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dislocated: dislocated elements

The dislocated label is used for fronted or postposed elements that do not fulfill the usual core grammatical relations of a sentence. These elements often appear to be in the periphery of the sentence, and may be separated off with a comma intonation. Few examples of this have been observed in the Irish treebank thus far.

Examples

(5 marc) (iv) Breac síos dhá phointe eolais i dtaobh an fhiontair Aisling na nÓg. `(5 marks) (iv) Write down two points of information in relation to the adventure of Aisling na nÓg.

(5 marc) (iv) Breac síos dhá phointe eolais i dtaobh an fhiontair Aisling na nÓg. \n (5 marks) (iv) Write down two points_of information in relation_to the adventure_of Aisling na nÓg.
dislocated(Breac, marc))

B’iontach leis nár chuir Dia cosc leo; a chlann féin bhí siad imithe chun donais. `He was delighted that God didn’t refuse them; his own family, they were beyond help’

B'iontach leis nár chuir Dia cosc leo; a chlann féin bhí siad imithe chun donais. \n . Was_delight with him that_did_not put God restraint with_them; his family own were they gone towards misfortune.
dislocated(bhí, chlann)
parataxis(B'iontach, bhí)

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