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Jeffrey Lidz (2001). Condition R.

URL: http://babel.ling.northwestern.edu/~lidz/condrfinal.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3212&langcode=nld (2018-01-18).

 

Example #1:

    (2)    a.      *Max haat zich
    Max hates self
    'Max hates himself'
Example #2:

    b.      Max haat zichzelf
    Max hates selfself
    'Max hates himself'
Example #3:

    c.      Max hoorde mij over zich praten
    Max heard me about self talk
    'Max heard me talk about him'
Example #4:

    d.      *Max hoorde mij over zichzelf praten
    Max heard me about selfself talk
    'Max heard me talk about him'
Example #5:

    (6)     a.   * Max haat zich
    Max hates self
    'Max hates himself'
Example #6:

    b.         Max wast zich
    Max washes self
    'Max washes himself'
Example #7:

    (9)     a.      Ringo scheert zich
    Ringo shaves self
    `Ringo shaves himself'
Example #8:

    b.      Ringo scheert zichzelf
    Ringo shaves self-self
    `Ringo shaves himself'
Example #9:

    (14)   a.      Ze zag zich in een griezelige hoek staan
    she saw self in a   creepy     corner stand
    'She saw herself (=reflection, *statue) standing in a creepy corner'
Example #10:

    b.      Ze zag zichzelf in een griezelige hoek staan
    she saw selfself in a   creepy     corner stand
    'She saw herself (=reflection or statue) standing in a creepy corner'
Example #11:

    (15)   Reagan zag de man op zich schieten
    Reagan saw the man at self shoot
    `Reagan saw the man shoot at him."
Example #12:

    (18)   a.   * Max haat zich
    Max hates self
    `Max hates himself'
Example #13:

    b.      Max scheert zich
    Max shaves self
    `Max shaves himself'
Example #14:

    c.      Max scheert zichzelf
    Max shaves self-self
    `Max shaves himself'
Example #15:

    (24)   a.      Zij verdedigde zich beter dan Peter
    she defended self better than Peter
    *'She defended herself better than Peter defended her'
Example #16:

    b.      Zij verdedigde zichzelf beter dan Peter
    she defended selfself better than Peter
    'She defended herself better than Peter defended her'
Example #17:

    (i)     * voor zich liet Jan Piet werken
    for self let Jan Piet work
    'For self, Jan let Piet work' (self=Jan)
Example #18:

    (ii)    a.        zij liet mij een huis   voor zich bouwen
    she let me a house for self build
    `She let me build a house for her.'
Example #19:

    b.      * Zij liet mij voor zich een huis bouwen
    She let me for self a house build
    'She let me build a house for her
Example #20:

    (iii)   a.        zij liet mij een huis   voor haar bouwen
    she let me a house for her build
    `She let me build a house for her.'
Example #21:

    b.        Zij liet mij voor haar een huis   bouwen
    She let me for her a      house build
    'She let me build a house for her