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Gerard Kempen (2003). Dutch and German verb clusters in Performance Grammar.

URL: http://www.gerardkempen.com/publicationfiles/KempenHarbuschVerbClusters.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1558&langcode=deu (2019-04-26).


Example #1:

    (18)   a. ... dass sie ausgehen2 will1
    that she out-go wants
    `... that she wants to go out'
Example #2:

    b. ... dass sie hat1 ausgehen3 wollen2
    that she has out-go        want
    `... that she has wanted to go out'
Example #3:

    c. *... dass sie ausgehen3 gewollt2 hat1
    that she out-go wanted has
    `... that she has wanted to go out'
Example #4:

    f. ... dass sie mich ausgehen3 gesehen2 hat1
    that she me out-go         seen       has
    `... that she has seen me go out'
Example #5:

    i.    ... dass sie wird1 ausgehen3 wollen2
    that she will out-go           want
    `... that she will want to go out'
Example #6:

    k. ... dass sie wird1 haben2 auszugehen5 versuchen4 wollen3
    that she will have out-go                    try       want
    `... that she will have wanted to try to go out'
Example #7:

    l. ... dass ich sie habe1 tanzen4 gehen3 lassen           2
    that I her have dance          go          let
    `... that I have let her go dance'
Example #8:

    (21)      a. Der Kurier sollte      nachher einem Spion den Brief zustecken
    the courier should later           a       spy the letter slip
    `The courier was later supposed to slip a spy the letter.
Example #9:

    (22)       a. Peter wird das Buch finden können
    Peter will the book find be-able-to
    `Peter will be able to find the book'
Example #10:

    (23)   ?Versprochen wird er ihr nicht haben den Wagen zu waschen
    promised will he her not have the car             to wash
    ` He will not have promised her to wash the car'
Example #11:

    (24)       a. ... dass er das Examen bestehen wird/hat können
    that he the exam pass           will/has be-able-to
    `...that he will be/has been able to pass the exam
Example #12:

    (25)   ... dass Karl dem Mann wird das Buch haben geben wollen
    that Karl the man will      the book have give want-to
    `... that Karl will have wanted to give the man the book