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Hoyt, Frederick M. L. (2000). Agreement, specificity effects, and phrase structure in rural Palestinian Arabic existential constru.

URL: http://comp.ling.utexas.edu/fmhoyt/Hoyt(00)_MAThesis.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3606&langcode=ita (2019-03-24).


Example #1:

    c.     Giacomo e arrivato
    Giacomo isSG arrivedPART
    "Giacomo has arrived."
Example #2:

    (43)   a.     Giovanni ha insultato        due studenti
    Giovanni hasSG insultedPARTSG two students
    "Giovanni has insulted two students."
Example #3:

    b.     Giovanni ne       ha insultati       due
    Giovanni OF-THEM hasSG insultedPARTP two
    "Giovanni has insulted two of them."
Example #4:

    (44)   a.     molti studenti furono arrestati
    many students werePL arrestedPARTP
    "Many students were arrested."
Example #5:

    (45)   a.     arrivano molti studenti
    arrivedPL many students
    "Many students arrived."
Example #6:

    (48)   a.     Ugo ha corso meglio ieri
    Hugo hasS runPART better yesterday."
    "Hugo ran better yesterday."
Example #7:

    b.     Ugo e corso a casa
    Hugo isS runPART to home
    "Hugo ran home."
Example #8:

    (iv)     ne      ho dato a Gianni uno solo
    of-them have given to Gianni one only
    "I have given Gianni only one of them."