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Lilja Øvrelid (2003). Sub ject or Ob ject? Syntactic disambiguation in Norwegian, stochastic Optimality Theory and applica.

URL: http://svenska.gu.se/~svelo/hovedfag/hoved.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1285&langcode=nob (2019-05-27).

 

Example #1:

    (1)      a. Jenta    skrev brevet
    girl-DEF wrote letter-DEF
    `The girl wrote the letter'
Example #2:

    b. Brevet     skrev jenta
    letter-DEF wrote girl-DEF
    `The letter, the girl wrote'
Example #3:

    stagnert
    stagnated
    pletely'
Example #4:

    talsmann
    spokesman
    `He has been the spokesman of tolerance and dignity'
Example #5:

    Å lese klassikere er noe      en må komme inn i
    To read classics is something one must get in to
    `Reading classics is something you have to get into'
Example #6:

    vekt
    weight
    `The fact that you also own your own house will surely be weighted'
Example #7:

    Det er fokus på hår i høst
    It is focus on hair in autumn
    `The focus is on hair this autumn'
Example #8:

    (3)   a. Jenta    skrev brevet
    girl-DEF wrote letter-DEF
    `The girl wrote the letter'
Example #9:

    b. Brevet     ble skrevet (av jenta)
    letter-DEF was written (by girl-DEF)
    `The letter was written (by the girl)'
Example #10:

    (4) Det ble skrevet et brev
    It was written a letter
    `A letter was written'
Example #11:

    (5)     a. Jenta    skrev brevet
    girl-DEF wrote letter-DEF
    `The girl wrote the letter'
Example #12:

    b. Skriv brevet!
    write letter-DEF
    `Write the letter!'
Example #13:

    (6)     a. Jenta    skrev brevet     og sendte det med en gang
    Girl-DEF wrote letter-DEF and sent it with one time
    `The girl wrote the letter and sent it right away'
Example #14:

    (1)   Skriv du det brevet!
    write you that letter!
    `You write that letter!'
Example #15:

    (7) Jenta tok vedkubbene og satte vedkubbene i skjulet
    girl-DEF took firewood-DEF and put firewood-DEF in shed-DEF
    `The girl took the firewood and put the firewood in the shed'
Example #16:

    (8) Jenta tok vedkubbene og satte i skjulet
    girl-DEF took firewood-DEF and put in shed-DEF
    `The girl took the firewood and put (it) in the shed'
Example #17:

    (9) Jentai    liker å PROi skrive brev
    girl-DEFi likes to PROi write letters
    `The girl enjoys writing letters'
Example #18:

    (10) Jentai     pleide å ti skrive brev
    girl-DEFi used to ti write letters
    `The girl used to write letters'
Example #19:

    (11)   a. Jenta    som liker å spise epler skrev brevet
    girl-DEF who likes to eat apples wrote letter-DEF
    `The girl who likes eating apples wrote the letter'
Example #20:

    (12)   a. De    brevene     som jenta     skrev så vi aldri
    Those letters-DEF that girl-DEF wrote saw we never
    `Those letters that the girl wrote, we never saw'
Example #21:

    b. De brevene        jenta    skrev så vi aldri
    those letters-DEF girl-DEF wrote saw we never
    `Those letters the girl wrote, we never saw'
Example #22:

    b. Jentene skriver begge brev
    girls-DEF write both letters
    `The girls both write letters'
Example #23:

    (14)   a. Jentene skrev begge brevene
    girls-DEF wrote both letters-DEF
    `The girls wrote both letters'
Example #24:

    (16) Dette gjelder i tillegg de         som håndterer etc.
    this concerns in addition they-NOM who handle    etc.
    `This also concerns those who handle'
Example #25:

    tar alvorlig feil
    take seriously wrong
    seriously mistaken'
Example #26:

    (19) Dette gjelder han/hun        som skrev brevet
    this concerns he-NOM/she-NOM who wrote letter-DEF
    `this concerns he/she who wrote the letter'
Example #27:

    (20)       a. Jenta    skrev brevet
    girl-DEF wrote letter-DEF
    (ii) `The girl, the letter wrote'
Example #28:

    b. Brevet     skrev jenta
    letter-DEF wrote girl-DEF
    (ii) The letter wrote the girl
Example #29:

    Jeg liker dette
    I like this
    `I like this'
Example #30:

    Dette liker jeg
    This like I
    `This, I like'
Example #31:

    Her bor jeg
    Here live I
    `Here, I live'
Example #32:

    (25)   a. Jenta    har skrevet brevet
    girl-DEF has written letter-DEF
    (i) `The girl has written the letter'
Example #33:

    b. Brevet     har jenta    skrevet
    letter-DEF has girl-DEF written
    (i) `The letter, the girl has written'
Example #34:

    (8)      a. Hva syns du om       guttene?
    what think you about boys-DEF?
    `What do you think of the boys?'
Example #35:

    b. Ole liker jeg, men Per kan jeg ikke fordra
    Ole like I, but Per can I not stand
    `Ole I like, but Per I cannot stand'
Example #36:

    b. Kaffe liker jeg, men ikke te
    Coffee like I, but not tea
    `Coffee, I like, but not tea'
Example #37:

    (10)      a. I      går kjøpte jeg en jakke
    yester day bought I a jacket
    `Yesterday, I bought a jacket'
Example #38:

    b. Den skal jeg ha på meg i     kveld
    it will I wear on me tonight
    `I am wearing it tonight'
Example #39:

    (11)     a. I      går kjøpte jeg en jakke
    yester day bought I a jacket
    `I bought a jacket yesterday'
Example #40:

    b. Den skal jeg ha på meg i kveld, ikke dongerijakken
    it  will I wear on me to night, not jeansjacket-DEF
    `That one, I am wearing tonight, not the jeans jacket'
Example #41:

    (23)     a. Boka     interesserer jentene
    book-DEF interests    girls-DEF
    `The book interests the girls'
Example #42:

    b. Saken    gjelder jentene
    case-DEF concerns girls-DEF
    `The case concerns the girls'
Example #43:

    c. Bomben   drepte jentene
    bomb-DEF killed girls-DEF
    `The bomb killed the girls'
Example #44:

    b. Klovnens      klumsete dans morer barna
    Clown-DEF-GEN clumsy dance amuses children-DEF
    `The clown's clumsy dance amuses the children'
Example #45:

    (31) Sola     varmet alle     som satt der
    sun-DEF warmed everyone who sat there
    `The sun warmed everyone who sat there'
Example #46:

    (41) Filmen    interesserer Karin
    movie-DEF interests    Karin
    `The movie interests Karin'
Example #47:

    (42) ??Karin interesserer filmen
    Karin interests      movie-DEF
    `Karin, the film interests'
Example #48:

    (1) Hun vet   at den mannen kan hun få kjær
    she knows that that man-DEF can she have dear
    `She knows that that man can become dear to her'
Example #49:

    (2) Hun sa at jenta        ikke skrev brevet
    she said that girl-DEF not wrote letter-DEF
    `She said that the girl did not write the letter'
Example #50:

    (4) Det kommer ei jente
    it comes a girl
    `A girl is coming'
Example #51:

    (6)       a. Dette alternativet betyr sparte investeringer
    this alternative means saved investments
    `This alternative means saved investments'
Example #52:

    b. Dette betyr sparte investeringer
    this means saved investments
    `This means saved investments'
Example #53:

    b. Det er bilen      til jenta
    it is car-DEF to girl-DEF
    `It is the car belonging to the girl'
Example #54:

    (12) Det kommer noen /ingen menn
    it comes some/no       men
    `Some/no men are coming'
Example #55:

    (13) Vi har kjøpt melk
    we have bought milk
    `We have bought milk'
Example #56:

    (14) Det kommer tre /mange menn
    it comes three/many men
    `Three/many men are coming'
Example #57:

    (18) De vasket seg          i innsjøen den kvelden
    They washed themselves in lake-DEF that evening-DEF
    `Themselves, they washed in the lake that evening'
Example #58:

    (1)   Seg        selv   vasket de i      innsjøen den         kvelden
    Themselves washed they in lake-DEF that     evening-DEF
    `They washed themselves in the lake that evening'
Example #59:

    (20) Knut Wickstrøm solgte huset   på Seiersb jerget
    Knut Wickstrøm sold house-DEF on Seiersb jerget
    `Knut Wickstrøm sold the house on Seiersb jerget'
Example #60:

    (1)   a. At huset        blir      solgt             bekymrer jenta
    that house-DEF becomes sell-PASS.PART worries girl-DEF
    `That the house will be sold worries the girl'
Example #61:

    (21) Knut tror     at huset         blir      solgt         til slutt
    Knut believes that house-DEF becomes sell-PASS.PART to end
    `Knut believes that the house will be sold eventually'
Example #62:

    (22) Neste måned selger Knut huset
    Next month sells Knut house-the
    `Next month, Knut is selling the house'
Example #63:

    (2)   a. Jenta     vet   at huset        blir       solgt
    girl-DEF knows that house-DEF becomes sell-PASS.PART
    `The girl knows that the house will be sold'
Example #64:

    a. USA fremsatte et endringsforslag
    USA proposed an amendment
    `USA proposed an amendment'
Example #65:

    a. Bedriften   har mange års erfaring
    company-DEF has many years experience
    `The company has many years of experience'
Example #66:

    barna        har         vært    i arbeidet
    children-DEF have        been    in work-DEF
    have been in their work'
Example #67:

    (37) Villaen   på Stabekk åpnet gjerne sine dører
    villa-DEF at Stabekk opened gladly its doors
    `The villa at Stabekk gladly opened its doors'
Example #68:

    (1)      a. Denne samtalen        plager Oline i lang tid
    this conversation-DEF bothers Oline in long time
    `This conversation bothers Oline for a long time'
Example #69:

    b. Loven   omfatter ikke folkeskolelærerne
    law-DEF includes not schoolteachers-DEF
    `The law does not include schoolteachers'
Example #70:

    mennesker
    people
    `The terror bomb that exploded killed hundreds of people'
Example #71:

    primærvalgkampen              ikke Bill Clinton
    primary-election-DEF          not Bill Clinton
    primary elections'
Example #72:

    (3) Den nye ordningen rammer brukerne
    the new arrangement strikes users-DEF
    `The new arrangement strikes the users'
Example #73:

    (4) Dette rammet ikke FN-styrkene
    this striked not UN-troops-DEF
    `This did not strike the UN troops'
Example #74:

    (5) Avdrag       på lån belastes den person som står som eier
    downpayments on loan burdens that person who stands as owner
    owner'
Example #75:

    (6) Kvinner rammes ofte av beinskjørhet
    women struck often by osteoporosis
    `Women are often struck by osteoporosis'
Example #76:

    (1)   En ulykke hendte        jenta
    an accident happened-to girl-DEF
    `An accident happened to the girl'
Example #77:

    (8)   a. Flaks reddet Ine (8) fra døden
    luck saved Ine (8) from death
    `Luck saved Ine (8) from dying'
Example #78:

    tankveggen
    tank-wall-DEF
    `A break occurred between the substance and the wall of the tank'
Example #79:

    (10) Noen studenter spiser på Frederikke hver dag
    some students eat at Frederikke every day
    `Some students eat at Frederikke every day'
Example #80:

    (11) Det spiser noen studenter på Frederikke hver dag
    it eats some students at Frederikke every day
    `Some students eat at Frederikke every day'
Example #81:

    (12) En student sover i parken
    a student sleeps in park-DEF
    `A student sleeps in the park'
Example #82:

    (13) Det sover en student i parken
    it sleeps a student in park-DEF
    `A student sleeps in the park'
Example #83:

    (14)      a. Per har fem venner
    Per has five friends
    `Per has five friends'
Example #84:

    b. Tre bor i Oslo og to i Bergen
    three live in Oslo and two in Bergen
    `Three (of them) live in Oslo and two in Bergen'
Example #85:

    (15) En nabo     oppdaget innbruddstyven
    a neighbour discovered burglar-DEF
    `A neighbour discovered the burglar
Example #86:

    (16) En grend uten  skole mister sitt sosiale senter
    a town without school loses its social center
    `A town without a school loses its social center'
Example #87:

    Aida Hansen, til Bergens Tidende
    Aida Hansen, to Bergens Tidende
    Hansen, to Bergens Tidende'
Example #88:

    (18) Det lovet     Leif
    It promised Leif
    `Leif promised it'
Example #89:

    (19) Dette sier en skuffet      Miss Norway
    this says a disappointed Miss Norway
    `This is what a disappointed Miss Norway says'
Example #90:

    (20) Det oppsummerte den norske        gårsdagen
    it summed-up the Norwegian yesterday
    `That summed up yesterday's events in Norway'
Example #91:

    (21) Det gjelder blant annet reglene        om     vedlikehold
    it concerns among others rules-DEF about maintenance
    `It concerns, among other things, the rules on maintenance'
Example #92:

    gjetninger
    guesses
    `The announcement triggered this year's first round of guesses'
Example #93:

    (23) Pasientene   aksepterer stort sett de nye reglene
    Patients-DEF accept     largely seen the new rules-DEF
    `The patients generally accept the new rules'
Example #94:

    (24) Eva-Britt besøker Hamilton i Moskva
    Eva-Britt visits Hamilton in Moscow
    `Eva-Britt visits Hamilton in Moscow'
Example #95:

    (25) Trafikkulykkene       representerer de største kostnadene
    traffic-accidents-DEF represent     the largest costs-DEF
    `The traffic accidents represent the largest costs'
Example #96:

    (26) Departementet forbereder disse sakene
    ministry-DEF prepares these cases-DEF
    `The ministry prepares these cases'
Example #97:

    (27) Gro møtte PLO-lederen
    Gro met PLO-leader-DEF
    `Gro met the leader of PLO'
Example #98:

    (28) Alle vognene   på Marina har slike hjul
    all wagons-DEF on Marina have such wheels
    `All the wagons on Marina have wheels like that'
Example #99:

    (29) Innpåslitne menn holder hun på avstand
    pushy       men keeps she at distance
    `Pushy men, she keeps at a distance'
Example #100:

    (30) Det kan ikke den hyggelige kirkelunsjen     heller
    it can not the pleasant church-luncheon-DEF either
    `Neither can the pleasant church luncheon'
Example #101:

    (31)   a. Flaks reddet Ine (8) fra døden
    luck saved Ine (8) from death-DEF
    `Luck saved Ine from dying'
Example #102:

    b. ?? Ine (8) reddet flaks fra døden
    Ine (8) saved luck from death-DEF
    `Ine (8), luck saved from dying'
Example #103:

    (32)   a. Spørsmålet   plager Espen
    question-DEF bothers Espen
    `The question bothers Espen'
Example #104:

    b. ?? Espen plager spørsmålet
    Espen bothers question-DEF
    `Espen, the question bothers'
Example #105:

    (33)   a. Loven   omfatter ikke folkeskolelærerne
    law-DEF includes not schoolteachers-DEF
    `The law doesn't include the schoolteachers'
Example #106:

    b. ?? Folkeskolelærerne omfatter ikke loven
    schoolteachers-DEF includes not law-DEF
    `Schoolteachers, the law doesn't include'
Example #107:

    mennesker
    people
    `The terror bomb that exploded killed hundreds of people'
Example #108:

    eksploderte
    exploded
    `Hundreds of people, the terror bomb that exploded killed'
Example #109:

    (35) Meg plager det veldig
    me bothers it very
    `Me, it bothers very much'
Example #110:

    (36) Seks kroner pr. kilo betaler Fjell
    six crowns per kilo pays Fjell
    `Six crowns per kilo, Fjell pays'
Example #111:

    (37) Flaks reddet Ine (8) fra døden
    luck saved Ine (8) from death
    `Luck saved Ine (8) from dying'
Example #112:

    (1)   Vi     likte han    ikke
    we-NOM liked he-NOM not
    `We did not like him'
Example #113:

    (6) I dag skrev jenta     brevet
    To day wrote girl-DEF letter-DEF
    `Today, the girl wrote the letter'
Example #114:

    b. e.g. Epler liker han
    apples like he-NOM
    `Apples, he likes'
Example #115:

    b. e.g. Filmen irriterer han
    movie annoys he-NOM
    `The movie annoys him'
Example #116:

    (1) Brevet      med det pussige innholdet      skrev jenta.
    letter-DEF with the strange content-DEF wrote girl-DEF
    `The letter with the strange content, the girl wrote'
Example #117:

    (6) Dørvakten   undersøkte tipset
    doorman-DEF investigated tip-DEF
    `The doorman investigated the tip'
Example #118:

    (7) ?? Guttene gjelder saken
    boys-DEF concern case-DEF
    `The boys, the case concerns'
Example #119:

    (1)   a. Jenta    har skrevet brevet
    girl-DEF has written letter-DEF
    (ii) * `The girl, the letter has written'
Example #120:

    b. Brevet     har jenta    skrevet
    letter-DEF has girl-DEF written
    (ii) * `The letter has written the girl'
Example #121:

    (8)     a. Det samme gjelder Black Butler
    the same concerns Black Butler
    `The same concerns Black Butler'
Example #122:

    b. Dette sier en skuffet      Miss Norway
    this says a disappointed Miss Norway
    `This is what a disappointed Miss Norway says'
Example #123:

    (1)   Det kommer en mann i trappa
    it comes a man in stair-DEF
    `A man is coming up the stairs'
Example #124:

    (2)   Det synger en mann i trappa
    it sings a man in stair-DEF
    `A man is singing in the stairs'
Example #125:

    (9)      a. En nabo     oppdaget innbruddstyven
    a neighbour discovered burglar-DEF
    `A neighbour discovered the burglar'
Example #126:

    b. Parlamentarismen   har sine svakheter
    parlamentarism-DEF has its weaknesses
    `Parlamentarism has its weaknesses'
Example #127:

    (10)    a. Barnet    bærer hun i armene
    child-DEF carries she i arms-DEF
    `The child, she carries in her arms'
Example #128:

    b. Barnet    liker hun med hatten
    child-DEF likes she with hat-DEF
    (ii) `The child, the female with the hat likes'
Example #129:

    (12) Det gjør historien om   Ane også
    it does story-DEF about Ane also
    `So does the story about Ane'
Example #130:

    (13)    a. Norge likte kampen
    Norway liked match-DEF
    `Norway liked the match'
Example #131:

    b. Kampen    likte Norge
    match-DEF liked Norway
    `Norway liked the match'
Example #132:

    c. Jenta    likte Norge
    girl-DEF liked Norway
    (ii) `The girl, Norway liked'
Example #133:

    d. Norge likte jenta
    Norway liked girl-DEF
    (ii) `Norway, the girl liked'
Example #134:

    (1) Espen har spørsmålet     plaget   i årevis
    Espen has question-DEF bothered for years
    `Espen, the question has bothered for years'