ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Seung-Man Kang (1997). A Comparative Analysis of SVCs and Korean V-V Compounds.

URL: http://fccl.ksu.ru/issue001/conf_gen.97/kang.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 29&langcode=kor (2019-08-20).

 

Example #1:

    a. Chelsu-nun pam-ul         kuw-e mek-ess-ta.
    Chelsu-Top chestnut-Acc broil-Inf eat-Past-Dec
    'Chelsu ate the chestnut by broiling (it)'
Example #2:

    b. kkot-i      mal-a cuk-ess-ta.
    flower-Nom dry-Inf die-ess-ta
    'The flower withered to death'
Example #3:

    (7)   a. Chelsu-nun pam-ul         kuw-e mek-ess-ta.
    Top chestnut-Acc broil-Inf eat-Past-Dec
    'Chelsu broiled and ate the chestnut' (lit. 'Chelsu broil-ate the chestnut')
Example #4:

    b. say-ka     nal-a ka-ss-ta
    bird-Nom fly-Inf go-Past-Dec
    'The bird flew away' (lit. 'the bird fly-went')
Example #5:

    (11) a. John-i kaymi-lul nul-e      cuki-ess-ta.
    Nom ant-Acc crush-Inf kill-Past-Dec
    'John killed the ant by crushing it'       (Yi 1996: 2)
Example #6:

    b. ku keci-ka       kulm-e cuk-ess-ta.
    that beggar-Nom starve-Inf die-Past-Dec
    'The beggar starved to death'
Example #7:

    (27) a. John-i kaymi-lul nul-e      cuki-ess-ta. (=10a)
    Nom ant-Acc crush-Inf kill-Past-Dec
    'John killed the ant by crushing it'        (Yi 1996: 2)
Example #8:

    b. Chelsu-ka koki-lul kuw-e mek-ess-ta.
    Chelsu-Nom meat-Acc roast-Inf eat-Past-Dec
    'Chelsu ate meat by roasting it'
Example #9:

    (28) a. *John-i kaymi-lul nul-e         cuk-ess-ta.
    John-Nom ant-Acc crush-Inf die-Past-Dec
    'John crushed the ant and as a result it died'
Example #10:

    (29) a. kkoch-i     mal-a cuk-ess-ta.
    flower-Nom dry-Inf die-Past-Dec
    'The flower withered to death'
Example #11:

    b. kong-i thuy-e       ol-ass-ta.
    ball-Nom bounce-Inf go up-Past-Dec
    'The ball bounced up'
Example #12:

    (30) a. John-i     hunuki-e ul-ess-ta.
    John-Nom sob-Inf cry-Past-Dec
    'John cried out'
Example #13:

    b. *John-i     us-e     ca-ss-ta.
    John-Nom laugh-Inf sleep-Past-Dec
    'John slept by laughing'                             (Yi 1996: 11)
Example #14:

    a. John-i koki-lul kuw-e mek-ki-nun kuw-e mek-ess-ciman
    Nom meat-Acc broil-Inf eat-Noml-Top broil-Inf eat-Past-but
    'John broiled and ate the meat, but ...'
Example #15:

    (33) a. Suni-ka koki-lul kuw-e mek-ess-ta.
    Nom meat-Acc broil-Inf eat-Past-Dec
    'Suni broiled the meat and ate (it)'
Example #16:

    (41) a. Suni-ka koki-lul kuw-e mek-ess-ta.
    Nom meat-Acc broil-Inf eat-Past-Dec
    'Suni broiled the meat and ate (it)'
Example #17:

    (42) a. kkoch-i     mal-a cuk-ess-ta.
    flower-Nom dry-Inf die-Past-Dec
    'The flower withered to death'
Example #18:

    (43) Toli-ka ku chayk-ul kaci-e o/ka-ass-ta.
    Toli-Nom that book-Acc get-Inf come/go-Past-Dec
    'Toli brought/took the book'
Example #19:

    (44) a. Toli-ka ku chayk-ul kaci-e o/ka-ki-nun        kaci-e o/ka-ass-ciman
    Toli-Nom that book-Acc get-Inf come/go-Nml-Top get-Inf come/go-Past-but
    'Toli brought/took that book, but ...'