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Dimitra Papangeli (2000). Pronominal doubling in Greek.

URL: http://www.sole.leidenuniv.nl/content_docs/Console2000pdfs/papangel.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3141&langcode=ell (2020-08-07).

 

Example #1:

    (1) Ton           idha      to Yani  hthes.
    CL-3SGM-ACC saw-1SG the-Yani-ACC yesterday
    `I saw Yani yesterday.'
Example #2:

    d. Tu Yani # tu                    ipa tin alithia.                          (Greek)
    the Yani-GEN CL-3SGM-GEN said-I the truth1
    `Yani, I told him the truth.'
Example #3:

    (4) a. Tu Yani        tu                eho milisi.
    the-Yani-GEN CL-3SG-M-GEN have-1SG talked
    `To Yani, I have talked.'
Example #4:

    b. Tu Yani        dhen tu              eho        milisi.
    the-Yani-gen neg cl-3sg-m-gen have-1sg talked
    `To Yani, I haven't talked.'
Example #5:

    c. Tu Yani          poles fores tu                eho            milisi.
    the-Yani-GEN many times CL-3SG-M-GEN have-1sg                talked
    `To Yani, I have talked to (him) many times.'
Example #6:

    (7) a. *Afto kani            ... na katalavun         ti      akoluthi.
    this makes/leads ... to understand-3PL what follows
    *`This makes/leads ... to understand what follows.'
Example #7:

    akoluthi.
    follows
    `This makes/leads the people to understand what follows.'
Example #8:

    c. Afto tus          kani        na     katalavun      ti      akoluthi.
    this CL-3PL-ACC makes/leads SUBJ understand-3PL what follows
    `This leads them to understand what follows.'
Example #9:

    (9) a. *I kali musiki simfilioni --- me ton eafto tus.
    the-good music reconciles --- with the-self- cl-3pl-m-gen
    *`Good music reconciles --- with themselves.'
Example #10:

    ton eafto tus.
    the-self- CL-3PL-M- GEN
    `Good music reconciles people with themselves.'
Example #11:

    c. I kali musiki tus            simfilioni me ton eafto tus.
    the-good-music CL-3PL-ACC reconciles with the-self-CL-3PL-GEN
    `Good music reconciles them with themselves.'
Example #12:

    (11) a. Afti i musiki kani       tus anthropus eftihismenus.
    this- the-music makes the-people-ACC happy-PL-M-ACC
    `This music renders/makes people happy.'
Example #13:

    (14) a. Ton idha      to              Yani.
    CL-3SG-M-ACC saw-1SG          the-Yani-ACC
    `I saw Yani.'
Example #14:

    (18) a. *O Yanis idhe         aftus       hthes        tus anthropus.
    the-Yanis saw-3SG them/these yesterday the-men
    `Yanis saw these men yesterday.'
Example #15:

    b. O Yanis idhe (hthes)        aftus       tus anthropus (hthes).
    the-Yanis saw (yesterday) them/these- the-men           (yesterday)
    `Yanis saw (yesterday) these men (yesterday).'
Example #16:

    O Yanis ton               idhe     afton ton andhra.
    the-Yanis cl-3sg-acc saw-3sg him/this-          the-man-acc
    `Yanis saw this man.'
Example #17:

    tu nisiu.
    the-island-GEN
    `Yanis saw you yesterday, the sailors of the island.'5
Example #18:

    (20) *Ton            katalava          ton andhra proedhro.
    CL-3SGM-ACC understood-1SG the-man-ACC president-ACC
    `I understood the man president.'
Example #19:

    (24) a. *Tu idha           to      Yani.                  Case
    CL-3SG-M-GEN       saw-1SG the-Yani-ACC
    `I saw Yani.'
Example #20:

    c. *Ton               idha ti Maria.              Gender
    CL-3SG-M-ACC saw-I the-Maria-ACC
    `I saw Maria.'
Example #21:

    d. Idha ton patera            tis Marias.
    saw-I the- father-ACC the-Maria-GEN
    `I saw Maria's father.'
Example #22:

    e. *Ton               idha        tus andhres.    Number
    CL-3SG-M-ACC saw-1SG the-men
    `I saw the men.'
Example #23:

    f. Idha     ton patera          ton koritsion.
    saw-1SG the- father-ACC the- girls-GEN
    `I saw the father of the girls.'
Example #24:

    g. *Se      idha        to Yani.                  Person
    CL-2SG saw-1SG the-Yani-ACC
    `I saw Yani.'
Example #25:

    h. Idha     ton patera          su.
    saw-1SG the- father-ACC your-GEN
    `I saw your father.'
Example #26:

    (25) Edhosa tu Yani / sto          Yani ta lefta.
    gave-1SG the-Yani / P-the- Yani the-money-ACC
    `I gave (to the) Yani the money.'
Example #27:

    (26) Tu          edhosa tu Yani       (*sto         Yani) ta lefta.
    CL-3SG-GEN gave-1SG the-Yani-GEN P-the-        Yani the-money-ACC
    `I gave Yani the money.'
Example #28:

    ti mana           tu.
    the-mother-ACC his
    `Yanis eats the pastitsio of his mother's.'
Example #29:

    to pastitsio.
    the-pastitsio-ACC
    `From his mother Yanis eats pastitsio.'