www.benjamins.nl/jbp/series/DIA/20-1/art/0004a.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-07).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 576&langcode=hun (2021-12-03).


Example #1:

    a. sikerült [PRO kinyit-ni az ajtó-t]
    succeeded         open-pi the door-acc
    "opening the door succeeded" (É. Kiss 1987: 222)
Example #2:

    b. irtóz-om lát-ni téged
    abhor-1sg see-pi you.acc
    "I hate to see you" (É. Kiss 1987: 228)
Example #3:

    c. János fut-ni látszott
    J.nom run-PI seemed
    "John seemed to run" (É. Kiss 1987: 216)
Example #4:

    a. sikerült [pro kinyit-n-om az ajtó-t]
    succeeded        open-CI-1sg the door-acc
    "I succeeded in opening the door" (É. Kiss 1987: 222)
Example #5:

    c. Mari-nak szabad haza-men-ni-e
    Mari-dat allowed home-go-CI-3sg
    "Mari is free to go home" (Komlósy 1994: 149)
Example #6:

    d. Mari-nak fárasztó     volt fönök-nek len-ni-e
    Mari-dat exhausting was boss-dat be-CI-3sg
    "it was exhausting for Mari to be a boss" (Komlósy 1994: 149)