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Jon Franco and Alazne Landa (2006). Preverbal N-Words and Anti-Agreement Effects.

URL: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/hls/9/paper1364.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3917&langcode=spa (2020-08-08).


Example #1:

    b. *(No) ha venido nadie
    Neg. has come nobody
    `Nobody has come'
Example #2:

    d. Eso *(no) sabe nadie
    That Neg. knows nobody
    `Nobody knows that'
Example #3:

    e. *(No) conozco     a nadie
    Neg. knows.1sg to nobody
    `I don't know anybody'
Example #4:

    f. Nunca (*no) llegó la carta
    Never Neg. arrive the letter
    `The letter never arrived'
Example #5:

    (9) a.    NÁDA      le devolvió el gobierno
    NOTHING him returned the government
    The government did not return anything to him
Example #6:

    (11) a.      ¿A quiéni (*loi) viste?
    To whom CL saw-2
    Who did you see?
Example #7:

    b.    Juan (*loi) quiere a todo el mundoi
    Juan CL love-3 to everybody
    Juan loves everybody
Example #8:

    c.    A NADIEi (*loi) pudimos ver
    To nobody CL could-1PL see
    *To nobody we could see
Example #9:

    (12) a.      ¿A quiénes (de nosotros) nos/los   vieron?
    To whom of us            CL-1/CL-3 saw.3pl
    Which of us did they see?
Example #10:

    b.    ¿A ninguno nos han       podido ver?
    To none     CL-1 have-3 can      see
    *To none of us they could have seen
Example #11:

    c. *¿Querrías   comer nada?
    Want.Cond-2 eat nothing
    Would you want anything to eat?