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Alexandr Rosen (2005). Hybrid agreement in Czech predicates.

URL: http://utkl.ff.cuni.cz/~rosen/public/fdsl05_rosen.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3691&langcode=ces (2018-07-18).

 

Example #1:

    (4)     a.     Spal            jste  dobe?
    sleep-l.pple-SG AUX-PL well?
    `Did you sleep well?'
Example #2:

    b.     Jste zatcen!
    are-PL arrested-pass.pple-SG
    `You are arrested!'                                                           (C
Example #3:

    c.     Vy     jste tak hodný!
    you-PL are-PL so kind-SG
    `You are so kind!'
Example #4:

    hodnocen.
    classified-pass.pple-SG.
    `You, who were absent yesterday, won't be classified today.'
Example #5:

    (9)    a.    Te jste      to vy,    kdo uklouzl.
    now are-2.PL it you-PL who slipped-3.SG
    `Now it's you who has slipped.'
Example #6:

    vahách.
    scales
    `It might be you who's going to topple the balance.'
Example #7:

    c.     kikloun        z    trzist,     jakých je v Judsku bezpocet
    loudmouth-SG from marketplace, which-PL is in Judea countless
    `a loudmouth from the marketplace, who are countless in Judea'
Example #8:

    (10)    a.    knízata            pisla
    princes-PL.NEUT arrived-PL.NEUT
    `the princes have arrived'
Example #9:

    b.     knízata             pisli
    princes-PL.NEUT arrived-PL.MASC
    `the princes have arrived'
Example #10:

    c. ?? ceská           knízata         pisli-PL.MASC
    Czech-PL.NEUT princes-PL.NEUT arrived-PL.MASC
    `the Czech princes have arrived'
Example #11:

    (11)    a.     jeho velevázená    Výsost         pisla
    his esteemed-FEM highness-FEM arrived-FEM
    `His Most Esteemed Highness has arrived'
Example #12:

    b. ? jeho velevázená    Výsost          pisel
    his esteemed-FEM highness-FEM arrived-MASC
    `His Most Esteemed Highness has arrived'
Example #13:

    (12)    a.    My, král ceský, jsme velice zarmoucen a celá zem s                 námi.
    we king Czech are-PL very sad-SG          and whole country with us-PL
    `We, the King of Bohemia, are in deep sorrow, and the whole country with us.'
Example #14:

    metodám.
    methods.
    `We want to deal with new facts, staying loyal to proven methods.
Example #15:

    c.    Jsou tak hodný, pane uciteli, a pijdou      mezi    nás.
    be-3.PL so kind-SG Mr. teacher and come-3.PL between us
    `Be so kind, Teacher, please join us.'
Example #16:

    d.    Tak to dlali uz       nás staícek.
    so it did-PL already our granddad-SG
    `This is the way our granddad used to do it already.'
Example #17:

    c. *Byli         jsem    poctn.
    be-l.pple-PL AUX-1.SG honour-pass.pple-SG.MASC
    `I/we have been honoured.' (putative)
Example #18:

    (15)   a.    Spal             jste     dobe?
    sleep-l.pple-SG AUX-PL well?
    `Did you sleep well?'
Example #19:

    b.    Jste    zatcen!
    are-PL arrested-pass.pple-SG
    `You are arrested!'
Example #20:

    c.    Spíte       dobe?
    sleep­2.PL well
    `Do you sleep well?'