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The preposition
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The preposition foarfor is used in the partitive question, but it cannot occur in answers to a partitive question.

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There are no grammatical examples like the following, in which an attempt is made to construe the affirmative counterpart to a partitive question:

Example 1

a. *Spannende foar boeken ha ik kocht
thrilling for books have I bought
Thrilling books, I bought
b. *Foar spannende boeken ha ik kocht
for thrilling books have I bought
Thrilling books, I bought
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