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Poletto, Cecilia (2005). Diachronic variation in Romance I.

URL: http://egg.auf.net/05/docs/handouts/Cecilia/eggdiachronicpoletto.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-12).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2326&langcode=lld (2021-09-24).

 

Example #1:

    (51)a      T vas gonoot a ciasa sua          S. Leonardo
    you go often at home his
    `You often visit him'
Example #2:

    b   Giani, duman l vaiges-t?
    John tomorrow him see-you
    `Will you see John tomorrow?'
Example #3:

    c      Ci bel c al č pa!
    how nice that SCL is pa
    `How nice it is!'
Example #4:

    b      *E k i l a pa fat
    yes that SCL have pa done
    `Sure, I did it'
Example #5:

    c      Al a pa magari bel mangé
    SCL has pa perhaps already eaten
    `Perhaps he has already eaten'
Example #6:

    b      *A i m a domané s al n fus pa bel.
    SCL SCL me asked if SCL neg was pa nice
    He asked me whether it was nice
Example #7:

    b     Al   s cruzie c DA TRAI l a-al odů
    he   is worried that sometimes him has-he seen
    He    is worried because he saw him sometimes
Example #8:

    b    Giani, ci o-l pa?
    John what wants-he interrogative marker?
    `What does John want?'
Example #9:

    (105)a      L liber chi l tol pa?
    the book who it takes interrogative marker?
    `Who is going to take the book?'
Example #10:

    (106)a      Gonot ula va-al pa?
    often where goes-he interrogative marker?
    `Where does he often go?'
Example #11:

    (107)a      Giani, inier, ci a-al pa fat?
    John yesterday what has-he interrrogative marker done?
    `What has John done yesterday?'
Example #12:

    e       Al m a demanee Giani, can c al vagn a ciasa
    he me has asked John when that he comes at home
    `He asked me when John is coming home'
Example #13:

    (108)a      *Giani, duman l vaiges-t
    John tomorrow him see-you
    `You will see John tomorrow'
Example #14:

    b       *Giani, duman l vaiges-t?
    John tomorrow him see-you
    `Will you see John tomorrow?'