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Green, Melanie & Chris H. Reintges (2004). Coptic Second Tenses and Hausa Relative Aspects: a comparative view.

URL: http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Users/melanieg/ZAS.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-02-18).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1280&langcode=cop (2018-01-20).


Example #1:

    (5)   a. are    tei- nne         tawe m ntsnous n-low n- nne kata rompe
    HABIT this:sf-date.palm yield twelve      of-bunch of-date       per year
    `This date-palm yields twelve bunches of dates per year.' C (Budge, Martyrd. 208
Example #2:

    (6)   a. a      te.f-s ne          l      n-ne.f-kees
    PERF DD:sf.3sm-sister gather DO.marker-DD:pl.3sm-bones
    `His (Apa Mena's) sister gathered his bones' (Mena, Mirc. 4a: 1-2, ed. Drescher)
Example #3:

    a. e-i-na-ti             u     na-k
    REL(-FUT)-1s-GO-give what to-2sm
    `What shall I give you?' (Gen. 30:31)C
Example #4:

    a. nt-a       nim t po      na-f      n-tei-hipomon
    REL-PERF who acquire for-3sm DO-this:sf-endurance
    `Who has acquired such an endurance?'
Example #5:

    (13) Q: e-r- k               e-t n
    REL(-PRES)-2sf-come to-where
    `WHERE are you going to?'
Example #6:

    A: e-i- k               e-p-topos        n apa m na nt-a- l l
    REL(-PRES)-1s-come to -def:sm-shrine of Apa Mena CONJ-1s-pray
    `I am on my way TO THE SHRINE OF APA MNA to pray.' (Mena, Mirc. 27b:22-25)C
Example #7:

    (19) a. nim a-f-ent-k             e-pei-ma                                                Subject questions
    who PERF-3sm-bring-2sm to-this-place
    `Who brought you here?' (KHML I 3:7-8, ed. Till)C
Example #8:

    (22) Q: nim a-f-ent-k              e-pei-ma
    who PERF-3sm-bring-2sm to-this-place
    `WHO brought you here?'
Example #9:

    A: j sus a-f-ent              e-pei-ma
    Jesus PERF-3sm-bring(-1s) to-this:sm-place
    `JESUS brought me here' (KHML I 3:7-8)C
Example #10:

    hrai h n te.f-ape [CP nt-a-u-t po-n          n-h t-s ]
    PCL in def:sf-tongue REL-PERF-3p-bear-1p in-body-3sf
    `And how can we understand each one in his language in which he was born?' (Acts