ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Bentzen, Kristine (2002). I like not it like du like it! A case study of language transfer in bilingual first language acquisi.

URL: http://www.hum.uit.no/a/bentzen/K.Bentzen/Bentzen.Thesis.2000.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-29).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 890&langcode=nob (2019-05-25).

 

Example #1:

    (25)    a. bilen
    car-DEF:MASC
    "the car"
Example #2:

    b. boka
    book-DEF:FEM
    "the book"
Example #3:

    c. huset
    house-DEF:NEU
    "the house"
Example #4:

    (26)    a. et     stort      hus
    a:NEU big:NEU house
    "a big house"
Example #5:

    b. det        store huset
    ART:NEU big house-DEF:NEU
    "the big house"
Example #6:

    (27)      det      huset
    that:NEU house-DEF:NEU
    "that house"
Example #7:

    (54)    [CP I går [C gikki] [IP hun [I ti] [VP [V ti] på kino]]]
    yesterday went she on cinema
    "Yesterday she went to the cinema"
Example #8:

    (55)    [CP Kjentei [IP hun [I ti] [VP [V ti] mannen]]]
    knew she man-DEF
    "Did she know the man?"
Example #9:

    (56)   [CP Hunj [C kjenneri] [IP tj [I ti] [VP ikke [VP [V ti] mannen]]]]
    she knows not man-DEF
    "She does not know the man"
Example #10:

    (12)     I går gikk jeg på kino
    yesterday went I to the cinema
    (13)     Yesterday I went to the cinema
Example #11:

    b. Den er ikke farlig                                                 2;7.10
    it is not dangerous
    "It is not dangerous"
Example #12:

    b. Er det der en frosk?                                               2;9.25
    is that there a frog
    "Is that a frog?"
Example #13:

    c. Har dokker en fat?                                        2;9.25
    have you a plate
    "Do you have a plate?"
Example #14:

    (41)    Æ vil ha min kua der oppi                                                       2;8.7
    I want have my cow-the there up-in
    "I want to have my cow in there"
Example #15:

    (43)    mamma min                                                              Henning 2;3.24
    mother my
    "my mother"
Example #16:

    b. den fine bilen min
    the nice car-the my
    "my nice car"
Example #17:

    (46)    Den går opp i lufta                                                             2;7:10
    it goes up in air-the
    "It goes up in the air."
Example #18:

    b. den røde traktoren                                              Henning 2;6.22
    the red tractor-the
    "the red tractor"
Example #19:

    c. Ikke store kniven                                               Henning 2;4.4
    not big knife-the
    "Not the big knife"
Example #20:

    (48)    Den tog har æ fått mi mamma                                              2;7.10
    that train have I got my mum
    "My mum has given me that train."
Example #21:

    (49)    Se den sangen!                                                                  2;7.21
    see that song-the
    "Look at that song!"
Example #22:

    (51)    Og den store grisen må sove                                                     2;10.9
    and the big pig-the must sleep
    "And the big pig must sleep"
Example #23:

    (57)   a. Den går opp i lufta                                                2;7:10
    it goes up in air-the
    "It goes up in the air"
Example #24:

    b. Den tog har æ fått mi mamma                                        2;7.10
    that train have I got my mum
    "My mum has given me that train"