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URL: http://www.ub.uni-konstanz.de/kops/volltexte/2005/1584/pdf/ap_118_troncamento.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2739&langcode=ita (2020-08-08).


Example #1:

    b.   [Ho                  [mangiato]W]P1            [dei                 [pasticcini]W]P2
    have.1SG             eaten                     of.the               pastries
    `I ate some pastries.'
Example #2:

    b.     *[[poter             fre]W]P
    can.INF              do.INF
    `be able to do'
Example #3:

    (17) ...    non tanto         per DOVER          farlo          come      per VOLER            farlo ...
    ...    not so. much to      must.INF        do.INF.it      as        to   want.INF        do.INF.it
    `... not so much for HAVING to do it, but for WANTING to do it ...'
Example #4:

    (18) a.   Sembra              di         non            voler_            ma i          ascoltare.
    seem.3SG            to         not            want              ever          listen
    `He/she seems never to want to listen.'
Example #5:

    b.   Sembra         di           [[voler_]W            [dir e]W]P1               [[qualcosa]W]P2
    seem.3SG       to           want.INF              say.INF                   something
    `He/she seems to want to say something.'
Example #6:

    b.   Non            poteva                         venir_                 con             noi.
    not            can.PAST.3SG                   come.INF               with            us
    `He/she could not come with us.'
Example #7:

    c.   [Non           [poteva]W       [venir_]W                   con       [noi]W]P1
    not            can.PAST.3SG    come.INF                 with         us
    `He/she could not come with us.'
Example #8:

    b.   La        miglior_         scelta                     andare            in       centro.
    the       best           choice              is        go.INF            in       center
    `The best choice is to go to the center.'
Example #9:

    b.   *La       scelta         miglior_                     andare            in       centro.
    the       choice         best                is        go.INF            in       center
    `The best choice is to go to the center.'
Example #10:

    b.   la             [[distruzione]N           [della         citt]PP]NP
    the            destruction               of-the         city
    `the destruction of the city'
Example #11:

    b.   il               [[controllo]N               [dei           passaporti]PP]NP
    the              control                     of-the         passports
    `the control of the passports'
Example #12:

    c.   il               [[controllo]N               [passaporti]N]NP
    the              control                     passports
    `the passport control'
Example #13:

    (53) a.   il               [[cane]N             [poliziotto]N]   NP
    the              dog                  police
    `the police dog'
Example #14:

    b.   gli              uomini               rana
    the              men                  frog
    `the frogmen'
Example #15:

    b.   la        via               Cavour
    the       street            Cavour
    `the Cavour Street'
Example #16:

    b.   il          signor_            generale
    the         mister             general
Example #17:

    (61) a.   Vuole                      un         {bicchier_+bicchiere}             di        vino?
    want.2SG                   a          glass                             of        wine
    `Do you want a glass of wine?'
Example #18:

    b.   Sul            {mar_+mare}            azzurro si                        vedono           le    isole.
    on-the         sea                    blue       3SG.CL.REFL            see.3PL          the isla nds
    `On the blue sea one sees the islands.'
Example #19:

    (62) a. *Questo           color_              non                 mi             piace .
    this            colour              non                 me.CL          please.3SG
    `This color does not please me'
Example #20:

    (63) a.   *Maria          ne            ha          dato          un         bicchier_          a    Paolo.
    Maria           of-it         has         given         a          glass              to   Paolo
    `Maria has given a glass of it to Paolo'
Example #21:

    b.   *Non      ho            ancora      mostrato            il   nuovo     color_         a    Maria.
    not       I-ha ve       yet         shown               the new        color          to   Maria
    `I have not yet shown the new color to Maria.'
Example #22:

    c.   *Maria                       andata             al          mar_              con         Paolo.
    Maria           is            gone               to-the      sea               with        Paolo
    `Maria has gone to the sea with Paolo'
Example #23:

    c.             [di                [color_]W                [rosso]W]P1
    it-is      of                 color                    red
    `It is of red color.'
Example #24:

    c.   *[Questo                 [color_]W               non             mi                  [piace]W]P1
    this                     color                  not              me                  please.3SG
    `This color does not please me.'