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Various Authors (2003). Excerpt from Workshop on Dislocated Elements in Discourse: Syntactic, Semantic and Pragmatic Perspec.

URL: http://amor.cms.hu-berlin.de/~h0594bbb/pdf-files/2003-Conf-Abstracts.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-07).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 628&langcode=hun (2021-12-03).


Example #1:

    (1) a Aztmondtad,(hogy)GÁBORsíeljól.
    "You said Gábor could ski well."
Example #2:

    (2) a AzÖSSZESLÁNY/LÁNYTmondtad,hogyjön/*jönnek.
    theallgirl.sg.nomgirl.sg.accsaid.2sthatcome.3s come.3p
    "You said that all the girls were coming."
Example #3:

    (3) a     Azösszeslányjön/*jönnek.
    theallgirl.sg.nomcome.3s come.3p
    "All the girls are coming."
Example #4:

    b   Kétfiúérkezett.Üdvözöltem*t/ket.
    twoboy.sg.nomarrive.past.3sgreet.past.1s himthem
    "Two boys arrived. I greeted them."
Example #5:

    (2)      [CT ´Két     könyvet] [QP `minden diák           [VP elolvasott.]]
    two     book-acc        every       student     pfx-read
    b.     `Every   student has read at least two books.'
Example #6:

    (3)      [CT ´Két könyvet] [QP `több, mint öt diák              [VP elolvasott.]]
    two book-acc          more than five student         pfx-read
    c.    # `The number of students who read two books is more than five.'
Example #7:

    (5)      [CT ´Két könyvet] [FP több, mint öt `okos diák [VP olvasott el.]]
    two book-acc          more than five clever student           read      pfx
    c.    # `The number of clever students who read two books is more than five.'
Example #8:

    (1)a. vo laRkii [jo khaRii hai] shaayad lambii haiordinary relative clause
    that girl    REL standing is maybe tall is
    `The girl who is standing may be tall.'
Example #9:

    b.Az nem jöhet [aki nem kapott meghívót].
    that-NOMnotcome-POT.3SGwho-NOMnot get-PAST.3SGinvitation-ACC
    `Whoever did not get an invitation, cannot come.'
Example #10:

    c. Az a könyv nagyon érdekes[amelyet most vettem].
    that the book very interestingwhich-ACC now bought-1SG
    `The book I have bought now is very insteresting.'
Example #11:

    b.*Az magas[amelyik lány ott áll].
    that tall which girl there stands
    `Which girls is standing there is tall.'
Example #12:

    b.Mindenki aranyat lel [aki korán kel].
    everyone gold find-3SG who early rise-3SG
    `Everyone who rises early finds gold.'(saying)
Example #13:

    b.Az/*azok idöben érkezett/tek [aki már itt volt] és [aki most jött].
    that/those in time came-3SG/3PL who arrived-3SG earlier and who arrived-3SG now
    `Those who came now and who have been here already are in time.'
Example #14:

    (7) Péter és Mari, az/azok nem jött/jöttek el.
    Peter and Mary that/those not came-3SG/3PL.
    `Peter and Mary, they didn't come.'
Example #15:

    (8) a.(?)Pétert, nem hallottam a hírt [hogy azt meghívtad]LD (left dislocate)
    Peter-ACC not heard-1SG the news-ACC that that-ACC invited-2SG
    `It is Peter that I didn't hear the news that you invited.'
Example #16:

    (9) a.Tegnap János, az nem jöttLD
    yesterdayJohn-NOMthat-NOM not came-3SG
    `John, he didn't come yesterday.'
Example #17:

    b.Péterrel [aki korán jött], az még találkozott.correl.
    Peter-WITH who early came-3SGthat still met-3SG
    `People who came early still met Peter.'
Example #18:

    (5)Yó-kálamb-a anyaní mikángo a-na-í-gúl-íl-á                makású awa   ó-búnth-a.
    4-aged        2baboons 4lion        2-PST-4-buy-APPL-FV 6hoes 6these 6-blunt-FV
    ,The aged lionsj, the baboonsi, theyi hought themj these blunt hoes`