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URL: http://pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/~msyfalk/SubjectBook.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-05-31).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1184&langcode=cho (2018-12-18).


Example #1:

    (28) a.       Larry ishkin- at      lakna.
    Larry eye- NOM brown
    `Larry's eyes are brown.'
Example #2:

    b.      Larry- at      ishkin- at    lakna.
    Larry- NOM eye- NOM brown
    `Larry has brown eyes.'
Example #3:

    a.    Tobi apa- li- cha/*na oka ishko- li-       tok.
    beans eat- 1sgI- SS/*DS water drink- 1sgI- PST
    `I ate beans and drank water.'
Example #4:

    b.    Tobi apa- li- na/*cha tãchi ish- pa- tok.
    beans eat- 1sgI-           DS/*SS  corn         2sgI- eat-                                    PST
    `I ate beans and you ate corn.'
Example #5:

    (35)   a.          Sa- hohchafo- cha/na tobi nonachi-                    li-   tok.
    1sgII- hungry- SS/DS beans cook-                      1sgI- PST
    `I was hungry and cooked some beans.'
Example #6:

    b.          Soba sa-     banna- cha/na chõpa- li-                  tok.
    horse 1sgII- want- SS/DS buy- 1sgI-                    PST
    `I wanted a horse and bought it.'
Example #7:

    hõkopa- tok?
    steal-   PST
    `What did Pam steal that Charles cooked?'