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Yoad Winter (2004). Choice Functions and the Semantics of Indefinites.

URL: http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/~winter/cf-course-lot2004.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1661&langcode=heb (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    (26)         i. dan makir et   rina ve/o sara
    Dan knows ACC Rina and/or Sara
    "Dan knows Rina and/or Sara"
Example #2:

    ii. dan makir et   rina ve/o et    sara
    Dan knows ACC Rina and/or ACC Sara
    "Dan knows Rina and/or Sara"
Example #3:

    ii. dan makir gam et      rina ve gam et sara
    Dan knows too ACC Rina and too ACC Sara
    "Dan knows both Rina and Sara"
Example #4:

    ii. dan makir o et     rina o et    sara
    Dan knows or ACC Rina or ACC Sara
    "Dan knows either Rina or Sara"
Example #5:

    ve et    garfunkel
    and ACC Garfunkel
    "Dylan wrote more songs than both Simon and Garfunkel" (unambiguous)
Example #6:

    (32) ha-xavera haxi tova seli (hi) mora.
    the-friend most good of-I (is) teacher
    "My best friend is a teacher"
Example #7:

    (33) dana (hi) ha-mora, lo at!
    Dana (is) the-teacher, not you
    "Dana is the teacher, not you!"
Example #8:

    b. ha-xavera haxi tova seli hi dana.
    the-friend most good of-I is Dana
    "My best friend is Dana"
Example #9:

    b. ha-mora hi at, lo dana!
    the-teacher is you, not Dana!
    "The teacher is you, not Dana!"
Example #10:

    b. dana hi eizo mora se-ani makir.
    Dana is some teacher that-I know
    "Dana is some teacher I know"
Example #11:

    (42) dana (hi) soferet ve-mora.
    Dana (is) author and-teacher
    "Dana is an author and a teacher"
Example #12:

    b. (shtey) ha-nasim halalu hen soferet ve-mora.
    (two) the-women these are author and-teacher
    "These (two) women are an author and a teacher"