The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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AURORA BEL (2003). The syntax of subjects in the acquisition of Spanish and Catalan.

URL: http://www.degruyter.de/journals/probus/pdf/15_1.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3791&langcode=spa (2020-08-08).


Example #1:

    CHI: (Es)tá aquí. [% signalling the telephone] (María, 1;8)
    is        here
    `It is here.'
Example #2:

    b. CHI: O loto.                                           (María, 1;9)
    has broken
    `It has broken.'
Example #3:

    a. No está mariquita.                            (Emilio, 1;11)
    neg is      ladybird
    `Ladybird is not here.'
Example #4:

    b. Cabeza, no está la cabeza.                     (Emilio, 2;0)
    head,      neg is       the head
    `The head is not here.'
Example #5:

    c. Pica la panxa.                                                    (2;3.10)
    itches the tummy
    `My tummy itches.'
Example #6:

    CHI: AIXÒ no es munta.                                         (2;6.25)
    this    neg CL fits
    `This doesn't fit.'
Example #7:

    a. Se cae e(l) nene.                                               (1;7)
    CL falls the baby
    `The baby falls.'
Example #8:

    b. Fa(l)ta el ot(r)o pendiente.                                   (1;10)
    misses the other earring
    `The other earring is missing.'
Example #9:

    c. ¡Ah! No (se) para (e)se patito.                                 (2;0)
    ah! neg CL stops that little duck
    `That little duck doesn't stop.'
Example #10:

    a. Este se quita         [% cae].                             (1;10)
    this CL removes
    `It falls.'
Example #11:

    c. ¿Sabes?       Se rompe, e(s)te patito            se rompe. (2;0)
    You know? CL breaks, this           little duck CL breaks
    `You know? It breaks, this little duck breaks.'