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James H. Yoon (2004). The Independence of Grammatical Case from Interpretive Factors.

URL: http://www.linguistics.uiuc.edu/jyoon/Papers/LSK-2004-proc.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3852&langcode=kor (2019-07-20).

 

Example #1:

    b. Cheli-ka Yenghi-lul son-ul             olunccok-ul cap-ass-ta
    C-nom      Y-acc          hand-acc right.one-acc catch-pst-decl
    `Cheli caught Yenghi by her right hand (not the left).'
Example #2:

    c. Na-nun yenghwa-ka/lul po-ko       siph-ta
    I-top      movie-nom/acc see-comp want-decl
    `I want to watch a movie.'
Example #3:

    b. Austin-eyse-ka Bill-i          kacang        hayngpok-hay-ss-ess-ta
    Austin-loc-nom B-nom           most          happy-do-pst-perf-decl
    `(Of all the places he's lived in, it was)   in Austin (that) Bill was the happi
Example #4:

    b. Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul          yengli-ha-ta-ko    sayngkakha-n-ta
    C-top       Y-acc             smart-do-decl-comp think-prs-decl
    `Cheli thinks of Yenghi     that she is smart.'
Example #5:

    (8)     a.      Cheli-eykey ton-i             manh-ta
    C-dat          money-nom a.lot-decl
    `Cheli has a lot of money.'
Example #6:

    b. Cheli-hanthey-ka      ton-i              manh-ta
    C-dat-nom             money              a.lot-decl
    `Cheli has a lot of money.'
Example #7:

    c. %Yoon kyoswunim-eykey/kkey-ka               Yenghi-ka      mwusew-usi-ta
    Y         professor-dat/hon.dat-nom       Y-nom         fearsome-hon-decl
    `(It is) Professor Yoon (who) is afraid of Yenghi'
Example #8:

    g. *?haksayngtul-i ton-i              seys-eykey       philyoha-ta
    students-nom money-nom three-dat             necessary-decl
    `(It is) three students (who) need money.'
Example #9:

    a. %cipan-eyse-ka          Swuni-eykey       namphyen-i        mwusep-ta
    house-loc-nom           S-dat             husband-nom       fearsome-decl
    `It is in the house that Swuni is scared of her husband.'
Example #10:

    c. ecey-pwuthe-ka             nalssi-ka          coh-a         ci-ess-ta
    yesterday-from-nom         weather-nom        good-comp     become-pst-decl
    `The weather turned nice from yesterday.'
Example #11:

    Ani. Yenghi-eykey-ka       (Chelswu-ka)     coh-un        kes    kath-a
    No. Y-dat-nom              C-nom            good-adn      thing seem-decl
    `Swuni seems to like Chelswu. No. Yenghi seems to like Chelswu.'
Example #12:

    c. sopangswutul-eykey-ka         kyewul-palam-i       mwusep-ta
    firemen-dat-nom               winter-wind-nom      fearsome-decl
    `Firemen fear the wintry chill.'
Example #13:

    (i )    Pangan-ulo-*(ka)                    macnun      panghyang-i-ta
    room.inside-towardPOST-nom          correct     direction-cop-decl
    `Toward the room is the correct direction.'
Example #14:

    Pihayngki-ka       747-i          khu-ta
    Airplane-nom       747-nom        big-decl
    `As for airplanes, the 747 is big.'
Example #15:

    Na-nun Yenghi-lul apeci-ka              pwuca-la-ko             sayngkakhanta
    I-top      Y-acc         father-nom rich.person-decl-comp       think
    `I consider Yenghi's father a rich man.'
Example #16:

    c. Austin-eyse-ka/*lul        Cheli-ka kongpwu-lul cal          hay-ss-ess-ta
    A-loc-nom/*acc             C-nom     study-acc      well     do-perf-pst-decl
    `It was while he was in Austin that Cheli did well in his   studies.'
Example #17:

    (33)   a. Cheli-ka(MS)       apeci-ka(GS)            pwuca-i-si-ta
    C-nom              father-nom              rich.person-cop-hon-decl
    `As for Cheli, his father is rich/It is   Cheli whose father is rich.'
Example #18:

    b. Yelum-i(MS)         maykcwu-ka(GS         ) choyko-i-ta
    Summer-nom         beer-nom                    best-cop-decl
    `Summer is the best time to have (a        cold) beer.'
Example #19:

    b. Yelum-ey          maykcwu-ka       choyko-i-ta
    summer-loc        beer-nom         best-cop-decl
    `Summer is th     e best time to   have beer.'
Example #20:

    b. Yelum-ey       Cheli-ka cip-ey      (nul)    onta
    summer-loc     C-nom      home-loc always    comes
    `Summer is    when Cheli (always) comes home.'
Example #21:

    b. *?Ilen conglyu-uy nokcha-kai(MS) [SP Cheli-ka(GS) cikum ei masi-ko                              iss-ta]
    this kind-gen         green.tea-nom           C-nom          now   drink-comp                 be-decl
    `(It is) this kind of green tea (that) Cheli is drinking right now.'
Example #22:

    ei po-ko           iss-ta/po-n-ta/po-l            swu iss-ta ]
    see-comp      be-decl/see-prs-decl/see-comp can be-decl
    `It is an American movie that people are watching/can watch in that movie theate
Example #23:

    (38)   Austin-eyse-ka Bill-i       kongpwu-lul ceyil cal            hay-ss-ess-ta
    A-loc-nom         B-nom     study-acc        most well do-pst-perf-decl
    `(It was) while he was in Austin (that) Bill did best in his studies.'
Example #24:

    (39)   *?Yelsi-ey-ka            Bill-i    cip-ey   tolaonta
    10p.m.-loc-nom          B-nom     home-loc returns
    `(It is) at 10 (that) Bill comes home.'
Example #25:

    (40)   a. *cangmachel-ey-ka           nay-ka     manhun chayk-ul           ilk-ess-ta
    rainy.season-loc-nom I-nom            many       book-acc       read-pst-decl
    `It was during the rainy season that I read many books.' (Youn 1998)
Example #26:

    b. ?cangmachel-ey-ka           salamtul-i    chayk-ul         manhi     ilk-nun-ta
    rainy.season-loc-nom people-nom book-acc                  a.lot     read-prs-decl
    `It is during the rainy season that people read a lot.' (Yoon 2001/to appear)
Example #27:

    (41)    Cheli-hanthey-ka      ton-i          manh-un kes-katha
    C-dat-nom             money-nom a.lot-adn thing-seems
    `It seems that Cheli has a lot of money.'
Example #28:

    b. Cheli-ka apeci-ka            hakkyo-ey       onul o-si-ess-ta
    C-nom        father-nom school-loc          today come-hon-pst-decl
    `As for/Speaking of Cheli, his father came to school today.'
Example #29:

    (44)   a. pihayngki-ka        747-i      khu-ta-nun         sasil-ul mollassta
    airplane-nom       747-nom big-decl-adnom fact-acc not.know
    `I didn't know about the fact that the airplane 747 is big.'
Example #30:

    b. ?Cheli-ka apeci-ka         hakkyo-ey       o-si-n             sasil-i  allieciessta
    C-nom       father-nom school-loc         come-hon-adnom     fact-nom became.known
    `The fact that Cheli's father came to school became known.'
Example #31:

    iceykkes sokassta
    till.now deceived
    `If Cheli in fact has a lot of money, we were being deceived until now.'
Example #32:

    b. Cheli-hanthey-ka        ton-i         manh-kwuna!
    C-dat-nom               money-nom a.lot-I.see
    `I see now that Cheli has a lot of money.'
Example #33:

    allieciessta
    became.known
    `The fact that (it was) in Austin that Bill did best in his studies became known
Example #34:

    (46)    a. Dodge thulek-ey      HEMI-engine-i iss-ta
    Dodge truck-loc      H-engine-nom be-exist
    ?`On that Dodge truck (on the flatbed), there is a HEMI engine.'
Example #35:

    b. Dodge thulek-ey-ka       HEMI-engine-i iss-ta
    Dodge truck-loc-nom H-engine-nom be-exist
    *?'The HEMI engine is on the Dodge (not the Ford)'
Example #36:

    c. Dodge thulek-ey-nun      HEMI-engine-i iss-ta
    Dodge truck-loc-top      H-engine-nom be-exist
    *?'On the Dodge (and not on the Ford) is a HEMI engine.'
Example #37:

    a. Cheli-eykey(GS) ton-i           philyoha-ta
    C-dat             money-nom necessary-decl
    `Cheli needs money'
Example #38:

    b. Cheli-eykey-kai (MS) [ei (GS) ton-i              philyoha-ta]
    C-DAT-nom                          money-nom necessary-decl
    `It is Cheli who needs money.'
Example #39:

    (i) Ku     noin-eykey (nulkumak-ey) yeca-ka           sayngki-ess-ta
    that old.man-dat old.age-loc            woman-nom come.to.have-pst-decl
    `That old man got a lover in his old age.'
Example #40:

    (ii) Ku       noin-eykey-ka        (nulkumak-ey) yeca-ka        sayngki-ess-ta
    that old.man-dat-nom          old.age-loc        woman-nom come.to.have-pst-decl
    `It is that old man who got a lover in his old age.'
Example #41:

    (iii)   [ku        noin-eykey t          sayngki-n]            yeca-(chinkwu)
    that       old.man-dat           come.to.have-rel      woman-(friend)
    ` Th e   lover/girlfriend that   the old man got'
Example #42:

    (vii)   a. Ku      ai-ka          apeci-ka   pwuca-i-ta
    that child-nom         father-nom rich-cop-decl
    `That child's father is rich.'
Example #43:

    (viii) a. Yelum-i           maykcwu-ka         choyko-i-ta
    Summer-nom        beer-nom           best-cop-decl
    `Summer is the best time for beer.'
Example #44:

    b. [t maykcwu-ka         choyko-i-n]       yelum
    beer-nom          best-cop-rel      summer
    `Summer, when it is best to have beer'
Example #45:

    c. *[Yelum-i     t       choyko-i-n]       maykcwu
    Summer-nom          best-cop-rel      beer
    `Beer, which is best to have in the summer'