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Peter de Swart (2003). Dative Pronouns, Binding, and Empty Prepositions.

URL: http://oase.uci.kun.nl/~pdeswart/presentations/Binding%20handout.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 788&langcode=dum (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    comen wesen.
    come.inf be.inf
    `He raised himself with all his wounds and welcomed him.'
Example #2:

    (14)        Nu toe, ghelden wi hem den hane.
    Now to, repay we him the chicken
    `Come on, we gonna let him pay for the chicken.'
Example #3:

    (15)        Ende    wroughede hem selven dor        den not.
    and     repent      him self   through the need
    `And    in need, he gave himself away.'
Example #4:

    (16)   ende pijnden hem ten strijde
    and pained him in.the battle
    `And they hurt each other in the battle.'
Example #5:

    (32)   als ik hem sach
    when I him saw
    `When I saw him.'
Example #6:

    (34)   a.   ende oec so beclaechden hemi ziji
    and also so lamented    him they
    `And still they lamented themselves.'