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Jóhanna Barðdal (2001). 7.

URL: http://www.hf.uib.no/i/lili/SLF/ans/barddal/chapter%207.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 4087&langcode=isl (2019-03-25).

 

Example #1:

    (3)   eir Gumundur fru t.
    they Gumundur.nom went out
    'Gumundur and the others went out.'
Example #2:

    (5)   a.    g lt Svein kaupa blinn.                    Modern Icelandic
    I.nom let Sveinn.acc buy car-the.acc
    'I made Sveinn buy the car.'
Example #3:

    b.    g lt Sveini la illa.
    I.nom let Sveinn.dat feel bad
    'I made Sveinn feel bad.'
Example #4:

    (7)   a.     Sveinn virist vera a kaupa bl.             Modern Icelandic
    Sveinn.nom seems be to buy car.acc
    'Sveinn seems to be buying a car.'
Example #5:

    b.     Sveini virist la illa.
    Sveinn.dat seems feel bad
    'Sveinn seems to be feeling bad.'
Example #6:

    (9)   a.     Sveinn gerir r fyrir a kaupa blinn.    Modern Icelandic
    Sveinn.nom makes assumption for to _____ buy car-the.acc
    'Sveinn assumes that he will buy the car.'
Example #7:

    b.     Sveinn gerir r fyrir a la illa
    Sveinn.dat makes assumption for to ______ feel bad
    'Sveinn assumes that he will feel bad.'
Example #8:

    (13) a.     Konunni hafi borist hundur.
    woman-the.dat had gotten dog.nom
    'The woman had received a dog.'
Example #9:

    b.    Hundur hafi borist konunni.
    dog.nom had gotten woman-the.dat
    'A dog had been received by the woman.'
Example #10:

    (14) a.     Konunni var gefinn hundur.
    woman-the.dat was given dog.nom
    'The woman was given a dog.'
Example #11:

    b.    Hundur var gefinn konunni.
    dog.nom was given woman-the.dat
    'A dog was given to the woman.'
Example #12:

    (15) a.     a er gtt a berast hundur.
    it is good to ____ get dog.nom
    'It is good to receive a dog.'
Example #13:

    b.    a er gtt a berast konunni.
    it is good to ____ get woman-the.dat
    'It is good to be received by the woman.'
Example #14:

    (16) a.     a er gtt a vera gefinn hundur.
    it is good to ____ be given dog.nom
    'It is good to be given a dog.'
Example #15:

    b.    a er gtt a vera gefinn konunni.
    it is good to ____ be given woman-the.dat
    'It is good to be given to the woman.'
Example #16:

    b.     Ef  ttir a skera skyrtu handa Vsteini brur mnum.
    my.dat
    'If you were to make a shirt for my brother Vsteinn.'
Example #17:

    b.    Hn hefur ekki bergt  neinu.                 Modern Icelandic
    she.nom has not tasted on anything
    'She has not tasted anything.'
Example #18:

    b.    Hann heilsai konungi.                        Modern Icelandic
    he.nom greeted king-the.dat
    'He greeted the king.'
Example #19:

    (29) a.     [...] en fyrir v a [...], glatai hann hfu sitt,
    but for it that ... lost he.nom head his.acc
    '[...] but because of that [...] he lost his head,'
Example #20:

    (30) a.     [...] er g hefi gjrla athugt eirra sium.
    which I.nom have thoroughly examined their habits.dat
    '[...] whose habits I have thoroughly examined.'
Example #21:

    (31) a.     [...] a enginn riddari stenst honum.
    that no knight.nom withstands he.dat (ve 1979:95-99)
    '[...] that no knight is his equal.'
Example #22:

    b.     Henni batnai veikin.                         Modern Icelandic
    she.dat got-better illness-the.nom
    'She recovered from the illness.'
Example #23:

    (33) a.     g hringi  ig.                                    Icelandic
    I.nom ring in you.acc
    'I'll phone you.'
Example #24:

    b.    g horfi  sjnvarpi.
    I.nom watched on television-the.acc
    'I watched television.'
Example #25:

    (35) a.       Mr lkar essi matur.
    I.dat like this food.nom
    'I like this food.'
Example #26:

    b.     Honum batnai veikinnar.
    he.dat got-better illness-the.gen
    'He got better from the illness.'
Example #27:

    c.     Mr gejast a Gumundi.
    I.dat like at Gumundur.dat
    'I like Gumundur.'
Example #28:

    d.     Mr virist [Gumundur lta vel t].
    I.dat seems Gumundur.nom look well out
    'To me it seems that Gumundur looks fine.'
Example #29:

    (36) a.       Mr lkar Gumundur.
    I.dat like Gumundur.nom
    'I like Gumundur.'
Example #30:

    b.     Mr lkar vi Gumund.
    I.dat like with Gumundur.acc
    'I like Gumundur.'