ODIN

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Thomas Bader (1995). The Analysis of Passive and Raising Constructions in Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Arc Pa.

URL: http://www.iswcms.unibe.ch/lenya/isw/live/forschung/dissertation/tb_diss.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 4021&langcode=ell (2020-08-07).

 

Example #1:

    231.   me to na kalípti i máska to prósopo, anasénete fisiká
    with the SBJ covers the mask the face, breathe-Imp-Pl naturally
    "With the mask covering your face, breathe naturally."
Example #2:

    232.   me ti máska na kalípti to prósopo, anasénete fisiká
    with the mask SBJ covers the face, breathe-Imp-Pl naturally
    "With the mask covering your face, breathe naturally."
Example #3:

    233.   me ton kómbo na ftáni          s to xténi étsi, i lísi faneronótan
    with the comb SBJ arrive-3.Sg at the comb thus the solution manifested
    "With things coming to a head in this way, the solution was becoming evident."
Example #4:

    256.   fénete      na íne      edhó tóra i kléftes
    seem-3.Sg. Prt be-3.Pl here now the thieves
    "It seems that the thieves are here now."
Example #5:

    257.   i kléftes fénonde na íne          edhó tóra
    the thieves seem-3.Pl Prt be-3.Pl here now
    "The thieves seem to be here now."