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John’s car repaired : Variation in the position of Past Participles in the Verbal Cluster in Dutch. . / Barbiers, Sjef; Bennis, H.J.; Dros-Hendriks, L.D.H.

From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne. ed. / Martijn Weiling; Martin Kroon; Gertjan van Noord; Gosse Bouma. College Publications, 2017. p. 23-31.

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Harvard

Barbiers, S, Bennis, HJ & Dros-Hendriks, LDH 2017, John’s car repaired: Variation in the position of Past Participles in the Verbal Cluster in Dutch. . in M Weiling, MK, GVN & G Bouma (eds), From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne. College Publications, pp. 23-31.

APA

Barbiers, S., Bennis, H. J., & Dros-Hendriks, L. D. H. (2017). John’s car repaired: Variation in the position of Past Participles in the Verbal Cluster in Dutch. . In M. Weiling, M. K., G. V. N., & G. Bouma (Eds.), From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne (pp. 23-31). College Publications.

Vancouver

Barbiers S, Bennis HJ, Dros-Hendriks LDH. John’s car repaired: Variation in the position of Past Participles in the Verbal Cluster in Dutch. . In Weiling M, MK, GVN, Bouma G, editors, From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne. College Publications. 2017. p. 23-31

Author

Barbiers, Sjef ; Bennis, H.J. ; Dros-Hendriks, L.D.H. / John’s car repaired : Variation in the position of Past Participles in the Verbal Cluster in Dutch. . From semantics to dialectometry: Festschrift in honor of John Nerbonne. editor / Martijn Weiling ; Martin Kroon ; Gertjan van Noord ; Gosse Bouma. College Publications, 2017. pp. 23-31

BibTeX

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abstract = "Although sentence final verbal clusters in dialects of Dutch demonstrate a large amount of variation in the order of verbs, we argue that this is only apparently so. We take each dialect to allow just one order of verbs in three-verb clusters with a past participle. In the north of the Dutch language area, the order is descending (V3-V2-V1) and the rest of the dialects show an ascending order (V1-V2-V3). The large amount of apparent counterexamples will be explained by independently motivated, interfering properties. First, participles might be V-type or A-type. Only V-type participles occur in V-positions in the verbal cluster. Secondly, non-verbal elements (such as A-type participles) may interrupt a verbal cluster. We will show that the distribution of the different orders in dialects of Dutch strongly supports such a restrictive approach. We thus take this to be an argument that a structural approach to dialectology is required to gain insight in the properties of the formation of verbal clusters in Dutch.",
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