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Idan Landau (2005). The Locative Syntax of Experiencers.

URL: http://www.bgu.ac.il/~idanl/files/psych.July05.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 4041&langcode=heb (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    (16) a.    yes be-Gil eyva gdola klapey soxney bituax.
    there-is in-Gil rancor great toward agents-of insurance
    'Gil has a great rancor toward insurance agents'
Example #2:

    b.    yes be-tox Rina tsuka amitit le-omanut.
    there-is inside Rina passion real to-art
    'Inside Rina there is a real passion for art'
Example #3:

    b.    ha-setax kavus al-yedey cava zar.
    the-area occupied by army foreign
    `The area is occupied by a foreign army'
Example #4:

    (26) a.    * ha-xalon savur al-yedey/me-/be-/al pirxaxim.
    the-window broken by/from/in/on rogues
    `The window is broken by rogues'
Example #5:

    (28) a.    Rina lavsa xulca.
    Rina wore shirt
    `Rina wore a shirt'
Example #6:

    b.    Gil hilbis et Rina be-xulca.
    Gil dress acc. Rina in-shirt
    `Gil dressed Rina with a shirt'
Example #7:

    c.    Rina katva mixtav.
    Rina wrote letter
    `Rina wrote a letter'
Example #8:

    d.    Gil hixtiv le-Rina et ha-mixtav.
    Gil dictated to-Rina acc. the-letter
    `Gil dictated the letter to Rina'
Example #9:

    (29) a.    Gil sana/xibev et beyt-ha-sefer.
    Gil hated/like acc. the-school
    `Gil hated/liked school'
Example #10:

    (31) a.      ha-seret hipil paxad al Gil.
    the-movie dropped fear on Gil
    `The movie frightened Gil'
Example #11:

    (64) a.         ha-is1 se-Rina hikira (?oto1) higia.
    the-man the-Rina knew (?him) arrived
    `The man that Rina knew has arrived'
Example #12:

    b.     ha-is1 se-Rina xasva al-*(av1 pro1) higia.
    the-man that-Rina thought of-*(him) arrived
    `The man that Rina thought of has arrived'
Example #13:

    b.     ha-muamadim se-ha-itonay hiftia (otam) lo amru mila.
    the-candidates that-the-journalist surprised (them) not said word
    `The candidates that the journalist surprised did not utter a word'
Example #14:

    (66) a.         limadti et ha-yeladim et ha-sir.
    I-taught acc. the-children acc. the-song
    `I taught the children the song'
Example #15:

    b.     ha-sir se-limadti et ha-yeladim (?oto) haya arox.
    the-song that-I-taught acc. the-children (?it) was long
    `The song I taught the children was long'
Example #16:

    c.     ha-yeladim se-limadti *(otam) et ha-sir hayu xasrey-savlanut
    the-children that-I-taught *(them) acc. the-song were lacking-patience
    `The children I taught the song to were impatient'
Example #17:

    (67) a. ? Eyze sxenim lo yadata im Rina hitrida?
    which neighbors not know-2sg.M whether Rina bothered
    `Which neighbors didn't you know whether Rina bothered?'
Example #18:

    b. ?* Eyze sxenim lo yadata im ha-aspa hitrida?
    which neighbors not know-2sg.M whether the-garbage bothered
    `Which neighbors didn't you know whether the garbage bothered?'
Example #19:

    b.     Abbiamo insegnato ai bambini a piacersi.
    have taught to-the children to appeal-si
    `We taught the children to like themselves / think highly of themselves'
Example #20:

    b.    hu xaser et ha-nexisut ha-nexuca.
    he.NOM misses acc. the-resolve the-necessary
    'He misses the necessary resolve'                                       (Hebrew)
Example #21:

    (130) a.     Gil hufta me-/al-yedey ha-orxim.
    Gil was-surprised of/by the-guests
    `Gil was surprised at/by the guests'
Example #22:

    b.     Gil hufta me/*al-yedey ha-xadasot.
    Gil was-surprised of/*by the-news
    `Gil was surprised at/*by the news'
Example #23:

    (131) a.     Gil hitrages me-/*al-yedey ha-seret.
    Gil was-moved of/*by the-movie
    `Gil was moved by the movie'
Example #24:

    i.      ha-bama hustera al-yedey ha-masax.
    the-stage was-hidden by the-screen
    `The stage was hidden by the screen'
Example #25:

    (132) a.      ani xosev se-huzmenu harbe studentim.
    I think that-were-invited many students
    `I think that many students were invited'
Example #26:

    b. ?? ani xosev se-hitragzu harbe studentim me-ha-svita.
    I think that-were-angry many students of-the-strike
    `I think that many students were angry at the strike'
Example #27:

    c. ?? ani xosev se-hutredu harbe studentim me-ha-svita.
    I think that-were-bothered many students of-the-strike
    `I think that many students were bothered with the strike'
Example #28:

    c.    Gil hitragez/nexrad legalot se-ha-arec agula.
    Gil was annoyed/appalled to-discover that-the-earth round
    'Gil was annoyed/appalled to discover that the earth is round'
Example #29:

    c.   * ha-bilbul (ha-mexuvan) sel Gil/ha-kolot et Rina.
    the-bafflement.CAUS.NMZ the-deliberate of Gil/the-voices acc. Rina
    `Gil's/the voices' (deliberate) bafflement of Rina'
Example #30:

    i.    A nadie lo llaman por el apellido aquí.
    to nobody cl.ACC they call by his/her last name here
    'They don't call anyone by his/her last name here'                            (M
Example #31:

    (210) a.    Gil dey hitrid et Rina (*be-xavana).
    Gil rather hitrid acc. Rina (*deliberately)
    'Gil rather bothered Rina'
Example #32:

    b.    Gil (*dey) hitrid et Rina be-xavana.
    Gil (*rather) hitrid acc. Rina deliberately
    `Gil (*rather) harassed Rina deliberately'