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Daniel HOLE (2006). EXTRA ARGUMENTALITY -- AFFECTEES, LANDMARKS AND VOICE.

URL: http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~Daniel_Hole/SomeGeneralizations.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2461&langcode=deu (2019-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    (2) a. Paul    zerbrach      ihr      die Brille.
    Paul    broke         her.DAT the glasses
    `Paul   broke her   glasses (on her).'
Example #2:

    b. Paul    zerbrach      ihre Brille.
    Paul    broke         her glasses
    `Paul   broke her   glasses.'
Example #3:

    (3) a. Sie     wusch       ihm     die Füße.
    she     washed      him.DAT the feet
    `She washed his feet.'
Example #4:

    a. Dann starb auch seine      Mutter.
    then died also his       mother
    `Then his mother died,   too.'
Example #5:

    (7) a. Die      Wachen öffneten [dem Angreifer]DAT das Tor.
    the      guards opened the.DAT attacker            the gate
    `The    guards opened the gate for the attacker.'
Example #6:

    (8) a. Die Zensur           öffnete     [der     Beeinflussung]DAT   das   Tor.
    the censorship opened          the.DAT manipulation         the   gate
    `Censorship opened the floodgates to manipulation.'
Example #7:

    b. # [Die Beeinflussung] bekam das Tor geöffnet.
    the       manipulation      got      the gate opened
    lit.: `Manipulation got the gate opened.'
Example #8:

    (9) a. Die Ärztin hat [Paula]DAT Blut            abgenommen.
    the doctor has Paula           blood taken
    `The doctor took some of Paula's blood.'
Example #9:

    b. [Paula]NOM hat (von der Ärztin) Blut        abgenommen bekommen.
    Paula    has by the doctor blood taken                 got
    `The doctor took some of Paula's blood.'
Example #10:

    (10) a. Sie streichelte [dem      Jungen]DAT     den Arm.
    she stroked       the.DAT boy            the arm
    `She stroked the boy's arm.'
Example #11:

    b. [Der Junge]NOM bekam (von ihr) den Arm gestreichelt.
    the boy           got     by her the arm stroked
    `She stroked the boy's arm.'
Example #12:

    (11) a. Falls die Schwester dem             Patienten auf den Mantel       tritt, ...
    if      the nurse          the.DAT patient       on the coat       steps
    lit.: `If the nurse steps the patient on the coat...'
Example #13:

    (15)     Die Mutter       flocht der       Tochter    die      Haare.
    the mother       braided the.DAT daughter the         hairs
    `The mother    braided her daughter's hair.'
Example #14:

    (25)     Einem Zeugen ist ein         Hund          aufgefallen.
    a.DAT witness is       a.NOM dog           (be.)noticed
    `A witness noticed a dog.'
Example #15:

    (26) a. Ihm          juckt   die   Kopfhaut.
    him. DAT itches the.NOM scalp
    `His scalp itches.'
Example #16:

    b. Ihr      drückt der      Magen.
    her.DAT presses the.NOM stomach
    `Her belly hurts.'
Example #17:

    c. Ihm          bricht das    Herz.
    him.DAT breaks the.NOM heart
    `His heart is breaking.'
Example #18:

    (27)   Dem      Jungen wuchsen         Brüste.
    the.DAT boy      grew           breasts.NOM
    `The boy grew breasts.'
Example #19:

    (28) a. Dem      Baum wuchsen neue Äste.
    the.DAT tree       grew        new branches
    `The tree grew new branches.'
Example #20:

    b. Dem      Wagen platzte ein Reifen.
    the.DAT car        burst    a    tyre
    `The car burst a tyre.'
Example #21:

    (29) a. An dem         Baum wuchsen neue Äste.
    on the.DAT tree          grew       new branches
    `The tree grew new branches.'
Example #22:

    b. An dem         Wagen platzte ein Reifen.
    on the.DAT car           burst   a    tyre
    `The car burst a tyre.'
Example #23:

    b. * In ihr      drückt der         Magen.
    in her.DAT presses the.NOM stomach
    intended: `Her belly hurts.'
Example #24:

    c. * In ihm         bricht das        Herz.
    in him.DAT breaks the.NOM heart
    intended: `His heart is breaking.'
Example #25:

    (30)     Sie will        [dem     Jungen [VP den Kopf          streicheln]].
    she wants the.DAT boy                  the head       stroke
    lit.: `She wants to stroke datthe boy accthe head.'
Example #26:

    (41)     Dem      Sänger ist die Jacke zu eng.
    the.DAT singer is the jacket too tight
    reading B: `(It is objectively the case, or someone other than the singer finds
Example #27:

    (43)     Dem        Sänger ist die Jacke am Bauch zu eng.
    the.DAT    singer is the jacket at.the belly            too tight
    reading    B: `(It is objectively the case, or someone other than the singer fin
Example #28:

    (51)     Dann starb (ihm) auch seine Mutter.
    then    died him.DAT also his mother
    `Then his mother died (on him), too.'
Example #29:

    (i)        Der      Baum treibt Blätter.
    the      tree      drives leaves
    `The tree starts growing leaves.'
Example #30:

    (ii)         Der Platz          steht voller Menschen.
    the    square      stands full.of people
    `The square is full of people (standing there).'
Example #31:

    (iii)        Der Saal hallte wider vor                   Lärm.
    the    haal resonated         because.of noise
    `The hall resonated with noise.'
Example #32:

    (iv)         Paul wackelte mit         den Ohren.
    Paul wiggled with the             ears
    `Paul was wiggling his ears.'