The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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Heleen Hoekstra, Michael Moortgat, Bram Renmans, Ineke Schuurman, Ton van der Wouden (2001). On certain syntactic properties of spoken Dutch.

URL: http://odur.let.rug.nl/~vdwouden/docs/clin2001a.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 71&langcode=nld (2018-03-18).


Example #1:

    (1) doen we
    do we
    `(we agree that) we will do that'
Example #2:

    (2) je moet heel snel moet je weer wisselen
    you must very soon must you again change
    `you have to change again very soon'
Example #3:

    (7)       a. Maar in wezen is een obligatie is gewoon een onderhandse lening (V-SU-V)
    but    in fact      is a    bond        is simply a private loan
    `Actually, a bond is simply a private loan'
Example #4:

    b. En dat is een erg interessant blad            is dat (SU-V-PREDC-V-S)
    and that is a        very interesting journal is that
    `That is a very interesting journal
Example #5:

    c. We hebben sinds een paar jaar hebben we een nieuwe spelling (S-V-MOD-V-S)
    We have      since a     few years have    we a new spelling
    `We have a new spelling since a few years'
Example #6:

    hè (S-V-DO-V-S)
    because you get   PART PART 10 percent of the amount may you self keep
    `You get/may keep 10 percent of the amount'
Example #7:

    zo         af (V-SU/DO-V-S)
    PART       off
    `A strip   with a width of seven centimeters is cut off '
Example #8:

    (9) Jan slaat Marie
    John hits Mary
    `John hits Mary'
Example #9:

    `part of the internal departemental budgets   are earmarked of course'
Example #10:

    (11) . . . dat Jan Marie slaat
    . . . that John Mary hits
    `that John hits Mary'
Example #11:

    (13) wie honden slaat (is een slecht mens)
    who dogs      beats (is a      bad   human)
    `whoever beats dogs (is a bad human being)'
Example #12:

    worden aan de opleidingen binnen een onderwijsinstituut.
    are      to the schools            within an educational institution
    educational institutions'
Example #13:

    (15) ik vroeg hoeveel     je denkt dat hij weegt
    I asked how-much you think that he weighs
    `I asked how much you think he weighs'
Example #14:

    en waarom je denkt te menen jouw onderzoek goed te moeten keuren.
    and why        you think to assume your research good to assess
Example #15:

    (17) die vroeg aan mij van: is die dan  getrouwd?
    that asked to me VAN: is that PART married
    who asked me like: is he married?
Example #16:

    (18) dan heb ik zoiets          van: laat maar. . .
    then have I something VAN: let PART
    `then I am like: leave it'
Example #17:

    worden nou        vergoed?
    are       PART reimbursed?
    `so far for the moment about the kind of activities that are reimbursed'
Example #18:

    (20) wordt u      geholpen?
    are    you served?
    `are you being served?'
Example #19:

    (21) kijk   maar uit
    watch PART out
    `you'd better watch out'
Example #20:

    (22) doen we
    do   we