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Davison, Alice (2003). Word order, parameters, and the Extended COMP projection.

URL: http://www.uiowa.edu/~linguist/faculty/davison/leftperiphery.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-06-01).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1260&langcode=ben (2018-10-20).

 

Example #1:

    [Bangla] a.    chele-Ta Sune-che      [je or baba aS-be]
    boy-cl hear-pst      that his father come-fut.
    `The boy heard [that his father will come]' Bayer 1996:255
Example #2:

    [Bangla] b chele-ta [[or baba aS-be]       bole]  Sune-che
    boy-cl     his father come-fut say-prt hear-pst
    `The boy has heard [that his father will come]. Bayer 1996: 255
Example #3:

    [Bangla] c. [[or baba aS-be]      bole] chele-Ta         Sune-che
    his father come-fut say-prt boy-cl         hear-pst
    `The boy has heard [that his father will come]. Bayer 1996: 255
Example #4:

    [Bangla] d.     [(*je) baba aS-be]         chele-Ta (eTa)      Sune-che
    that father come-fut      boy-cl   this-cl   hear-pst
    The boy has heard [that father will come]'. Bayer 1996: 255, 257.
Example #5:

    33) [Bangla] [[[je baRi koreche] bole] tumi bolechile] Se rOmesh nOy
    who house do-past Quot. you say-past that Ramesh not
    'The person who [you said [__ built the house] ] is not Ramesh'. Das Gupta 1980:
Example #6:

    40) [Bangla]. . a, modhu aS-be    ki (na)?
    Madhu come-fut what not
    `Will Madhu come?' (P. Dasgupta p.c.)
Example #7:

    [Bangla]        b. modhu ki         aS-be?
    Madhu what      come-fut
    `Will Madhu come?'
Example #8:

    [Bangla]        c. * ki modhu aS-be?
    what Madhu come-fut
    `Will Madhu come?'[Dasgupta p.c.
Example #9:

    41) [Bangla] a. [ram haSchilo        ki na/*ki] (*bole)         ami jane na
    Ram laugh-prog-pst what not /what quot        I know not
    `I do not know [whether Ram was laughing]' Das Gupta 1980: 365, 367; p..c
Example #10:

    [Bangla] b. * [ram ki(na)    haSchilo ]                ami jane na
    Ram what (not) laugh-prog-pst           I know not
    `I do not know [whether Ram was laughing]' Das Gupta 1980: 365, 367
Example #11:

    [Bangla] c. robin mone mone    jiggasa korlo [*je [madhuri ki sotti-i take bhalobase]]
    Rabin mind-mind-in question do-pst that Madhuri what truth- he-dat love
    Rabin wondered to himself [whether Madhuri truly loved him] P Dasgupta p.c.
Example #12:

    44) [Bangla] ora [[dilip kake  khun korbe] bole] jante     perechilo?
    they Dilip who-dat blood do-fut quot know-inf come-past
    *They have come to know [whom Dilip will kill].' (Dasgupta 1996)
Example #13:

    45) [Bangla] ora [[dilip kake  khun korbe] jante     perechilo(?)
    they Dilip who-dat blood do-fut know-inf come-past
    They have come to know [whom Dilip will kill].' (Dasgupta 1996)
Example #14:

    46) [Bangla] [dilip kake    khun korbe] ora jante      perechilo
    Dilip who-dat blood do-fut they know-inf come-past
    They have come to know [whom Dilip will kill].' (Dasgupta 1996)