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Adam Przepiórkowski and Alexandr Rosen (2004). On the Case of Predicative Complements in Czech Infinitival Clauses1.

URL: http://dach.ipipan.waw.pl/~adamp/Papers/2004-control-czech/control-cz.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1452&langcode=ces (2021-10-23).


Example #1:

    b.   Honza        restal mt       rd Marii.                                               (SR)
    Honza-NOM stopped have-INF glad Marie-ACC
    `Honza stopped liking Maria.'
Example #2:

    b.   Honza        zkous pomhat Marii.                                                     (SC)
    Honza-NOM tries help-INF Marie-ACC
    `Honza tries to help Marie.'
Example #3:

    (8)              a.    Petr      se zdl bt     nespokojen.                                                    (SR)
    Petr-NOM seemed be-INF dissatisfied-NOM
    `Petr seemed to be dissatisfied'
Example #4:

    (9)              a.    Petr      se bl prijt      neohlsen.                                                  (SC)
    Petr-NOM feared come-INF unannounced-NOM
    `Petr was afraid of arriving impromptu.'
Example #5:

    (11)       a.     Bt opil        znamen bt      hloup.
    be-INF drunk-NOM means be-INF stupid-NOM
    `Being drunk means being stupid.'
Example #6:

    ??nevyspal / nevyspalch.                                               (OC)
    sleepy-ACC sleepy-GEN
    `She taught many pupils to stop coming to school without having proper sleep.'