ODIN

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Primus, Beatrice (2002). Proto-Roles and Case Selection in Optimality Theory.

URL: http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/sfb282/working_papers/SFB%20122.pdf

(Last accessed ).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3031&langcode=deu (2019-06-18).

 

Example #1:

    (2) a.     Ich        staune.
    1s:NOM be.astonished:PRS:1s
    `I am astonished.'
Example #2:

    b.   Ich        m ag       ihn.
    1s:NOM like:1s:PRS 3s:ACC
    `I like him.'
Example #3:

    c.   Ich        wünsche         ihm                    den Erfolg.
    1s:NOM wish:1s:PRS         3s:DAT                 the success:ACC
    `I wish him success.'
Example #4:

    (3) a.     Ich      friere.
    1s:NOM be.cold:PRS:1s
    `I am cold.'
Example #5:

    b.   Mich     friert.
    1s:ACC be.cold:PRS:3s
    `I am cold.'
Example #6:

    c.   Mich     dünkt,                            dass (...)
    1s:ACC seem/think:3s:PRS                   Comp
    `It seems to me, I think, that...'
Example #7:

    d.   Mir      dünkt,                            dass (...)
    1s:DAT seem/think:3s:PRS                   COMP
    `It seems to me, I think that...'
Example #8:

    ich        traue                dir
    1s:NOM trust:1s:PRS             2s:DAT
    `I trust you.'
Example #9:

    ich     gedenke                           seiner
    1s:NOM commemorate:1s:PRS                 3s:GEN
    `I commemorate him.'
Example #10:

    sie      denkt,       dass sie                 noch Zeit hat
    3s:NOM think:3s:PRS that 3s:NOM                still time have:3s:PRS
    `She thinks that she still has time.'
Example #11:

    ich        erhoffe        mir   einen schönen Urlaub
    1s:NOM hope:1s:PRS 1s:Refl.:DAT a nice vacation:ACC
    `I hope for a nice vacation.'
Example #12:

    ich       vergnüge          mich              im Kino
    1s:NOM amuse:1s:PRS         1s:REFL           in the cinema
    `I amuse myself in the cinema.'
Example #13:

    (13) a.      Ich      fange                mich
    1s:NOM catch:1s:PRS           REFL
    `I recover my poise.'
Example #14:

    b.    Ich       fange               den Hund
    1s:NOM catch:1s:PRS           the dog:ACC
    `I catch the dog.'
Example #15:

    c.    Ich      ärgere               mich (über den Hund)
    1s:NOM be.angry:1s:PRS        REFL over the dog:ACC
    `I am angry (at the dog).'
Example #16:

    d.    Ich      ärgere                       den Hund
    1s:NOM make.angry:1s:PRS              the dog:ACC
    `I make the dog angry.'
Example #17:

    er       begeistert           mich
    3s:NOM inspire:3s:PRS         1s:A   CC
    `He inspires me.'
Example #18:

    sie      gefällt              m ir
    3s:NOM appeal:3s:PRS          1s:DAT
    `She appeals to me.'
Example #19:

    m ir       ermangelt (es)    der Ruhe
    1s:DAT lack:3s:PRS (it):EXPL the calmness:GEN
    `I lack calmness.'
Example #20:

    m ir      graut                (es)       vor      morgen
    1s:DAT be.afraid:3sPRS         (it):EXPL PREP tomorrow
    `I am afraid of tomorrow.    '
Example #21:

    ihn      dünkt,             dass dies förderlich wäre
    3s:ACC seem:3s:PRS that this:NOM conducive be:3s:KONJ2
    `It seems to him that this would be conducive.'
Example #22:

    m ir      schwant,          dass das so                  nicht gehen wird
    1s:DAT suspect:PRS:3s       that this that way           not work:FUT:3s
    `I suspect that this won't work that way.'
Example #23:

    das          Wetter       trübt                    meine Stimmung
    DET:NOM weather:NOM spoil:3s:PRS                   1s:POSS mood:ACC
    `The weather spoils my mood.'
Example #24:

    (21) a.     Er        schenkt   mir              Gehör.
    3s:NOM give:3s:PRS 1s:DAT            ears:A   CC
    `He listens to me.'
Example #25:

    b.   Er        fällt    mir               ins Auge.
    3s:NOM fall:3s:PRS 1s:DAT            into.the eye
    `I see him.'
Example #26:

    c.   Er       macht     mir               Angst.
    3s:NOM make:3s:PRS 1s:DAT            fear:A   CC
    `He frightens me.'
Example #27:

    Ich       gönne                  dir                den Erfolg.
    1s:NOM not-begrudge:1s:PRS       2s:DAT             the success:ACC
    `I don't begrudge you your success.'
Example #28:

    b.   Ich       wünsche           dir            viel Glück.
    1s:NOM wish:1s:PRS          2s:DAT         much luck:A    CC
    `I wish you good luck.'
Example #29:

    (23) a.     Ich glühe       vor Verlangen
    1s glow:1s:Prs from desire
    `I feel passionate.'
Example #30:

    b.   Die Wut         packt      mich
    the anger:NOM seize:3s:Prs 1s:A   CC
    `I am furious.'
Example #31:

    c.   Verlangen        steigt     in mir         a uf
    desire           climbs     in me          up
    `I begin to feel desire.'
Example #32:

    (26)        Hans       wurde     von der Nachricht beeindruckt/beunruhigt/getröstet/genervt
    Hans:NOM AUX:PASS by the news          impress/worry/console/annoy:3s:PAST
    `Hans was impressed/worried/consoled/annoyed by the news.'
Example #33:

    (31) a.        Der Artikel          beeindruckt         mich     durch seinen guten Stil
    DET article:NOM impress:3s:PRS 1s:ACC             by means of its good style
    `The article impresses me by means of its good style.'
Example #34:

    (63)               Der Affe                schlägt     den Zoologen.
    the monkey:NOM           hit:3s:PRS the zoologist:ACC
    `The monkey hits the zoologist.'
Example #35:

    (69) a.     mich     hungert
    1s:ACC be.hungry:3s:PRS
    `I am hungry.'
Example #36:

    ich       drehe                gleich                  durch.
    1s:NOM spin:1s:PRS             in a moment             PFX
    `I am at panic stations.'
Example #37:

    die      Räder                 drehen                  durch
    DET      wheel:Pl:NOM          spin:3p:PRS             PFX
    `The wheels spin.'
Example #38:

    (76) a.     ich      bin schlecht      (in     Mathe).
    1s:NOM COP bad             in      mathematics
    `I am bad at mathematics.'
Example #39:

    b.   Mir        ist schlecht.
    1s:DAT COP bad
    `I feel sick.'
Example #40:

    (77)        Die Konferenz        ist  mir wichtig.
    the conference:NOM COP 1s:DAT        important
    `The conference is important to me.'
Example #41:

    (78) a.     Ich      bin wichtig        (für die Mannschaft.)
    1s: NOM COP important for the team
    `I am important (for the team).'
Example #42:

    (79) a.     Der Schuh             ist   (*mir)        groß.
    the shoe:NOM          Cop (1s:Dat)        large
    `The shoe is large (*for me).'
Example #43:

    (81) a.     Der Morgen         dämmerte                     langsam.
    the morning:NOM dawn:3s:Past                    slowly
    `Dawn was breaking slowly.'
Example #44:

    (82) a.     Es       dämmerte                langsam.
    Expl     dawn:3s:Past            slowly
    `It dawned slowly.'
Example #45:

    b.   * Der Morgen        dämmerte                    mir.
    the morning:NOM dawn:3s:Past                  1s:DAT
    `Dawn was breaking for me.'
Example #46:

    (83)        Ich      wasche           (ihr)         die Haare
    1s       wash             (3s:DAT)      the hair:A   CC
    `I wash her hair.'
Example #47:

    (90)      der geist der kaufmannschaft     sinnt        auf den erwerb der reichtümer
    the mind:NOM of:the merchants muse:3s:PRS on the accumulation:ACC of wealth
    `The mind of the merchants is directed to the accumulation of wealths.'
Example #48:

    b.    sêlig    sit    ir,  wan ûch            di lûte (...)      werden     hazzin
    blessed are you when 2p:ACC             the men:NOM        AUX        hate:3p:FUT
    `Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you.'
Example #49:

    (94)        die vögel        schrecken
    the birds:ACC rouse:INF
    `to rouse birds'                          (Kramer, dt-ital. dict. 2 , DWb (IX, c
Example #50:

    und        schrecke     mich          der Sorge          nicht entgegen
    and scare:IMP           1s:ACC        the sorrow:DAT not toward
    `Do not warn me of evil and do not scare me towards sorrow.'
Example #51:

    (96) a.     schüttert      er          des berges wipfel
    shake:3s:PRS 3s:NOM        the mountain:GEN top:ACC
    `He shakes the top of the mountain.'         (Goethe 2, 28, DWb (IX, col. 2116))
Example #52:

    b.   viel seufzer von sich       geben und schüttern           ihre       brust
    many sighs from REFL        give and shake:3p:PRS         3s:POSS    breast:ACC
    `Many sighs she utters and (sighs) shake her breast.'
Example #53:

    c.   den busen des verehrers schüttert          das gewaltge nahen
    the breast the beau:GEN shake:3s:PRS       the mighty approachment:NOM
    `The mighty approachment shakes the breast of the devotee.'
Example #54:

    (97)        Der Aufprall        erschütterte               die Erde
    The impact:NOM      shake:3s:PAST              the earth:A    CC
    'The impact rocked the earth.'
Example #55:

    (99)        Das     leuchtet            (mir)              ein.
    this    shine:3s:PRS        1s:DAT             in
    `This makes sense (to me).'