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Fuß, Eric (2005). The Rise of Agreement A formal approach to the syntax and grammaticalization of verbal inflection -.

URL: http://web.uni-frankfurt.de/fb10/fuss/Thesis/Chapter5.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-18).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2406&langcode=roh (2021-09-24).


Example #1:

    (49) a. Las chavras charget el             aint illa chaista...
    the goats         put        he into the box...
    `He put the goats into the box...'
Example #2:

    b. Da che        discuorra el       tuotta pezza?
    of   what talks              he all    time
    `What does he talk about all the time?'
Example #3:

    a. A quests pleds suonda            ena parfetga quietezza.
    to these      words followed a          complete silence
    `A complete silence followed these words.'
Example #4:

    b. Tge      fo        pia    ti     onda?
    what makes then           your aunt
    `What is your aunt doing?'
Example #5:

    a. La    brev    ha    la    mumma scret.
    the letter has the mother            written
    `The mother wrote the letter.'
Example #6:

    b. Cura eis ella morta?
    when is       she died
    `When has she died?'
Example #7:

    a. A     que num       porta      igl cratsch             nc oz.
    and this name bears the baby-of-the-family             still today
    `And the baby of the family still bears this name today.'
Example #8:

    (iv)       A-t                         racumand       mia   Nanigna!
    CLIT.1SG.NOM-CLIT.2SG.DAT   recommend ny         Nanigna
    `I recommend my Nanigna to you!'
Example #9:

    (56) ch=i             gnit      dandettamaing n ferm temporal...
    when=it came suddenly                    a   great storm
    `when suddenly, a great storm came'
Example #10:

    (58) ci          t     lesti             ssa n marus
    that you like-SUBJUNCT now a                 lover
    `that you would like to have a lover now'
Example #11:

    (59) perquei ca la              furtga era betga daliensch
    since          the gallows was not           far-away
    `since the gallows was not far away'
Example #12:

    (62) a. chi         [ cun    quel] els      nun stetan pl...
    that     with this     they not stay             any-longer
    `that they will not stay with this one any longer'
Example #13:

    Hoz      est   vaira nervus, Paul.
    today are really nervous Paul
    `Today, (you) are really nervous, Paul.'
Example #14:

    Cu     fais      que?
    how make-2PL that
    `How do (you) make that?'
Example #15:

    b. Et      per che giain=s           r     nus in mnchia hura  priuel?
    and why          go=CLIT.1PL also we              in jeopardy hour every
    `And why do we also stand (lit. `go') in jeopardy every hour?'
Example #16:

    d. Co      haun=e             ells    crida tuotts duos.
    then have=CLIT.3PL they cried all                     both
    `Then, they both cried.'
Example #17:

    (80) a. Alura =l                              dit        il   figl: ...
    then     has-CLIT.3SG.MASC said              the son
    `Then, the son said: ...'
Example #18:

    b. Che effet         ha=la                  gn       aint il     pvel   la nouva predgia?
    which effect has-CLIT.3SG.FEM done in                    the people the new sermon
    `Which effect had the new sermon on the people?'
Example #19:

    ad els       la scossa e      partivan.
    to   them the herd and left
    `When they arrived, the others handed over the herd and left.'
Example #20:

    (81) a. Schi te      ist    cuntaint, vign=a             ia avant mezde...
    if     you are content        come=CLIT.1SG I         before noon
    `If that's fine with you, I will come before noon.'
Example #21:

    d. Par tema e=lla                  la femna        curoida ancheunter Zorten.
    for fear     is=CLIT.3SG.FEM the woman run              to                     Zorten
    `Because she was frightened, the woman ran to Zorten.'
Example #22:

    e. Dantant       n=igl          rivos       igls bernes   e          turitges.
    meanwhile are=CLIT.3PL arrived the Bernese and Zurich (people)
    `Meanwhile, the Bernese and Zurich people have arrived.'
Example #23:

    Egn da quels lev-i                 ear jou.
    one of     those wanted-1SG also I
    `I also wanted one of those.'
Example #24:

    Ascheia vain-sa         nus arviart   igl        mulegn...
    so         have-1PL we       unlocked the mill
    `So we have unlocked the mill...'
Example #25:

    Igl fetschi preaschas, -l                  el     getg.
    it is urgent               has-3SG.MASC he said
    `He said it's urgent.'
Example #26:

    Natiral       vev-in     las matns radetg            sei mailenders.
    of course had-3PL the girls          brought up Milans
    `Of course, the girls had brought up some Milans [pastries].'
Example #27:

    s las     avainas in la        bratscha.
    up the veins          in the arms
    `Immediately, then, they slashed the wrists of Seneca and his wife.'
Example #28:

    (95) Che effet           ha=la                  gn     aint il      pvel   la nouva predgia?
    which effect has=CLIT.3SG.FEM done in                  the people the new sermon
    `Which effect had the new sermon on the people?'
Example #29:

    (96) an quel mumaint =la                            riveda     er    la     mama.
    in this     moment is=clit.3sg.fem arrived also the mother
    `In this moment, the mother arrived too.'