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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=nld (2018-10-20).


Example #1:

    b.    [  CP dat [IP ik    [vP Jan [vP gisteren [vP ik [VP zag Jan]]]]]]
    that I            Jan     yesterday           saw
    `.... that I saw Jan yesterday.'
Example #2:

    (12)    ... dat ik Jan gisteren zag winnen.
    that I Jan yesterday saw win
    `... that yesterday I saw Jan win.'
Example #3:

    (14)    ... dat ik Jan de race gisteren zag winnen.
    that I Jan the race yesterday saw win
    `... that yesterday I saw Jan win the race.'
Example #4:

    (16)      ... dat Jan de race gisteren scheen te zullen winnen.
    that Jan the race yesterday seemed to will win
    `... that yesterday Jan seemed to be going to win the race.'
Example #5:

    (18)    ... dat Jan het boek niet werd geacht      te hebben gelezen.
    that Jan the book not was considered to have read
    `... that Jan was not considered to have read the book.'
Example #6:

    (20)    ... dat Jan niet scheen te sterven/worden gearresteerd/dansen
    that Jan not seemed to die/be           arrested/dance
    `... that Jan did not seem to die/be arrested/dance.'
Example #7:

    (21)    a.   ... dat Jan de race niet scheen te winnen.
    that Jan the race not seemed to win
    `... that Jan didn't seem to win the race.'
Example #8:

    b.   ... dat de race (door Jan) niet scheen te worden gewonnen.
    that the race (by Jan) not seemed to be         won
    `... that the race didn't seem to be won (by Jan).'
Example #9:

    a. [Boeken lezen], dat doe ik niet.
    books read RP do I not
    `Read books, I don't.'
Example #10:

    b. * Ik doe niet boeken lezen.
    I do not books read
    `I don't read books.'
Example #11:

    c. Ik doe dat niet.
    I do RP not
    `I don't do that.'
Example #12:

    (75)    a.   [Elkaar     helpen], dat doen ze hier niet.
    each.other help     RP do they here not
    `Help each other, they don't do (that) here.'            Dutch
Example #13:

    (33)    a.   Jani, diei vertrekt laat.
    Jan RP leaves late
    `Jan, he leaves late.'