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Monika Rathert (2003). Chapter 0.

URL: http://vivaldi.sfs.nphil.uni-tuebingen.de/~monika/publikationen/downloads/Buecher/Diss/1.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3009&langcode=deu (2019-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    (3)   Hans ist gerannt
    Hans is run
    'Hans ran'
Example #2:

    (4)   Charly ist drei Wochen lang gerannt
    Charly is three weeks long run
    'Charly ran for three weeks'
Example #3:

    (5)   Charly ist bis gestern       gerannt
    Charly is until yesterday run
    'Charly ran until yesterday'
Example #4:

    (6)   Charly ist seit gestern       gerannt
    Charly is seit yesterday run
    'Charly has run since yesterday'
Example #5:

    SPIEGEL-Korrespondent Jens Glüsing, 40, hat sich           vor Ort  umgesehen
    SPIEGEL-correspondent Jens Glüsing, 40, has himself before location looked
    `SPIEGEL-correspondent Jens Glüsing, 40, made an on-site trip'
Example #6:

    Der Schwarzwald [...] hat schon immer die Menschen in seinen                           Bann gezogen
    the Black-Forest        has already always the people    in his                        spell drawn
    'the Black Forest ever since cast his spell over people'
Example #7:

    Er hat (schon)       gegessen
    he has already eaten
    'he has already eaten'
Example #8:

    Er aß (schon)
    he ate already
    'he was already eating'
Example #9:

    Er hat eben getrunken, und das geht jetzt noch weiter
    he has just drunken and this goes now still on
    'he has drunken before, and he is still drinking'
Example #10:

    Er hat eben getrunken, und das wars
    he has just drunken and this was-it
    'he has drunken before, and this was it'
Example #11:

    Er trank eben, und das geht jetzt noch weiter
    he drank just and this goes now still on
    'he drank before, and he is still drinking'
Example #12:

    Er trank eben, und das wars
    he drank just and this was-it
    'he drank before, and this was it'
Example #13:

    (xviii)   Kleve ist zu einer Klinkerstadt geworden (Ehrich (1992, p.90 f.)
    Kleve is to a      brick-town   become
    'Kleve has become a brick-town'
Example #14:

    den 80ern      hat   man neue Impulse         gesetzt in Richtung    Hochhaus
    the 80ies      has   one new impulses         set     in direction   skyscrapers
    things with skyscrapers'