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Anette Frank (2003). A (DISCOURSE) FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF ASYMMETRIC COORDINATION.

URL: http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/LFG/7/lfg02frank.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1749&langcode=deu (2020-08-11).

 

Example #1:

    (5) Wenn Du in ein Kaufhaus kommst und (Du) hast kein Geld, kannst Du nichts kaufen.
    if     you into a shop      come and you have no money, can you nothing buy
    `If you enter a shop and (you) don't have any money, you can't buy anything'
Example #2:

    (14) * Einen Wagenj kaufte Hansi und meldete ei ej an.
    A carj        bought Hansi and registered ei ej
    'A car bought Hans and registered'
Example #3:

    (15) * Gestern kaufte Hans den Wagen i und meldete sein Sohn ei an.
    Yesterday bought Hans the cari     and registered his son ei
    `Yesterday Hans bought the car and his son registered'
Example #4:

    (17) a. Die wenigsten Leute kaufen ein Auto und fahren mit dem Bus.
    Almost no one       buys a car       and takes the bus
    Almost no one buys a car and takes the bus.
Example #5:

    b. Daher     kaufen die wenigsten Leute ein Auto und fahren mit dem Bus.
    Therefore buys almost no one         a car     and takes the bus
    Therefore almost no one buys a car and takes the bus.
Example #6:

    (i) * Gestern kaufte Fritz ein Auto und eine Ampel fuhr um.
    Yesterday bought Fritz a car     and a red light ran down
    `Yesterday, Fritz bought a car and a red light ran down'
Example #7:

    (ii) Gestern kaufte Fritz ein Auto und fuhr eine Ampel um.
    Yesterday bought Fritz a car     and ran a red light down
    `Yesterday, Fritz bought a car and ran down a red light'
Example #8:

    (18) a. [CP Wenn Du in ein Kaufhaus kommst] und [ CP (Du) hast kein Geld],
    if         you into a shop      come     and     you have no money,
    `If you enter a shop and (you) don't have any money,
Example #9:

    (19) a. [CP Wenn Du in ein Kaufhaus kommst] und [ CP (Du) hast kein Geld], ...
    if         you into a shop      come     and     you have no money, ...
    `If you enter a shop and (you) don't have any money, ...
Example #10:

    b. * Wenn Du einen Kundenj hast und Du beleidigst ej / ej beleidigst Du , ...
    if     you a customer     have and you offend   / offend        you,
    `If you have a customer and you offend ,...'
Example #11:

    d. * Wenn Du in ein Kaufhaus kommst und kein Geld hast (Du), ...
    if     you into a shop      come and no money have (you),
    `If you enter a shop and no money (you) have,...'
Example #12:

    (37) * Einen Wagenj kaufte Hansi und meldete ei ej an.
    A carj        bought Hansi and registered ei ej
    'A car bought Hans and registered'
Example #13:

    (38) * Gestern kaufte Hans den Wagen i und meldete sein Sohn ei an.
    Yesterday bought Hans the cari     and registered his son ei
    `Yesterday Hans bought the car and his son registered'
Example #14:

    (41) a. Die wenigsten Leute [kaufen ein Auto] und [fahren mit dem Bus].
    Almost no one       buys a car         and takes the bus
    Almost no one buys a car and takes the bus.
Example #15:

    b. [Daher kaufen die wenigsten Leute ein Auto] und [fahren mit dem Bus].
    Therefore buys almost no one          a car     and takes the bus
    Therefore, almost no one buys a car and takes the bus.