The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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Vera Lee-Schoenfeld (2006). German Possessor Datives.

URL: http://people.ucsc.edu/~vls/Papers/Possessor_Datives_JCGL.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2591&langcode=heb (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    c. ha-yalda kilkela le-Dan             et ha-radio.
    the-girl     spoiled   to-Dan (DAT) ACC the-radio
    `The girl broke Dan's radio.'
Example #2:

    (9)     a. Gil gar le-Rina ba-xacer.
    Gil lives to-Rina   in-the-yard
    `Gil lives in Rina's yard.'
Example #3:

    (12)     a. *ha-kelev hitrocec le-Rina
    the-dog        ran-around to-Rina
    `Rina's dog ran around.'
Example #4:

    (31)      a. Gil lakax le-Rina et ha-tik.
    Gil took    to-Rina     Acc the-bag
    `Gil took Rina's bag.'
Example #5:

    (32)      a. Gil histakel le-Rina al ha-bayit.
    Gil looked-at    to-Rina     on the-house
    `Gil looked at Rina's house.'
Example #6:

    (33)      a. Gil maca le-Rina et ha-taba `at.
    Gil found to-Rina ACC the-ring
    `Gil found Rina's ring.'
Example #7:

    (34)      a. Gil caxak le-Rina ba-mitbax.
    Gil laughed to-Rina        in-the-kitchen
    `Gil laughed in Rina's kitchen.'
Example #8:

    (i) Gil s&avar le-Rina et ha-mis&kafayim s&el Sigal.
    Gil broke to-Rina ACC the-glasses              of Sigal
    `Gil broke Sigal's glasses on Rina.'