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Fuß, Eric (2005). The Rise of Agreement A formal approach to the syntax and grammaticalization of verbal inflection -.

URL: http://web.uni-frankfurt.de/fb10/fuss/Thesis/Chapter5.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-18).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2406&langcode=cim (2018-07-19).

 

Example #1:

    (28) disan libar hat ar gelest, dar pua.
    this    book has he read,        the boy
    `The boy has read this book.'
Example #2:

    (29) I hn   s as      kht, ke       dar      mucht machan lautrar      di   malt.
    I have it you.PL said    that you.PL must make           more.fluid the mortar
    `I told you that you that the mortar must be more fluid.'
Example #3:

    (30) a. morgen      vr        ge=x             bar van   Roan.
    tomorrow morning go=CLIT.1SG            over from Roana
    `Tomorrow morning, I will cross over from Roana.'
Example #4:

    b. ba       pis=to         gabest hte?
    where are=CLIT.2SG been             today
    `Where have you been today?'
Example #5:

    (31) a. ix gan ux                      kim=ex                    nemmear.
    I    to      you.pl come=CLIT.1SG never again
    `I will never come to you again.'
Example #6:

    b. baz        ts=te               du?
    What do=CLIT.2SG               you
    `What are you doing?'
Example #7:

    c. denne       miz=er                        gen ear
    then       must=CLIT.3SG                 go     he
    `Then he must leave.'
Example #8:

    d. hat=er              gahat tzo             megelan ear ox.
    hat=CLIT.3SG had               to        marry          he   too
    `He had to marry, too.'
Example #9:

    e. bir t=ber                  nixt.
    we do=CLIT-1PL nothing
    `We do nothing.'
Example #10:

    (i) a. vorsch=me                   net miar.
    ask=CLIT.1SG.ACC           not me
    `Don't ask me.'
Example #11:

    b. dar vorscht=de                      di.
    he   asks=   CLIT.2SG.ACC          you
    `He asks you.'
Example #12:

    (ii) a. du   pxes-mar                 miar.
    you scold-CLIT.1SG.DAT         me.DAT
    `You scold me.'
Example #13:

    b. i blta-ter                    dir             contraren...
    I wished-CLIT.2SG.DAT you.DAT tell
    `Iwished to tell you...'
Example #14:

    (32) a. pin=i            nixt ploax haute        i?
    am=CLIT.1SG not        pale    today    I
    `Am I not pale today?'
Example #15:

    b. has=to            du    nixt gahoart lautan?
    have=CLIT.2SG you not         heard     ring
    `Haven't you heard the bells ring?'
Example #16:

    (33) dopo     mchten=ber       essan biar.
    then     wish=CLIT.1PL     eat     we
    (Dal Negro 2004: 179)
Example #17:

    (36) a. ix pin bolaibet segen...
    I    am stayed        to-see
    `I stayed in order to see...'
Example #18:

    b. han     ix gavunt an hasen
    have I     found      a      rabbit
    `I found a rabbit.'
Example #19:

    (37) a. I pin gest           bachant       da   gnz   nacht.
    I am stayed awake                the whole night
    `I stayed awake during the whole night.'
Example #20:

    b. Bar hm gepitet viar urn.
    we    have waited four hours
    `We waited for four hours.'