Datapoint Afrikaans/Co-occurrence of demonstrative and definite article

The definite article die is formally very similar to the demonstrative dié ('this/these'), but they are regarded as different here, so value 2, not value 3 is chosen. [Note the acute accent on <e> in the demonstrative, which signals the fact that the demonstrative is distinguished from the determiner on the basis of stress, which is obligatory for the demonstrative.] Hierdie ('this/these') and daardie ('that/those') - which do no cooccur with the definite article either - clearly differ from die and yet are both constructed around the definite article: die.

Values

No co-occurrence

Example 29-52:
*hierdie die boek, *daardie die huis
*hierdie
prox.dem
die
def.art
boek,
book
*daardie
dist.dem
die
def.art
huis
house
NOT: *this the book, *that the house
Example 29-53:
die week vs. dié week (*dié die week)
die
def.art
week
week
vs.
vs.
dié
prox.dem
week
week
(*dié
(prox.dem
die
def.art
week)
week)
the week vs. this week (NOT: *this the week)
Confidence:
Very certain