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Stefanie Dipper (2001). Implementing and Documenting Large-Scale Grammars -- German LFG.

URL: http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~dipper/papers/diss03.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2468&langcode=deu (2020-08-11).


Example #1:

    (1)     Sie kommt.
    she comes
    `She is coming.'
Example #2:

    (8)    Hans ist gekommen.
    H. is come
    `Hans came.'
Example #3:

    (9)    Hans kommt.
    H. comes
    `Hans is coming.'
Example #4:

    (13)    Folkloretanze und -lieder
    folk dances and songs
    `folk dances and (folk) songs'
Example #5:

    (17)   Jeder      glaubt, siegessicher, daß er gewinnt.
    everybody believes victory sure that he wins
    `Everybody, sure to win, believes that he wins.'
Example #6:

    (18)    Schwachstrominstallationsarbeiten
    weak power installation work[FEM,PL]
    `work for the installation of weak power'
Example #7:

    (19)    In der Regel kocht Hans.
    in the rule cooks H.
    `Usually, Hans cooks.'
Example #8:

    (22)         Ein Hund kommt.
    a dog comes
    `A dog is coming.'
Example #9:

    measure values PP2]
    `a request for measured values of the parents in the District Office'
Example #10:

    (29)         Hans und Maria lachen.
    H. and M.      laugh
    "Hans und Maria lachen."
Example #11:

    (34)                               Hans, Maria und Otto
    H.    M.    and O.
    `Hans, Maria, and Otto'
Example #12:

    (35)                        in Stuttgart, in Frankfurt und in Berlin
    in Stuttgart in Frankfurt and in Berlin
    `in Stuttgart, in Frankfurt, and in Berlin'
Example #13:

    (36)                        Kinder lachen.
    children laugh
    `Children are laughing.'
Example #14:

    (38)                                  Die Bank wird      geschlossen.
    the bank becomes closed
    `The bank is being closed.'
Example #15:

    (39)       Hans wartet auf Geld.
    H. waits on money
    `Hans is waiting for/on money.'
Example #16:

    (40)            Auf wen            glaubt Maria, daß Hans wartet?
    [on whom SPEC-CP] believes M.      that H. waits
    `Who does Maria believe Hans is waiting for?'
Example #17:

    (41)            daß Maria auf Otto hat warten wollen
    that [M. on O. has wait wanted VP]
    `that Maria wanted to wait for Otto'
Example #18:

    (43)    Hans bevorzugt warmen.
    H. prefers [DP warm]
    `(Maria likes cold tea,) Hans prefers warm one.'
Example #19:

    (44)                    ohne    zu warten
    without [VP to wait]
    `without waiting'
Example #20:

    (45)                 mit Maria
    with M.
    `with Maria'
Example #21:

    (46)                 mit Maria
    with M.
    `with Maria'
Example #22:

    (47)                   mit
Example #23:

    (52)             Karls      Frau
    [K. GEN] wife
    `Karl's wife'
Example #24:

    vieles                    Gegenwartige
    much[NEUT,SG,NOM/ACC] present
    `many aspects of these days'
Example #25:

    (68)      die     vielen    Menschen
    the[ST] many[WK] people
    `the numerous people'
Example #26:

    (75)    die      derzeitigen Regierungschefs
    the[ST] present[WK] government chiefs
    `the present heads of the government'
Example #27:

    (79)    manch          einem wissenschaftlichen Assistenten
    some[UNINFL] a[ST] research[WK]         assistant
    `some research assistant'
Example #28:

    (81)    die      beiden   jungen   Frauen
    the[ST] both[WK] young[WK] women
    `both of the young women'
Example #29:

    (82)    beide    genannten      Verfahren
    both[ST] mentioned[WK] methods
    `both methods mentioned'
Example #30:

    (90)    welche
    `which ones'
Example #31:

    (94)    Des                   freuet sich der Engel Schar. (Martin Luther, 1524)
    this[NEUT,SG,GEN] rejoices REFL the angels host
    `Over this the host of angels rejoices.'
Example #32:

    (95)     Ein          Kind kommt.
    a[UNINFL] child comes
    `A child is coming.'
Example #33:

    (97)     Eines               kommt.
    one[NEUT,SG,NOM] comes
    `One (child) is coming.'
Example #34:

    (98)    ihre Freunde und deren         Kinder
    her friends and these[GEN] children
    `her friends and their (= her friends') children'
Example #35:

    (99)    die Liste derer,      die       ¡  ¡
    the list these[GEN] who
    `the list of those who '
Example #36:

    (100)    Manch          Journalist arbeitet daran.
    some[UNINFL] journalist works there on
    `Some journalist is working on that.'
Example #37:

    (102)    Viel          Weizen ging kaputt.
    much[UNINFL] wheat went broken
    `Much wheat was destroyed.'
Example #38:

    (103)    Viel           ging kaputt.
    much[UNINFL] went broken
    `Much was destroyed.'
Example #39:

    ihre nassen Matratzen gegen trockene austauschen
    their wet matresses by        [dry DP] replace
    `to replace their wet matresses by dry ones'
Example #40:

    Sie wollten sich jetzt nur bessere      erzwingen.
    they wanted REFL now only [better DP] enforce
    `They only wanted to enforce better ones.'
Example #41:

    (117)    von jemand          Fremdes
    from someone[DAT] foreign[NOM]
    `from some foreigner'
Example #42:

    (119)    Karls      Flugzeuge
    [K. GEN] planes
    `Karl's planes'
Example #43:

    (122)     die Flugzeuge Karls
    the planes      [K. GEN]
    `Karl's planes'
Example #44:

    (123)     die Flugzeuge der Maria
    the planes    [the M. GEN]
    `Maria's planes'
Example #45:

    (124)     die Flugzeuge des Irak
    the planes      [the Iraq GEN]
    `Iraq's planes'
Example #46:

    (125)     meines Onkels    Wagen
    [my uncle GEN] car
    `my uncle's car'
Example #47:

    (127)     der Wagen meines Onkels       aus Berlin
    the car     [my uncle GEN] [from Berlin PP]
    `the car of my uncle from Berlin'
Example #48:

    (129)    meines Onkels      wegen
    [my uncle GEN] because
    `because of my uncle'
Example #49:

    (131)    wegen meines Onkels        aus Berlin
    because [my uncle GEN] [from Berlin PP]
    `because of my uncle from Berlin'
Example #50:

    `for the sake of the debate among agricultural experts'
Example #51:

    um der Gesundheit der 8000 Einwohner                 willen
    for [the health GEN] [the 8000 inhabitants GEN] sake
    `for the sake of the health of the 8000 inhabitants'
Example #52:

    der einseitigen Ausrichtung       der Produktionen        wegen
    [the one-sided orientation GEN] [the productions GEN] because
    `because of the one-sided orientation of the productions'
Example #53:

    (135)    Karls      Flugzeuge
    [K. GEN] planes
    `Karl's planes'
Example #54:

    (137)    das Verb des Satzes
    the verb [the sentence GEN]
    `the sentence's verb'
Example #55:

    (139) (*) der Pelzmantel Tante Emmas
    the fur coat [aunt E. FEM,GEN]
    `aunt Emma's fur coat'
Example #56:

    (140)    Omas             Katze
    [granny FEM,GEN] cat
    `granny's cat'
Example #57:

    (141)    Tante Emmas        Pelzmantel
    [aunt E. FEM,GEN] fur coat
    `aunt Emma's fur coat'
Example #58:

    (144)         das     kleine    Kind
    the[ST] small[WK] child
    "das kleine Kind"
Example #59:

    (145)                  ein       kleines   Kind
    a[UNINFL] small[ST] child
    "ein kleines Kind"
Example #60:

    (151)    bis zum vollendeten 25. Lebensjahr
    up to the finished     25th life year
    `before attaining the age of 25'
Example #61:

    (155)     dessen     Frau
    this[GEN] wife
    `his wife'
Example #62:

    (156)     Karl Maiers Frau
    [K. M. GEN] wife
    `Karl Maier's wife'
Example #63:

    (157)    das Auto Karls
    the car [K. ADJ-GEN]
    `Karl's car'
Example #64:

    (159)          Karls         Frau
    [K. SPEC-DP] wife
    `Karl's wife'
Example #65:

    (167)   welche    beiden   Leute
    which[ST] both[WK] people
    `which two people'
Example #66:

    (179)        alle    diese     Fragen
    all[ST] these[ST] questions
    "alle diese Fragen"
Example #67:

    (180)        ein        mancher Freund
    a[UNINFL] some[ST] friend
    `some friend'
Example #68:

    (181)        manch         einem Freund
    some[UNINFL] a[ST] friend
    `some friend'
Example #69:

    (184)                Karls Frau
    K.     woman
    `Karl's wife'
Example #70:

    (193)                Karls          eines      Fahrrad
    [K. SPEC-DP] [one Aquant] bicycle
    `Karl's one bicycle'
Example #71:

    (202)    Karls     Frau
    K.[GEN] wife
    `Karl's wife'
Example #72:

    (208)                  Professor Karl Maiers         Frau
    [professor K. M. SPEC-DP] wife
    `Professor Karl Maier's wife'
Example #73:

    (212)     die Gedichte Goethes
    the poems G.[GEN]
    `Goethe's poems'
Example #74:

    (213)     die Gedichte des      jungen Goethe
    the poems the[GEN] young G.[UNINFL]
    `the poems of the young Goethe'
Example #75:

    (217)          der Verkauf Alaskas
    the sale     A.[GEN]
    `the selling of Alaska'
Example #76:

    (218)          Alaskas Verkauf
    A.[GEN] sale
    `the selling of Alaska'
Example #77:

    (219)                    des       Karl
    the[GEN] K.[UNINFL]
    `of Karl'
Example #78:

    (220)                    blauer       BMWs
    blue[PL,GEN] BMW[PL]
    `of blue BMWs'
Example #79:

    (222)          das Auto des     Karl
    the car the[GEN] K.[UNINFL]
    `Karl's car'
Example #80:

    (223) (*) das Auto des     Karls
    the car the[GEN] K.[GEN]
    `Karl's car'
Example #81:

    (234)         dieses
Example #82:

    (235)         Hans weiß allerlei.
    H. knows [various OBJ]
    `Hans knows various things.'
Example #83:

    (236) * Hans hilft allerlei.
    H. helps [various *OBJ2]
    `(intended meaning: Hans helps various people.)'
Example #84:

    (237) (?) Hans geht allerlei        auf den Grund.
    H. goes [various OBJ2] on the bottom
    `Hans gets to the bottom of various things.'
Example #85:

    (240)    manch          ein     Assistent
    some[UNINFL] a[UNINFL] assistant
    `some assistant'
Example #86:

    (244)     dieses      Jahres
    this[GEN] year
    `of this year'
Example #87:

    (245)     diesen      Jahres
    this[GEN] year
    `of this year'
Example #88:

    (246)     manchen     Jahres
    some[GEN] year
    `of some year'
Example #89:

    (247)     welchen      Jahres
    which[GEN] year
    `of which year'
Example #90:

    (251)     zum         normalen  Leben
    to the[ST] normal[WK] life
    `to normal life'
Example #91:

    anderer hessischen       Jugendzentren
    other[ST] Hessian[WK] youth centres
    `of other Hessian youth centres'
Example #92:

    (263)   ein         solcher netter  Empfang
    a[UNINFL] such[ST] nice[ST] welcome
    `such a nice welcome'
Example #93:

    (265)                      welch         einem Unsinn
    what[UNINFL] a[ST] nonsense
    `what nonsense'
Example #94:

    (267)                      was fur¨          ein       netter Empfang
    [what for UNINFL] a[UNINFL] nice[ST] welcome
    `what a nice welcome'
Example #95:

    (269)    alle    beide
    all[ST] both[ST]
Example #96:

    (270)    all dessen
    all this[GEN]
    `that all'
Example #97:

    (271)        welch         einem Unsinn
    what[UNINFL] a[ST] nonsense
    `what nonsense'
Example #98:

    (272)       manch        einer
    some[UNINFL] one[ST]
Example #99:

    (274) (?) einige   wenige jungen     Leute
    some[ST] few[ST] young[WK] people
    `some few young people'
Example #100:

    (275)           die     beiden     Kinder
    the[ST] both[WK] children
    `the two children'
Example #101:

    (276)    welche    beiden     Kinder
    which[ST] both[WK] children
    `which two children'
Example #102:

    (277)    all         die     vielen   Leute
    all[UNINFL] the[ST] many[WK] people
    `all the numerous people '
Example #103:

    ihre      meisten    Nachbarn
    their[ST] most[WK] neighbours
    `most of their neighbours'
Example #104:

    (280)                eines jeden       Freundes
    a[ST] each[WK] friend
    `of every friend'
Example #105:

    (283)            einige   wenige andere     Kinder
    some[ST] few[ST] other[ST] children
    `some few other children'
Example #106:

    (288)                So wenig Menschen kamen, daß Hans ging.
    so few people came that H. went
    `The number of people who came was so low that Hans left.'
Example #107:

    (289)   all derer
    all these
    `these all'
Example #108:

    (290)     manch        einer
    some[UNINFL] one[ST]
Example #109:

    (299)           ein rotes
    a red
    `a red one'
Example #110:

    (300)           ein mancher Freund
    a some       friend
    `some friend'
Example #111:

    (301)           ein mancher
    a some