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Mark de Vries (2006). The Syntax of Appositive Relativization.

URL: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~dvries/pdf/2005-appositives-li.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3366&langcode=nld (2018-01-21).

 

Example #1:

    (3)   a.    Annie, die viool speelt, heeft een nieuwe strijkstok gekocht.
    Annie, who violin plays, has       a     new     bow       bought
    `Annie, who plays the violin, bought a new bow.'
Example #2:

    b.    Jan begaf         zich naar beneden, en wel naar de kelder.
    Jan proceeded SE towards downstairs, and indeed to                   the basement
    `Jan went downstairs, namely to the basement.'
Example #3:

    (16) Du kennst doch den                  Jan und den            Peter?
    you know yet      the-ACC Jan and the-ACC Peter
    `You know Jan and Peter, don't you?'
Example #4:

    (17) Du kennst doch den                  Jan, meinen Cousin?
    you know yet the-ACC Jan, my-ACC cousin
    `You know Jan, my cousin, don't you?'
Example #5:

    (18) a.        Joop en Joep heb ik _ gezien.                                                                  [conjunction]
    Joop and Joep have I _ seen
    `I have seen Joop and Joep.'
Example #6:

    b.     Annie, onze directrice, heb ik _ gezien.                                                         [apposition]
    Annie, our manager, have I _                     seen
    `I have seen Annie, our manager.'
Example #7:

    c.     Annie, die een dochter van drie heeft, heb ik _ gezien.                                                    [ARC]
    Annie, who a daughter of three has, have I _ seen
    `I have seen Annie, who has a three year old daughter.'
Example #8:

    c.       Annie, die gek is, van wie niemand de woonplaats kent, ...
    Annie, who crazy is, of whom nobody the residence                      knows
    `Annie, who is crazy, whose residence nobody knows, ...'
Example #9:

    c.        Du kennst doch den Jan, ihn/*er der unser Manager ist?
    you know yet the-ACC Jan, himacc/*he who our         manager                       is
    `You know Jan, (him) who is our manager, don't you?'
Example #10:

    (29) a.        Wie zoet is krijgt lekkers.                                                                         [true FR]
    who sweet is gets sweets
    `Sweets for the sweet.'
Example #11:

    b.     Degene/hij die zoet is krijgt lekkers.                                                             [false FR]
    the.one/he who sweet is gets        sweets
    lit. `He who is sweet, will get sweets.'
Example #12:

    b.   Wie ken jij?                                                       [question]
    who know you?
    `Who do you know?'
Example #13:

    kaartje had, genoot van de voorstelling.
    ticket had, enjoyed (of) the performance
    enjoyed the performance.'
Example #14:

    b.   Popeye, die van spinazie houdt, die daarom ook heel sterk is, redde Olijfje.
    Popeye, who (of) spinach likes, who therefore also very strong is, saved Olive
    `Popeye, who likes spinach, who is therefore very strong, saved Olive.'
Example #15:

    toeristen komen.
    tourists    come
    `He lives in Amsterdam, which has 750,000 inhabitants, where many tourists go as
Example #16:

    (49) a.        Ik heb Joop gezien, die twee zusters heeft.
    I have Joop seen,      who two sisters                  has
    `I saw Joop, who has two sisters.'
Example #17:

    b.     Gisteren heb ik mijn zuster bezocht, die blond haar heeft (zoals je weet).
    yesterday have I my sister visited, who blond hair has                                   (as      you know)
    `Yesterday I visited my sister, who has blond hair (as you know).'
Example #18:

    ministerschap is verschenen.
    ministership    has appeared
    `Ritzen came to visit, by whom a shameless book on ministership was published re
Example #19:

    (52) a.          Elke soldaat kan tot God bidden, die hem dan zal vergeven.
    Every soldier can to God pray,       who him then will forgive
    `Every soldier may pray to God, who will then forgive him.'
Example #20:

    (53) a.          Ik heb het mijn tante verteld, die in tranen uitbarstte.
    I have it my aunt told,             who in tears              burst
    `I have told it to my aunt, who burst into tears.'
Example #21:

    (55) a.          De verhalen over zichzelfi die Joopi gisteren hoorde, waren gelogen. [RRC]
    the stories    about SE-SELF which Joop yesterday heard, were                            lied
    `The stories about himself that Joop heard yesterday, were lied.'
Example #22:

    wat een juiste beslissing was.
    which a just decision        was
    `The three wise men advised the retreat of the Commission, which was a just deci
Example #23:

    VP:        De kat heeft overgegeven, wat de hond hopelijk niet zal doen.
    the cat has    vomited,       which the dog hopefully not will do
    `The cat vomited, which hopefully the dog will not do.'
Example #24:

    AP:        De directeur ontkende corrupt te zijn, wat ze echter wel degelijk is.
    the manager denied       corrupt to be, which she however indeed                                     is
    `The manager denied being corrupt, which, however, she actually is.'
Example #25:

    AdvP: Hij werkte hard, hetgeen is hoe een ambtenaar behoort te werken.
    he worked hard, which       is how a civil.servant ought                             to work
    `He worked hard, which is how a civil servant ought to work.'
Example #26:

    PP:        De leerstoelgroep vergaderde van 9:30 tot 12:30, wat erg lang is.
    the prof. Chair-group met          from 9:30 to 12:30, which very long is
    `The department met from 9:30 till 12:30, which is very long.'
Example #27:

    PP:        Hij keek verschrikt achter zich, waar echter niets was te zien.
    he looked frightened behind SE, where however nothing was to see
    `He looked behind himself startled, where, however, nothing was to be seen.'
Example #28:

    (73) * Deze roman welk boek Reve geschreven heeft, is                                             herdrukt.               [RRC]
    this novel which book Reve written             has, has.been reprinted
    `This novel which book Reve has written has been reprinted.'
Example #29:

    (74) a.        Welke onverlaat zoiets                       doet, verdient straf.                                             [FR]
    which miscreant such.a.thing does, deserves punishment
    `Which miscreant does such a thing, deserves to be punished.'
Example #30:

    b.     Ik lees welk boek me ook maar onder ogen komt.
    I read which book me NPI               under eyes comes
    `I read whichever book I get a look at.'
Example #31:

    (75) a.        "De avonden", welk boek van Reve veel gelezen wordt, is herdrukt. [ARC]
    "De avonden", which book of Reve much read               is,    has.been reprinted
    reprinted.'
Example #32:

    geen Ferrari hebben.
    no    Ferrari have
    Ferrari.'
Example #33:

    c.     Hond en kat zijn als water en vuur, welk feit reeds lang bekend is.
    dog and cat are like water and fire, which fact already long known is
    `Dogs and cats are like water and fire, which fact has been well-known for ages.