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Bittner, Maria (1994). CROSS-LINGUISTIC SEMANTICS.

URL: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~mbittner/pdf%20files%20for%20web/bittner%2094_l&p.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-11).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2150&langcode=yor (2019-06-24).

 

Example #1:

    (24)   a.    Ol    n-gbe ga w.                                                              (Bamgbose 1982)
    Olu [[PRG-take chair] come]
    `Olu is bringing a chair.'
Example #2:

    b.    Aj         r     aso    j          gb     w                                  (Awyal 1988)
    A j e [[[[saw dress] steal] take] wear]
    `Aje saw a dress, stole it, and put it on.'
Example #3:

    c.    Ol      fi      s     gn      omo n                                         (Bamgbose 1974)
    Olu [[held nail] pierce child the]
    (Lit. `...held a nail and the nail pierced the child.')
Example #4:

    d.    Ol    lo        aso     n gb                                                  (Bamgbose 1974)
    Olu [[used dress the] worn.out]
    `Olu used the dress and it became worn out.'
Example #5:

    (25)   a.     Ol w
    Olu came
    `Olu came.'
Example #6:

    b.     ww     ni    Ol w
    coming FOC Olu came
    `Olu DID come.'
Example #7:

    (26)   a.     gbgb ni     Ol gb        ga    w
    taking FOC Olu [[took chair] come]
    `Olu DID bring a chair.'
Example #8:

    b.   *ww      ni    Ol gb        ga     w
    coming FOC Olu [[took chair] come]
    (`Olu DID bring a chair.')
Example #9:

    (27)   a.    Ol ra                    p         je                                                        (Bamgbose 1982)
    Olu [[bought groundnuts] eat]
    `Bola bought and ate some groundnuts.'
Example #10:

    b.    Fmi t                    Akin    sub                                                         (Lord 1974)
    F.     [[pushed Akin] fall]
    `Femi pushed Akin down.'
Example #11:

    (29)    a.    Ol ti Kofi j.de                      p/pap.                                        (Akinlabi, p.c.)
    Olu and Kofi went.out together
    `Olu and Kofi went out together.'
Example #12:

    b.   *Ol j.de               p/pap.                                                        (Akinlabi, p.c.)
    Olu went.out together
    (`Olu went out together.')
Example #13:

    c.   *Ol         b          omo n j.de                 p/pap.                          (Akinlabi, p.c.)
    Olu [[scolded child the] go.out together]
    (`O. scolded the child, and O. went out together, and the child went out togethe