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Tanya Reinhart and Tal Siloni (2003). Thematic Arity Operations and Parametric Variations.

URL: http://www.let.uu.nl/~tanya.reinhart/personal/Papers/parapaper-final-may-03.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2105&langcode=fra (2020-08-11).


Example #1:

    (5) a.    Jean lei lave ti.
    Jean himcl washes
    `Jean washes him'
Example #2:

    b.    An object clitic analysis:   Jean sei lave ti.
    Jean SE washes
    `Jean washes himself'
Example #3:

    (7)a.     Je ferai laver Max *(à) Paul.
    I will+make wash Max to Paul
    `I will make Paul wash Max'
Example #4:

    b.    Je ferai courir Paul.
    I will+make run Paul
    `I will make Paul run'
Example #5:

    (i) Je le ferai courir.
    I himcl will+make run
    `I will make him run'
Example #6:

    c.    Je le ferai laver à Paul.
    I himcl will+make wash to Paul.
    `I will make Paul wash him'
Example #7:

    d.    Je ferai se laver Paul.
    I will+make SE wash Paul
    `I will make Paul wash himself'
Example #8:

    (14)a.    Il est arrivé trois filles hier soir.
    there is arrived three girls yesterday evening
    `There arrived three girls'
Example #9:

    (34)        Jean se considère ne pas être intelligent.
    Jean SE considres NEG be intelligent
    `Jean considers himself not to be intelligent'
Example #10:

    (35) a.     Jean se voit [laver Marie]
    Jean SE sees wash Mary
    `Jean sees himself wash Marie'
Example #11:

    (i) Jean se plaît/déplaît sur cette photo.
    Jean SE pleases/displeases on this picture
    `Jean pleases/displeases himself on this picture'
Example #12:

    (49) a.      Jean se dessine.
    Jean SE draws
    `Jean draws himself'
Example #13:

    (74)        Ici on mange souvent des spaghettis.
    here one eats often spaghettis
    `Here people eats spaghettis often'