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Poletto, Cecilia & Raffaella Zanuttini (2003). Making Imperatives: Evidence from Central Rhaetoromance.

URL: http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/zanuttir/publications/imperatives.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-13).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2328&langcode=lld (2021-09-24).

 

Example #1:

    (3)     a. *L^i-l!
    read-it (2nd sg)
    `Read it!'
Example #2:

    b. *Li´e-l!
    read-it (2nd pl)
    `Read it!'
Example #3:

    b. Jit *(ma) zagn!
    go ma       now (2nd pl)
    `Leave now!'
Example #4:

    (6)     a. Al v? egn.
    s.cl comes
    `He is coming.'
Example #5:

    (8)    a. M`angel ma che spo cr?   esceste.
    eat-it ma that then grow (2nd sg)
    `Eat it and you'll grow.'
Example #6:

    c. Va ma tres     ad¨erta fora!
    go ma always straight ahead (2nd sg)
    `Keep going straight ahead!'
Example #7:

    (9)       Ch al v?  egnes        ma ince osc compagn.
    that s.cl come (sub j.) ma also your friend
    `Your friend may come in as well.'
Example #8:

    (13)   a. M`ange-l     mo!
    eat-it       mo (2nd sg)
    `Eat it!'
Example #9:

    b. Mang? e-l   mo!
    eat-it       mo (2nd pl)
    `Eat it!'
Example #10:

    (14)      *M` ange-l mo ke spo cr? esceste.
    eat-it     mo that then grow (2nd sg)
    `Eat it and you'll grow.'
Example #11:

    (i)    Al e bun mo p eso ch.
    it is go o d but heavy
    `It's go o d but heavy.'
Example #12:

    (ii)   Mo f`al mo!
    but do-it mo
    `But do it!'
Example #13:

    (24)    a. Can vaste pa a Venezia?
    when go-cl pa to Venice
    `When are you going to Venice?'
Example #14:

    b. CAN vaste a Venezia?
    when go-cl to Venice?
    `WHEN are you going to Venice?'
Example #15:

    (26)        *M`angel pa che spo cr?  esceste.
    eat-it    pa that then grow
    `Eat it and you'll grow.'
Example #16:

    b. *M`angel ma pa.
    eat-it pa ma
    `Eat it!'
Example #17:

    b. Maria ne v? egn nia a ´ciasa.
    Maria neg comes neg to home
    `Maria isn't coming home.'
Example #18:

    c. Maria ne v? egn mine a ?ciasa.
    Maria neg comes neg to home
    `Maria isn't coming home.'
Example #19:

    (44)    a. Maria       ne v? egn pa a ´ciasa.
    Maria       neg comes neg to home
    `Maria       isn't coming home.'