A Descriptive Syntax of the Peterborough Chronicle from by David L. Shores

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Seventy-nine (45 per cent) of the patterns consisted of the finite verb + past participle. The other three complex verb constructions were sequences of three verbs. Two of these consisted of finite verb + infinitive + past participle; the other consisted of finite verb + past participle + to-infinitive. Not counted in the number of 177 complex verbs were three patterns which will be briefly discussed once the others have been illustrated with examples from the corpus. It has already been shown that the patterns were separated according to the verbal elements they contained.

5) (2) y se pe pet ne wolden done forgede his circe .... 3-4) (3) nu him behofedpet he crape in his mycele codde in xlc hyrne .... 4. The Pronominal Adjective or Modified-Pronominal Adjective Phrase There were twelve subject slots (2 per cent) which were filled by pronominal adjectives. Only one was in a dependent clause. Six different examples are presented here: (1) ac iedon ealle samodlice to Jjone kyng .... felaoöre wendan fram him .... 11-12) (3) Se an was gehaten Petrus. 18) (4) Se oder het Gregorius.

Passive Except for the old interesting passive form hatte (from hatan), the notional passive was usually formed and expressed periphrastically with either beon/wesan or weorpan. There were five examples of hatte and het,z one of which is the following: y hatte he Sancte Willelm. 'And he was called St. 2) The general use of hatan (in the past participial form) in this corpus was with the auxiliary beon/wesan as in the following example: ... l>a geaf he {Done biscoprice of Lincoln an clerc Alexander wxs gehaten.

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