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Juan Carlos Castillo (2001). THEMATIC RELATIONS BETWEEN NOUNS.

URL: http://www.uni.edu/~castillo/diss/castillo.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3329&langcode=spa (2020-08-10).

 

Example #1:

    [Juan] le levant?[la mano] [a María]
    J     cl lifted   the hand  to M
    'Juan lifted Maria's hand'
Example #2:

    (3)   Juan le bebi?la cerveza a María
    J    cl drank the beer    to M
    'Juan drank María's beer'
Example #3:

    b. El niño est?con hambre.
    the boy is   with hunger
    'The boy is hungry.'
Example #4:

    (32) a. Los barrios       pobres de la ciudad.
    the neighborhoods poor   of the city
    'The city's poor neighborhoods.'
Example #5:

    b. Sus barrios       pobres.
    its neighborhoods poor
    'Its (the city's) poor neighborhoods.'
Example #6:

    (33) a. Una ciudad de barrios       pobres.
    a   city   of neighborhoods poor
    'A city of poor neighborhoods.'
Example #7:

    b. *Su ciudad
    its city
    'Its (the poor neighborhoods') city.'
Example #8:

    (40) a. Los barrios       de la ciudad son pobres.
    the neighborhoods of the city   are poor
    'The city's neighborhoods are poor.'
Example #9:

    b. Sus barrios       son pobres.
    its neighborhoods are poor
    'Its (the city's) neighborhoods are poor.'
Example #10:

    (42) Una ciudad de barrios       es siempre pobre.
    a   city   of neighborhoods is always poor
    'A city of neighborhoods is always poor.'
Example #11:

    beberlas/*?la.
    drink-them/*it
    them.'
Example #12:

    romperlas/*la.
    break-them/*it
    them.'
Example #13:

    (16) a. [De qué]i bebiste   una botella ti
    of what drank-you a    bottle
    'What did you drink a bottle of?'
Example #14:

    b. *[De qué]i rompiste una botella ti
    of what broke-you a    bottle
    'What did you break a bottle of?'
Example #15:

    (17) a. ?[Cuántas botellas]i bebiste ti de cerveza
    how-many bottles    drank-you of beer
    'How many bottles did you drink of beer?'
Example #16:

    b. *[Cuántas botellas]i rompiste ti de cerveza
    how-many bottles    broke-you   of beer
    'How many bottles did you break of beer?'
Example #17:

    (18) Éstos son los vasos   de los que romp?   una caja.
    these are the glasses of the that broke-I a    box
    'These are the glasses that I broke a box of.'
Example #18:

    b. Beb?   dos cervezas de botella.
    drank-I two beers    of bottle
    'I drank two bottles of beer.'
Example #19:

    bebiste   una botella ti
    drank-you a   bottle
    bottle of?'
Example #20:

    beber       ti de cerveza
    to-drink       of beer
    of beer?'
Example #21:

    (36) Bebo    cerveza de botella.
    drink-I beer    of bottle
    'I drink bottled beer.'
Example #22:

    (41) *Romp?  una cerveza de botella.
    broke-I a   beer    of bottle
    '(lit.) I broke a bottled beer.'
Example #23:

    (43) a. Beb?   dos vasos   de cerveza de botella.
    drank-I two glasses of beer    of bottle
    'I drank two glasses of bottled beer.'
Example #24:

    (46) a. Romp?  dos cajas   de botellas de cerveza.
    broke-I two glasses of bottles of beer
    'I broke two boxes of beer bottles.'
Example #25:

    (52) a. Lisa est?leyendo un libro de sintaxis.
    L    is   reading a book of syntax
    'Lisa is reading a book about syntax.'
Example #26:

    sintaxis.
    syntax
    'The Principal is burning a book about syntax.'
Example #27:

    (56) a. De qu?est?leyendo un libro Lisa
    of what is   reading a book L
    'What is Lisa reading a book about?'
Example #28:

    b. *De qu?est?quemando un libro el director
    of what is   burning a book the principal
    'What is the Principal burning a book about?'
Example #29:

    (8) En España hay       mucho torero.
    in Spain there.is much bullfighter
    'In Spain there are a lot of bullfighters.'
Example #30:

    (2) a. On        lui   a      cass?  le  bras
    Impers him has broken the arm
    'They broke his arm.'
Example #31:

    b. *On       lui   a     cass?  la    vaiselle
    Impers him has broken the dishes
    'They broke his dishes.'
Example #32:

    b. Juan levant?la mano.
    J    lifted the hand
    'Juan raised his hand.'
Example #33:

    (4) a. Juan se    levant?la mano.
    J    cl-R lifted the hand
    'Juan lifted Maria's hand'
Example #34:

    b. Juan le   levant?la mano a María.
    J    cl-D lifted the hand to M
    'Juan lifted Maria's hand'
Example #35:

    (5) Juan se    levant?la mano a s?mismo.
    J    cl-R lifted the hand to himself
    'Juan lifted his own hand.'
Example #36:

    (6) a. Juan le    dio un libro a María.
    J    cl-D gave a book to M
    'Juan gave a book to Mary.'
Example #37:

    b. Juan le   vio las piernas a María.
    J    cl-D saw the legs    to M
    'Juan saw Mary's legs.'
Example #38:

    c. Juan la   vio a ella.
    J    cl-A saw to her
    'Juan saw her.'
Example #39:

    d. Juan le   vio a ella.
    J    cl-D saw to her
    'Juan saw her.'
Example #40:

    b. Pedro el idiota
    P     the idiot
    'Pedro the idiot.'
Example #41:

    (12) Juan la   vio a ella.
    J    cl-A saw to her
    'Juan saw her.'
Example #42:

    (14) Juan le   vio a ella.
    J    cl-D saw to her
    'Juan saw her.'
Example #43:

    (17) Juan le   vio las piernas a María.
    J    cl-D saw the legs    to M
    'Juan saw Mary's legs.'
Example #44:

    (i) Yo la   toqu?a esa sonata.
    I cl-A played to that sonata
    `I played that sonata.'
Example #45:

    (19) a. Juan se   levant?
    J    cl-R lifted
    'Juan rose.'
Example #46:

    b. Juan levant?la mano.
    J    lifted the hand
    'Juan raised his hand.'5
Example #47:

    (22) a. Juan mostr?los dientes.
    J    showed the teeth
    'Juan showed his teeth.'
Example #48:

    b. Juan levant?una mano.
    J.   lifted a    hand
    'Juan raised his hand.'
Example #49:

    levantaran la mano, Juan la levant?
    lifted      the hand J    it lifted
    their hand, Juan raised it.'
Example #50:

    (24) No los había.
    not them there-were
    'There weren't any.'
Example #51:

    (i) Se   habla varias lenguas     en este país.
    cl-R speaks several languages in this country
    'Several languages are spoken in this country.'
Example #52:

    b. Juan gir?  la cabeza.
    J.   turned the head
    'Juan turned his head.'
Example #53:

    b. Sharon cruz?  las piernas.
    S.     crossed the legs
    'Sharon crossed her legs.'
Example #54:

    d.   Le mataron     un hijo a Juan en la guerra.
    cl killed-they a son to Juan in the war
    'A son of Juan was killed in the war.'
Example #55:

    de Juan
    of J
    `Juan's son has had a kidney removed.'
Example #56:

    a Juan.
    to J
    `Juan had a finger removed from his hand.'
Example #57:

    de Juan.
    of J
    `A finger was removed from Juan's hand.'
Example #58:

    al      coche.
    to-the car
    `I removed the sparkplugs from the car's engine.'
Example #59:

    del     coche.
    of-the car
    `I removed the sparkplugs from the car's engine.'
Example #60:

    (65) Le   he     quitado las bujías     al     coche.
    cl-D have-I removed the sparkplugs to-the car
    'I have removed the sparkplugs from the car.'
Example #61:

    al      tocador.
    to-the dresser
    `I have removed a handle from the dresser's drawer.'
Example #62:

    (76) a. Le   he     robado el boli a Juan.
    cl-D have-I stolen the pen to J
    `I have stolen Juan's pen.'
Example #63:

    b. Me   están    arreglando el coche.
    Me-D are-they repairing the car
    `They are repairing my car.'
Example #64:

    b. Le   he     quitado una pata a la silla de Juan
    cl-D have-I removed a   leg to the chair of J
    `I have removed a leg from Juan's chair.'
Example #65:

    (21) Le   he     tirado la casa a María.
    cl-D have-I thrown the house to M.
    'I have destroyed the house for Mary.'
Example #66:

    (41) Juan le    vio las piernas a María.
    J     cl-D saw the legs    to M
    'Juan saw Mary's legs.'
Example #67:

    (43) Juan le   hizo comprar el libro a María.
    J    cl-D made buy     the book to M
    `Juan made María buy the book.'
Example #68:

    (46) Le   he     enviado la carta a María.
    cl-D have-I sent    the letter to M
    `I have put María's letter in the mail.'
Example #69:

    (47) #Le    he       enviado la carta a María a Juan.
    cl-D have-I    sent    the letter to M      to J
    *'I have sent    María's letter to Juan.'