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GĆ©raldine Legendre (2000). Positioning Romanian Verbal Clitics at PF.

URL: http://www.cog.jhu.edu/faculty/legendre/papers/romanian.final.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2098&langcode=ron (2019-03-25).


Example #1:

    (2) R      a.     Cīnd vine       Ion?
    when come3SG John
    `When is John coming?'
Example #2:

    R       b.     Cīnd poate      Ion veni mīine?
    when can3SG John come tomorrow
    `When can John come tomorrow?'
Example #3:

    (3) R a.          Ce    a        spus Ion?
    what have3SG said John
    `What has John said?'
Example #4:

    (5) R   a.       *Ce Ion a spus?
    what John have3SG said
    `What has John said?'
Example #5:

    (8) R      a.     A venit Ion?
    have3SG come John
    `has John come?'
Example #6:

    R b.        Maria nu-l mai poate ajuta.
    Maria neg-himACC again can3SG help
    `Maria can't help him any longer'
Example #7:

    R b.         Pleca voi.
    leave shall1SG
    `(I) shall leave'
Example #8:

    (16) R a.        *Ion    va sau ar       veni.
    John fut3SG or cond3SG come
    'John will or would come'
Example #9:

    (33) R            Īl pot       vedea.
    him can1SG see
    `(I) can see him'
Example #10:

    (34)      R      Ion poate adesea veni lunea.
    John can3SG often come monday
    `John can often come on Mondays'