ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Katarina Klein and Silvia Kutscher (2005). Lexical Economy and Case Selection of Psych-Verbs in German*.

URL: http://www.linguistics.ruhr-uni-bochum.de/~klein/papers/LexEconPsych.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3461&langcode=deu (2019-04-20).

 

Example #1:

    b.    Ich              hadere          mit   dir.
    1s:NOM           quarrel:PRS:1s PREP 2s:DAT
    `I quarrel with you.'
Example #2:

    e.    Ich              ärgere                den Hund.
    1s:NOM           make.angry:PRS:1s the dog:ACC
    `I make the dog angry.'
Example #3:

    (2)            a.     Ich            staune.
    1s:NOM         be.astonished:PRS:1s
    `I am astonished.'
Example #4:

    c.Er             schenkt       mir            Gehör.
    3s:NOM         give:PRS:3s 1s:DAT           ears:ACC
    `He listens to me.'
Example #5:

    b.     Mich          friert.
    1s:ACC be.cold:PRS:3s
    `I am cold.'
Example #6:

    c.     Mich          dünkt,          dass (...)
    1s:ACC seem/think:PRS:3s COMP
    `It seems to me, I think, that...'
Example #7:

    (5)       a.     Bithiu uuanta        ír              hungeret.
    because              2p:NOM          be.hungry:PRS:2p
    `Because you are hungry.' (Tatian 23,2)
Example #8:

    b.     After thiu hungirita                 inan.
    after that be.hungry:PAST:3s 3s:ACC
    `After that he was hungry.' (Tatian 15,2)
Example #9:

    Ich           mag                 dich.
    1s:NOM        like:PRS:1s         2s:ACC
    `I like you.'
Example #10:

    Ich         gedenke            seiner.
    1s:NOM      commemorate:PRS:1s 3s:GEN
    `I commemorate him.'
Example #11:

    Er               begeistert     mich.
    3s:NOM           inspire:PRS:3s 1s:ACC
    `He inspires    me.'
Example #12:

    Sie               gefällt       mir.
    3s:NOM            appeal:PRS:3s 1s:DAT
    `She appeals    to me.'
Example #13:

    Mir            ermangelt   (es) der Ruhe.
    1s:DAT         lack:PRS:3s EXPL the calmness:GEN
    `I lack calmness.'
Example #14:

    Mir             graut            (es) vor  morgen.
    1s:DAT          be.afraid:PRS:3s EXPL PREP tomorrow
    `I am afraid of tomorrow.'
Example #15:

    Ihn            dünkt, dass dies            förderlich          wäre.
    3s:ACC seem:PRS:3s that this:NOM           conducive           be:KONJ2:3s
    `It seems to him that this would be conducive.'
Example #16:

    Mir             schwant,              dass      das    so      nicht gehen wird.
    1s:DAT          suspect:PRS:3s that this        that way       not   work:FUT:3s
    `I suspect that this won't work that way.'
Example #17:

    c.     ich            habe             Hunger
    1s:NOM         have:PRS:1s      hunger:A   CC
    `I am hungry.'
Example #18:

    Die Räder                   drehen         durch.
    the wheel:Pl:NOM            spin:3p:PRS    PFX
    `The wheels spin.'
Example #19:

    (53)     a.     Der Morgen          dämmerte langsam.
    the morning:NOM dawn:PAST:3s slowly
    `Dawn was breaking slowly.'
Example #20:

    (54)     a.     Es     dämmerte     langsam.
    EXPL dawn:PAST:3s slowly
    `It dawned slowly.'
Example #21:

    b.     * Der Morgen        dämmerte   mir.
    the morning:NOM dawn:PAST:3s 1s:DAT
    `Dawn was breaking for me.'
Example #22:

    (57)             Die Konferenz        ist    mir               wichtig.
    the conference:NOM COP 1s:DAT                 important
    `The conference is important to me.'
Example #23:

    (58)     a.      Der Schuh              ist     (*mir)         groß.
    the shoe:NOM           COP (1s:DAT)           large
    `The shoe is large (*for me).'
Example #24:

    wan ûch            di lûte (...)    werden         hazzin
    when 2p:ACC the men:NOM AUX:FUT:3p hate
    `Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you.' (Luther, DWb IV/
Example #25:

    (69)     a.      Der Wind             verwirrte              sein Haar.
    the wind:NOM         entangle:PAST:3s       his hair:ACC
    `The wind entangled his hair.' (Duden, Bd. 6)
Example #26:

    b.      Seine Gegenwart        verwirrte             sie.
    his presence:NOM entangle:PAST:3s            3s:ACC
    `His presence irritated her.' (Duden, Bd. 6)
Example #27:

    (70)            Das leuchtet          (mir)               ein.
    this shine:PRS:3s 1s:DAT                  in
    `This makes sense (to me).'