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Fernández B. & P. Albizu (Eds.) (1998). Kasu eta Komunztaduraren gainean On Case and Agreement.

URL: http://www.gslt.hum.gu.se/~svet/links/c40filol.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-05-31).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1332&langcode=spa (2020-08-10).

 

Example #1:

    (1)     a.     Pedro te             lo          envía
    Peter     CL2DAT CL3ACC         send(3NOM)
    `Peter sends it to you.'
Example #2:

    b.     *Pedro te              me         envía                          [Spanish]
    Peter    CL2DAT CL1ACC         send(3NOM)
    `Peter sends me to you.'
Example #3:

    (3)      Pedro me            lo            envía
    Peter   CL1DAT CL3ACC          send(3NOM)
    `Peter sends it to me.'
Example #4:

    (8)    a.   Te           pinté     para Myriam
    CL2ACC       painted for Myriam
    `I painted you for Myriam.'
Example #5:

    b.   Le            pinté         a Myriam un retrato tuyo
    CL3DATi       painted to Myriami a portrait you-              GEN
    `I painted Myriam a portrait of yours.'
Example #6:

    c.   *Te           le           pinté a Myriam
    CL2ACC CL3DAT         painted to Myriam
    `I painted you for Myriam.'
Example #7:

    (9)    a.   El niño       se                  me          escapó
    the child     CL3INH.REFL. CL1DAT             run away
    `The child ran away from me'
Example #8:

    b.   *Yo me                le             escapé
    I     1INH.REFL. CL3DAT            run away
    `I ran away from you.'
Example #9:

    (11) Pedro me          envía         a tu   casa
    Peter   CL1ACC   send(3NOM) to your home
    `Peter sends me to your place.'
Example #10:

    (12) Te          me         van a desnucar
    CL2ACC    1 ETH.DAT   will to break the neck
    `They will break you the neck (and I am affected by it).' [both examples from Sp
Example #11:

    (15) *(La)       vi    a ella
    CL1ACC    saw her
    `I saw her.'
Example #12:

    (16) (*La)        vi    a Sara
    CL1ACC     saw Sara
    `I saw Sara.'
Example #13:

    (17) La         vio a ella [=the child/#the table]
    CL3ACC   saw her
    `She saw her.'
Example #14:

    (18) Salió de      la tienda con ella [=with the child/with the table]
    left    from the shop with her
    `She left the shop with her. `
Example #15:

    (19) La mesa/tu amiga,           la         vimos en esa librería.
    The table/your friend,      CL3SGFEM   saw   in that bookstore
    `The table/your friend, we saw it/her in that bookstore.'
Example #16:

    (20) Te            la              llevamos
    CL2DAT CL3ACC.FEM           brought(1    NOM)
    `We brought her to you.'
Example #17:

    (21) *Te            (la)             llevamos             a ella
    CL2DAT CL3ACC.FEM           brought(1   NOM)     a her
    `We brought her to you.'
Example #18:

    (23) a.        La pistolai (se)             lai         entregué a la policía
    The gun        (CL3   DAT) CL3ACC        handed        to the police
    `I handed it --the gun-- over to the police.'
Example #19:

    (i)     El niño, te          lo     llevamos      a las cinco
    The child, CL2DAT CL3ACC bring-1NOM at five
    `The child, we will bring him to you at five.'
Example #20:

    (24) a.     Lo         vi
    CL3ACC    saw
    `I saw it/*him.'
Example #21:

    b.    Te        lo        llevé
    CL2DAT CL3ACC      brought
    `I brought it/him to you.'
Example #22:

    (25) Antonio1 piensa que se              lo*1   entregaste a la policía
    Antonio thinks that      CL3DAT CL3ACC    handed    to the police
    `Antonio thinks that you handed him/it over to the police.'
Example #23:

    (52) Me         han crecido los tomates
    CL1DAT   have grown the tomatoes
    lit.: `The tomatoes growed me.'
Example #24:

    (54) *Me         has           crecido
    CL1DAT   have-2NOM grown
    lit.: `You growed me.'