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Whereon sat John Jan zat ergens (d) ergens op John sat op somewhere on (e) neraens OP Jan zat nergens op John sat nowhere on overal Jan zat (f) overal op op John sat everywhere on Notice that also in the examples (d-f), we find that the adverbial part means something quite different from what it means when it is used as an adverb of place: in (d), eraens means "something", but not "somewhere"; in (e), neraens means "nothing", but not "nowhere"; in (f), overal means "everything" but not "everywhere".
Therefore, only the "bare" DP can be interpreted as DA in each position. Case assignment in German "NPs" seems to be neither structural nor morphological. These facts can be accounted for under the assumption that German noun phrases fit partly into an M-System, and partly into an S-System. Their base structure is parallel to the base structure of sentences in MSystems; with respect to Case assignment the same restrictions have to be fulfilled as are required for Case assignment in S-Systems in general.
CHRISTA BHATT 37 8. g. *Ankommer "arriver" vs. Spätankommer "late-arriver", »Aufsteher "riser" vs. Frühaufsteher "early riser". The reason for this seems to lie in the "agentivity" of their arguments. g. *Spätwachser "late-grower", *Spätertrinker "late-drowner", *Frühsterber "early-dier". Fanselow (1988) argues for a further condition on the derivation of agentive eNs namely that the argument of the eVs has to be [ +concrete] . This condition is not strong enough, however, as the above mentioned ungrammatical examples with [ +concrete] arguments indicate.
A Grammar of the Cree Language, as Spoken by the Cree Indians of North America by John Horden