LINGUIST List 22.1203
Sat Mar 12 2011
Qs: zich & zichzelf in Dutch Sentences
Editor for this issue: Danielle St. Jean
1. Youssef Haddad ,
zich & zichzelf in Dutch Sentences
Message 1: zich & zichzelf in Dutch Sentences
From: Youssef Haddad <yahufl.edu>
Subject: zich & zichzelf in Dutch Sentences
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I need the help of native speakers of Dutch to let me know whethersentences (1) through (8) are acceptable or unacceptable (or probablydegraded) in Dutch. The answers to my query will help with an articleon control and binding I'm working on. My e-mail address isyahufl.edu.
Thank you, - Youssef
(1) John bewondert zichzelf.(2) John bewondert zich.
(3) Ze zag zichzelf in de spiegel.(4) Ze zag zich in de spiegel
In a museum, John saw a statue of himself depicting him as a knight:(5) John bewondert zichzelf als standbeeld/ ridder.(6) John bewondert zich als standbeeld/ ridder.
(7) Ze zag zichzelf als een standbeeld.(8) Ze zag zich als een standbeeld.
Subject Language(s): Dutch (nld)
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