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PETER ACKEMA & AMELA ČAMDZIĆ (2003). LF complex predicate formation.

URL: http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/publications/WPL/03papers/ackema_camdzic.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3314&langcode=nld (2018-07-19).

 

Example #1:

    (9)   a. Gisteren heeft ze het derde pianoconcert van Beethoven gespeeld
    yesterday has she the third piano-concerto of Beethoven played
    `Yesterday she played Beethoven's third piano concerto'
Example #2:

    (18) a. dat Jan om die reden gedurende een tijdje het project hinderde
    that John for that reason during a while the project hampered
    `that it was for that reason that John hampered the project for a while'
Example #3:

    b. dat Jan gedurende een tijdje om die reden het project hinderde
    that John during a while for that reason the project hampered
    `that for a while John hampered the project for that reason'
Example #4:

    c. dat Jan het project hinderde gedurende een tijdje om die reden
    that John the project hampered during a while for that reason
    `as in (a)'
Example #5:

    d. dat Jan het project hinderde om die reden gedurende een tijdje
    that John the project hampered for that reason during a while
    `as in (b)'
Example #6:

    (19) dat Jan het project om die reden gedurende een tijdje heeft gehinderd
    that John the project for that reason during a while has hampered
    *`that for a while John has hampered the project for that reason'
Example #7:

    b. Marie houdt van ijs met slagroom.
    Mary holds of ice-cream with cream
    `Mary likes ice cream with cream.'
Example #8:

    b. Van ijs met slagroom houdt hij niet.
    of ice-cream with cream holds he not
    `He does not like ice cream with cream.'
Example #9:

    (35) a. Zo snel als mogelijk het boek teruggeven zal hij wel niet.
    as quickly as possible the book back-give will he well not
    `I don't suppose he will give back the book as quickly as possible.'
Example #10:

    b. Het boek teruggeven zal hij zo snel als mogelijk.
    the book back-give will he as quickly as possible
    `He will give the book back as quickly as possible.'
Example #11:

    (41) a. dat zij [PRO die liederen ti] leerde [te zingen]i
    that she those songs learned to sing
    `that she learned to sing those songs'
Example #12:

    b. dat zij ti leerde [PRO die liederen te zingen]i
    that she learned those songs to sing
    `idem'
Example #13:

    (51) a. DE HOND verzorgt JAN maar MARIE doet DE PLANTEN
    the dog takes-care-of John but Mary does the plants
    `JOHN takes care of THE DOG, but MARY takes care of THE PLANTS'
Example #14:

    (54) Marie luistert naar Bartk maar Piet luistert niet naar Messiaen.
    Mary listens to Bartok but Piet not to Messiaen
    `Mary listens to Bartk but Piet does not listen to Messiaen.'