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Shigeru miyagawa (2004). EPP.

URL: http://ocw.mit.edu/NR/rdonlyres/Linguistics-and-Philosophy/24-946Fall-2004/C21637D0-F23B-4C8E-8C2E-11A35736C780/0/ho_lec_4_6_a_a.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3453&langcode=ell (2020-08-07).

 

Example #1:

    (1) a. O Petros pandreftike tin Ilektra.  Greek
    Peter    married       Ilektra
    'Peter married Ilektra.'
Example #2:

    (6) a.O Petros       xtes     meta     apo      poles prospathies sinandise             ti     Maria
    Peter       yesterday after       from    many efforts                 met            Mary
    'After   many efforts, Peter met Mary yesterday.'
Example #3:

    b.    Epidi    o Petros an erthi       i Maria tha figi.
    because     Peter       if comes Mary FUT leave
    'Because if Mary comes, Peter will leave.'
Example #4:

    (8) a. #Enas oreos       andras pandreftike       kathe sinadelfo                      mu      persi.
    a      handsome man       married         every colleague               mine   last year
    'A handsome many married every colleague of mine last year.'
Example #5:

    (10) a. Ena pedhi prepi na parousiasi tin ergasia mextri to telos tis                  vdomadas.
    a     child     must Subj present       the essay until the end of             the week
    (only deontic reading available)
Example #6:

    b. prepi na parousiasi ena pedhi tin ergasia mextri to telos tis                  vdomadas.
    must Subj present        a     child        the essay until the end of         the week
    (epistemic reading available: "It must be the case that ...")
Example #7:

    (13) eftase      ena pedi/o Jorgos/kathe filos          mu.
    arrived a      chid/George/ every friend mine
    'A child/George/every friend of mine arrived.'
Example #8:

    (14)         a. diavase ena pedi/kathe pedi to vivlio.          (Greek)
    read     a      child/every child book
    'A/every child read the book.'