ODIN

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Grohmann, Kleanthes K. (2003). Prolific Domains On the Anti-Locality of Movement Dependencies.

URL: http://www.punksinscience.org/kleanthes/PD/GROHMANN_PD.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-02-18).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 512&langcode=deu (2019-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    (27)   a. * Den     Vater mag sein       Sohn.
    the.ACC father like his.NOM son
    intended: `The father likes his son.'
Example #2:

    b. Der        Vater mag seinen Sohn.
    the.NOM father like his.ACC son
    `The father likes his son.'
Example #3:

    (29)    a. * Der      Vater gibt seinen Sohn         der         Wagen.
    the.NOM father gives his.ACC son        the.NOM     car
    intended: `The father gives his son     the car.'
Example #4:

    b.   Der      Vater gibt seinem Sohn         den         Wagen.
    the.NOM father gives his.DAT son        the.ACC     car
    `The father gives his son the car.'
Example #5:

    (33)   Der     Anna hat der       Martin einen Kuss gegeben.
    the.DAT Anna has the.NOM Martin a.ACC kiss given
    `Anna, Martin gave a kiss.'
Example #6:

    (42)    a.   Der Martin hat von der Anna geträumt.
    the Martin has of the Anna dreamed
    `Martin dreamed of Anna.'
Example #7:

    b.   Alex sagte, dass der Martin von der Anna geträumt hat.
    Alex said that the Martin of the Anna dreamed has
    `Alex said that Martin dreamed of Anna.'
Example #8:

    (1)     Den     Martin, den      habe ich schon lange nicht mehr gesehen.
    the.ACC Martin RP.ACC have I already long not anymore seen
    `Martin, I haven't seen [him] in a long time.'
Example #9:

    b.   [Diesen Mann], den           kenne ich   nicht.
    this.ACC man that-one.ACC know I        not
    `This man, I don't know [him].'                 (German CLD)
Example #10:

    b.   Den      kenne ich nicht.
    RP.ACC know I not
    `That one, I don't know.'                                German
Example #11:

    b.   Glücklich, das war der Martin schon lange nicht mehr.
    happy      RP was the Martin already long not more
    `Happy, Martin hasn't been in a long time.'           (AP)
Example #12:

    mögen alle.
    like   all
    `Martin, Alex said (that) Anna believed (that) everyone likes.'
Example #13:

    mögen alle.
    like   all
    *`Martin, Anna    believed the fact (that) everyone likes.'
Example #14:

    b.   Seinen besten Freund, den      sollte jeder gut behandeln.
    his.ACC best friend RP.ACC should everyone well treat
    `His best friend, everyone should treat well.' (reconstruction)
Example #15:

    (25)   a.   [Diesen Mann], den       habe ich noch nie gesehen.
    this.ACC man RP.ACC have I yet never seen
    `This man, I've never seen before.'                 (CLD)
Example #16:

    gesehen.
    this.NOM/ACC man      RP.ACC/him have I yet never seen
    `This man, I've never seen him before.'          (HTLD I)
Example #17:

    gesehen.
    this.NOM/ACC man      I have RP.ACC/him yet never seen
    `This man, I've never seen him before.'         (HTLD II)
Example #18:

    (29)    a.   Der     nächste Präsident, der        ist ja wiedergeboren.
    the.NOM next president RP.NOM is PRT born-again
    `The next president, [he] (really) is born-again.'
Example #19:

    b.   Der    Industrie,     der     versprechen die Kandidaten viel.
    the.DAT big-business RP.DAT promise         the candidates much
    `Big business, the candidates promise a lot.'
Example #20:

    c.   Der     Armut, der       gedenken die Kandidaten wenig.
    the.GEN poverty RP.GEN recall       the candidates little
    `Poverty, the candidates recall (very) little.'
Example #21:

    dem/ihm      geben.
    RP.DAT/him give
    `This candidate, a kick in the ass, one should give him.'
Example #22:

    samstags.
    Saturdays
    `His lawn, every Herfordian mows    on Saturdays.'
Example #23:

    schön halten.
    pretty keep
    `His lawn, every Herfordian believes he can keep pretty.'
Example #24:

    selten Lügen.
    rarely lies
    `Friends of each other, Herfordians rarely tell lies (to).'
Example #25:

    wohl.
    surely
    `A grill in his own garden, Alex surely has.'
Example #26:

    keine Bedeutung bei.
    no    meaning PRT
    *`The fact that Alex is poor, he doesn't attach importance to.'
Example #27:

    (45)    Der Martin hat der Anna (einst) den Kopf verdreht.
    the Martin has the Anna once the head twisted
    `Martin turned Anna's head (once).'
Example #28:

    dem/ihm      geben.
    RP.ACC/him give
    `This candidate, a kick in the ass, one should give him.'
Example #29:

    dem/ihm      geben.
    RP.ACC/him give
    *`A kick in the ass, this candidate, one should give him.'
Example #30:

    f.   !   ... weil ihm       ihn sie        geschenkt hat.
    since him.DAT it.ACC she.NOM given     has
    `... since he gave it to her.'
Example #31:

    f.   !   ... weil den     Wagen dem Alex die Mutter geschenkt hat.
    since the.ACC car the.DAT Alex the.NOM mother given has
    `... since he gave it to her.'
Example #32:

    f.   *   gestern hat ihmi        ihnj siek        geschenkt.
    yesterday has she.NOM it.ACC him.DAT given
    `Alex, the car, the mother, yesterday, she gave it to him.'
Example #33:

    f. * gestern hat demi        denj    diek     geschenkt.
    yesterday has RP.NOM RP.DAT RP.ACC given
    `Alex, the car, the mother, yesterday, she gave it to him.'
Example #34:

    b.   gestern hat siek        ihmi denj geschenkt.
    yesterday has she.NOM it.ACC RP.DAT given
    `Alex, the car, the mother, yesterday, she gave it to him.'
Example #35:

    b.   gestern hat diek       ihnj ihmi        geschenkt.
    yesterday has RP.NOM it.ACC him.DAT given
    `Alex, the car, the mother, yesterday, she gave it to him.'
Example #36:

    c.   demi hat siek         ihnj gestern geschenkt.
    RP.DAT has she.NOM it.ACC yesterday given
    `Alex, the car, the mother, yesterday, she gave it to him.'
Example #37:

    a. Ich tu nicht (gerne)       Bücher lesen.
    I do not with.pleasure books read
    `I don't read books (with pleasure).'
Example #38:

    b. Meine Freunde tun nicht viel arbeiten, die gehen lieber feiern.
    my     friends do not much work they go preferably party
    partying.'
Example #39:

    (73)    a.   Bücher lesen tu ich nicht (gerne).
    books read do I not        with.pleasure
    `Read books, I do not (with pleasure).'
Example #40:

    a. [Einander helfen], das tun sie hier nicht.
    each.other help RP do they here not
    `Help each other, they don't do (that) here.'
Example #41:

    b.   [An seinem Geburtsort] da würde jeder wohl leben wollen.
    at his      birthplace RP would everybody sure live want
    `His birthplace, everybody sure would like to live in.'
Example #42:

    (i)   [Jan], ??(daar/*die) heb ik een hekel an.
    Jan      RP          have I a disgust for
    `Jan, I have disgust for.'                               (adapted from Zwart 199
Example #43:

    b. * Den    Rock weiss ich nicht den      wohin ich legen soll.
    the.ACC dress know I not RP.ACC where I put shall
    *`The dress, I don't know where I should put.'       German
Example #44:

    b. * ... dass den         Martin den     ich nicht kenne.
    that the.ACC  Martin RP.ACC I         not    know
    `... that Martin, I don't know.'                                 German
Example #45:

    (13)    a.   (Der)    Anna ihr        Wagen fährt schnell.
    the.DAT Anna her.NOM car        drives fast
    `Anna's car runs fast.'
Example #46:

    b.   Die Freunde bewundern (der)        Anna ihren Wagen.
    the friends admire        the.DAT Anna her.ACC car
    `The friends admire Anna's car.'
Example #47:

    c.   Sie sitzen gerne          in (der)    Anna ihrem Wagen.
    they sit    with-pleasure in the.DAT Anna her.DAT car
    `Sie enjoy sitting in Anna's car.'
Example #48:

    (34)    a.   Dieses Buch, das hat Martin geschrieben.
    this    book RP has Martin written
    `This book, Martin wrote [it].'
Example #49:

    b.   Dieses Buch hat Martin geschrieben.
    this    book has Martin written
    `This book, Martin wrote.'
Example #50:

    c.   Das hat Martin geschrieben.
    that has Martin written
    `This one, Martin wrote.'
Example #51:

    (35)    a.   (dem) Martin sein Buch
    the.DAT Martin his book
    `Martin's book'
Example #52:

    c.   sein Buch
    his book
    `his book'
Example #53:

    (51)    (der)   Merkel der ihre Fresse                                 German
    the.DAT Merkel RP her mug
    `Merkel's mug'
Example #54:

    (i)   a.   Ich habe [DP dem Martin] (gestern) [DP sein/ein Buch] gegeben.
    I have       the Martin yesterday his/a         book given
    `I gave Martin his/a book yesterday.'
Example #55:

    (ii) Ich habe gegen Martin sein/seinen/seinem Vater Fussball gespielt.
    I have against Martin his.NOM/ACC/DAT father football played
    `I played football against Martin's father.'
Example #56:

    (31)    a.   [Seineni Vater], den     mag jederi.
    his.ACC father RP.ACC likes everyone
    `His father, everyone likes [him].'
Example #57:

    (41)    Den     Alex mögen alle sehr.
    the.ACC Alex like.PL all really
    `Alex, everybody really likes.'
Example #58:

    b.   Martin hat Anna geküsst.
    Martin has Anna kissed
    `Martin kissed Anna.'
Example #59:

    (49)   Es sind zwei Männer im         Zimmer.
    there are two men       in.the room
    `There are two men in the room.'
Example #60:

    (i)   Seinen Vater mag jeder.
    his.ACC father likes everyone
    `His father, everyone likes.'