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Bjarne ├śrsnes (2002). Case Marking and Subject Extraction in Danish.

URL: http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/7/lfg02oersnes-num.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1422&langcode=dan (2018-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    (6)      Peter tror han vinder
    Peter thinks he wins
    `Peter thinks he is going to win'
Example #2:

    (7)       ham tror Peter e vinder
    him thinks Peter wins
    `he is the one of whom Peter believes that he is going to win'
Example #3:

    (8)     * han tror Peter e vinder
    he thinks Peter wins
    `he is the one of whom Peter believes that he is going to win'
Example #4:

    (11)        dem ved jeg er gode!
    them know I are good
    `I know they are good'
Example #5:

    (12)        ham ved jeg ikke lige       hvem er
    him know I not exactly who is
    `I don't quite know who he is'
Example #6:

    (13)        dem ved jeg ikke hvordan smager
    them know I not how           taste
    `I don't know how they taste'
Example #7:

    (18)       det tror jeg ikke e passer
    that think I not e is true
    `I really don't think that is true'
Example #8:

    (23)       ham ved jeg ikke lige  hvem er
    him know I not exactly who is
    `I don't quite know who he is'
Example #9:

    (24)       dem ved jeg ikke hvordan smager
    them know I not how      taste
    `I don't know how they taste'
Example #10:

    (26)         mig forventer de laver det hele
    me expect they do ever ything
    `they expect me to do everything
Example #11:

    (32)            ham der, han brokker sig altid
    him there, he is always complaining
    `that man, he is always complaining'
Example #12:

    (34)            HAN/*HAM kommer i hvert fald ikke
    HE/*HIM comes cer tainly not
    `He certainly won't be here'
Example #13:

    (35)            kun hun kan g°re det
    Only she can do it
    `she alone can do it'