ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

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Herrn Ralf Vogel (1998). Polyvalent Verbs.

URL: http://dochost.rz.hu-berlin.de/dissertationen/vogel-ralf-1998-07-13/PDF/Vogel.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 310&langcode=deu (2020-08-04).

 

Example #1:

    f.    Mir rollte der Wagen weg                              dat;nom;particle
    me-dat rolled the trolley away
    `I had the trolley roll away on me'
Example #2:

    (1)       [Bohnen essen] macht Spass
    [beans eating] makes fun
    `eating beans is fun'
Example #3:

    (8)     Faulkner ist schwer zu verstehen
    Faulkner is hard to understand
    iii    Faulkner's articulation is hard to understand
Example #4:

    f.    Mir rollte der Wagen weg
    me-dat rolled the trolley away
    `I had the trolley roll away on me'
Example #5:

    b. Die Leute stellen            den Eingang             zu
    The people stand-cause the entrance                closed
    of the entrance to make it closed'
Example #6:

    (54)    Ein Patient ist uber den Jordan gegangen
    A patient is over the Jordan gone
    `A patient died'
Example #7:

    (55)    Dem Chirurgen ist ein Patient uber den Jordan gegangen
    the surgeon-dat is a patient over the Jordan gone
    `the surgeon had a patient die on him'
Example #8:

    (60)    Maria sah die Kinder          Bilder     malen
    M.-nom saw the children-acc pictures-acc paint
    `Maria saw the children paint pictures'
Example #9:

    (82)    a.   Das   Kind    schlug    den    Hund     auf    den Kopf
    the   child   hit       the    dog-acc on      the head
    The   child   hit the    dog   on its head
Example #10:

    b.   Das   Kind    schlug    dem     Hund     auf   den Kopf
    the   child   hit       the     dog-dat on     the head
    The   child   hit the    dog   on its head
Example #11:

    (114)         Maria hat den Hund        in den Garten  gelassen
    M.-nom has the dog-acc in the garden-acc let
    "Maria let the dog into the garden"
Example #12:

    (115)         a.    Dieses Buch ist zu lesen
    this book is to read
    "This book has to be read" or "This book can be read"
Example #13:

    b.    Maria ist spielen gewesen
    M.-nom has play(ing) been
    "Maria was out to play"
Example #14:

    (116)       das zu lesende              Buch
    the to read-part-pres-agr book
    "the book that has to be read"
Example #15:

    c.   Maria und    Peter trafen sich heimlich
    M.    and    P.    met self secretly
    (M. and P.   met secretly)
Example #16:

    e.   Maria und Peter schlugen sich
    M.    and P.     beat    self
    (M. and P. had a fight)