The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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Wunderlich, Dieter (2000). On the inverse type of argument linking.

URL: http://web.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/~wdl/inv-type.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-02-15).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 105&langcode=crk (2018-10-20).


Example #1:

    a. Ni -seekih -aa       -naan      atim.
    1 -scare    -DIRECT -1pl        dog
    `We scare the dog'
Example #2:

    b. Ni -seekih -iko      -naan      atim
    1 -scare    -INVERSE -1pl       dog
    `The dog scares us'
Example #3:

    a. caan waapam-eew o-stees-a                w-iik-ihk
    John see-DIRECT [3-brother]-OBV 3-house-at
    `Johnprox saw hisprox older brotherobv at hisprox house'
Example #4:

    a. caan waapam-eew o-stees-a                w-iik-iż-ihk
    John see-DIRECT [3-brother]-OBV 3-house-OBV.POSS-at
    `John saw his older brotherobv at hisobv house'
Example #5:

    b. naapeew atimw-a waapam-eew ee-sipweehtee-yit
    man      dog-OBV see-DIRECT        CONJUNCT-leave-3OBV
    `The man saw the dogobv as heobv left'