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Cem Bozsahin (2008). Syntax, Semantics and Computation.

URL: http://www.ceng.metu.edu.tr/~bozsahin/ccg/729-reader-1up.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2488&langcode=isl (2019-03-18).


Example #1:

    (59) a. Stelpuna      vantar efni      ķ ritgeršina
    the-girl-ACC lacks material in the-paper
    `The girl lacks material for the paper.'
Example #2:

    b. Stelpan/*Stelpuna vonast til          aš vanta ekki efni ķ ritgeršina
    the-girl-NOM/*ACC hopes toward to lack not material in the-paper
    `the girl hopes to not lack material for the paper.'
Example #3:

    (73) a. Žeir     sjį stślkuna og finnst/*finnast hśn įlitleg
    Theynom see3pl the girl and finds3sg /*find3pl shenom attractive
    `They see the girl and find her attractive.'
Example #4:

    b. Žeim lķkar maturinn og borša/*boršar mikiš
    Themdat likes3sg the food and eat3pl /*eats3sg much
    `They like the food and eat lots.'
Example #5:

    (74) a. Jón        keypti og boršaši maturinn
    John-NOM bought and ate         the-food-ACC
    `John bought and ate the food.'
Example #6:

    b. Keypti og boršaši Jón           matinn?
    Bought and ate     John-NOM the-food-ACC
    `Did John buy and eat the food?'
Example #7:

    (75) a. Jón         lżsti     matnum         og Jon     boršaši matinn
    John-NOM described the-food-DAT and John-NOM ate        the-food-ACC
    `John described the food and John ate the food'
Example #8:

    b. *Jón        lżsti     og boršaši matinn
    John-NOM described and ate         the-food-ACC
    `John described and ate the food.'
Example #9:

    (53) a. Skipstjórinn      sökki skipinu.
    the-captain-NOM sank the-ship-DAT
    `The captain sank the ship.'
Example #10:

    b. Skipiš         sökki
    the-ship-NOM sank
    `The ship sank.'
Example #11:

    (54) Bįtana         hefur brotiš ķ spón.
    the-boats-ACC has broken in pieces
    `The boats have broken into pieces.'
Example #12:

    (81) a. Žiem       var hjįlpaš
    them(DAT) was helped
    `They were helped.'
Example #13:

    b. Hennar var saknaš
    her(GEN) was missed
    `She was missed.'