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Peter Svenonius (1996). The Verb-Particle Alternation in the Scandinavian Languages.

URL: http://www.hum.uit.no/a/svenonius/papers/Svenonius96VPASL.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1402&langcode=nob (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    (5)    a.    Han har dratt hjemover.                                               (Nor)
    he has gone home-over
    `He has headed home'
Example #2:

    b.    De kom vestfra.
    They came west-from
    `They came from the west'
Example #3:

    (9)     a.     Det datt {ut} noen jordbr {ut}.                                              (Nor)
    there fell out some strawberries out
    `Some strawberries fell out'
Example #4:

    b.     Det ramlet {ned} tre flasker {ned}.
    there tumbled down three bottles down
    `Three bottles tumbled down'
Example #5:

    (19)         Vi s det danses.                                                    (Nor)
    we saw there be.danced
    `We saw dancing going on'
Example #6:

    b.    Vi> hentum {t} hundinum {t}.                                                    (Ice)
    we threw out the.dog       out
    `We threw {out} the dog {out}'
Example #7:

    d.    Ma>urinn hefur drukki> {upp} vni> {upp}.                                         (Ice)
    the.man has drunk        up the.wine up
    `The man has drunk {up} the wine {up}'
Example #8:

    b.    Vi> hentum {*t}       hundinum     {t} r hsinu.                               (Ice)
    we threw    out        the.dog       out of the.house
    `We threw the dog      out of the   house'
Example #9:

    b.    Vi>   hentum {*t} honum {t}.                                                    (Ice)
    we    threw     out it    out
    `We   threw it out'
Example #10:

    (30)     a.    Kokken brennte {*svart} kyllingen {svart}.                                       (Nor)
    the.cook burned    black the.chicken black
    `The cook burned the chicken black'
Example #11:

    b.    Musikerne     ans    {*over} konserten {over}.                                  (Nor)
    the.musicians considered over the.concert over
    `The musicians considered the concert over'
Example #12:

    (31)    a.     Aktivistene slapp {fri} prvekaninene {fri}.                                    (Nor)
    the.activists let   free the.test.rabbits free
    `The activists released the guinea pigs'
Example #13:

    b.     Vi heiste {ls} vraket {ls}.
    we hoisted loose the.wreck loose
    `We hoisted the car free'
Example #14:

    [ii] Da kledde han {p seg} genseren {p seg}.                                            (Nor)
    then clad    he on RFX the.sweater on RFX
    `Then he put the sweater on'
Example #15:

    b.    Vi {tok fra / fratok} han alt ansvar.                                 (Nor)
    we took from from.took him all responsibility
    `We absolved him of all responsibility'
Example #16:

    (68)   a.    Vil du      trille {inn} sykkelen {*inn}?                (Romsdalsml)
    will you   roll     in the.bicycle in
    `Would     you wheel in the bicycle?'
Example #17:

    b.    Vil du     trille {*inn} han {inn}?
    will you   roll      in him in
    `Would     you wheel it in?'