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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=nld (2018-10-22).


Example #1:

    (2)    Denk je     dat hij de auto repareert?
    think you that he the car repairs
    `Do you think that he repairs the car?'
Example #2:

    (5)       a. Zei je dat ik haar op moet bellen?
    said you that I her up have-to call
    `Did you say that I have to call her up?'
Example #3:

    (6)       a. ... dat Jan vergat Marie het boek terug te geven
    that John forgot Mary the book back to give
    `... that John forgot to give Mary the book back'
Example #4:

    f. ... dat Marie Jan vraagt (om)       de fiets te repareren
    that Marie Jan asks (CMPR) the bike to repair
    `that Marie asks Jan to repair the bike
Example #5:

    o. ... hadden1 zullen2 zingen3 (all other permutations unacceptable)
    would-have will sing
    `... would have intended/promised/planned to sing'
Example #6:

    (8)      a. ... dat zij     dit    lied hebben proberen/geprobeerd te zingen
    that they this song have             try/tried          to sing
    `... that they have tried to sing this song'
Example #7:

    (11)     a. ... dat Jan beloven zal de fiets te repareren
    that Jan promise will the bike to repair
    `... that Jan will promise to repair the bike'
Example #8:

    (14)    a. ... dat Jan een boek zit/staat/ligt te lezen
    that Jan a   book sits/stands/lies to read
    '... that Jan is reading a book (while sitting/standing/lying)'
Example #9:

    (16)     a. ... dat ze deze baan niet aangeboden3 gekregen2 had1
    that she this job not PRT-offered gotten had
    `... that she had not been offered this job'