ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

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Barry Schein (1999). Events and the Semantic Content of Thematic Relations.

URL: http://www-rcf.usc.edu/~schein/esctr.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 240&langcode=nld (2018-06-18).

 

Example #1:

    (154) a.         Hij heeft gelopen.
    He has run
    `He ran.'                  (Zaenen 1993)
Example #2:

    b.      *Hij is gelopen.
    He is run
    `He ran.'                  (Zaenen 1993)
Example #3:

    (155) a.         ?Hij heeft naar huis gelopen.
    He has to home run
    `He ran home.'         (Zaenen 1993)
Example #4:

    b.      Hij is naar huis gelopen.
    He is to home run
    `He ran home.'         (Zaenen 1993)
Example #5:

    (156) a.         Deze bloem heeft het hele jaar gebloeid.
    this flower has the whole year bloomed
    `This flower bloomed for the whole year'. (Levin & Hovav 1995: 161)
Example #6:

    (157) a.         Het boompje is helemaal op-gebloeid toen ik het regelmatig mest gaf.
    the little-tree is completely up-bloomed when I it regularly fertilizer gave
    `The little tree completely flourished when I regularly gave it fertilizer.'
Example #7:

    (158) Jan is in tien minuten naar de stad gelopen.
    Jan is in ten minutes to the town run
    `Jan ran to the town in ten minutes' (H. Koopman p.c.)
Example #8:

    (159) Jan is (?*in tien minuten) naar de stad toe gelopen.
    Jan is    in ten minutes to the town to run
    `Jan ran towards the town in ten minutes.' (H. Koopman p.c.)
Example #9:

    (160) Jan heeft op de tredmill/ in het bos gelopen.
    Jan has on the treadmill/in the woods run
    `Jan ran on the treadmill/ in the woods' (H. Koopman p.c.)
Example #10:

    (161) *Jan is op de tredmill/ in het bos gelopen.
    Jan is on the treadmill/in the woods run
    `Jan ran on the treadmill/ in the woods' (H. Koopman p.c.)