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Fernndez B. & P. Albizu (Eds.) (1998). Kasu eta Komunztaduraren gainean On Case and Agreement.

URL: http://www.gslt.hum.gu.se/~svet/links/c40filol.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-05-31).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1332&langcode=eus (2019-01-22).


Example #1:

    (15) Su-k                  Boston-ea         ju-n         s -i -an.
    you(ABS.    SG)     Boston-ALL go-PRF 2              SG.ABS   -Aux-PST
    `You went to Boston.'
Example #2:

    (i)     Orrek gixon-o-k           liburu      irakurr-i d-ab-e.
    those man-PROX.PL-ERG book(ABS) read-PRF 3PRF-Aux-3PL.ERG
    `Those men have read the book.'
Example #3:

    (42) Etorr-i            z-atza-i-zki-gu-te.                            (Standard Basque)
    come-PRF 2           ABS-Aux-DAT-ZKI-1PL.DAT-PL.ABS
    `Y'all have come to us.'
Example #4:

    (1)         a.   pro   pro     mires-ten               z-a-it-u-t
    admire-IMP              2A-PRES-PL-root-1E
    `(I) admire (you).'
Example #5:

    (2)      a.      pro pro pro eman-              -d-i-zki-zu-t
    give-PERF 3A-PRES-root-PL-2D-1E
    `(I) have given (them) (to you).'
Example #6:

    b.      Ni-k zu-ri              musu-ak-               eman-          -d-i-zki-zu-t
    I-E      you-D          kiss-DEF.PL-A           give- PERF 3A-PRES-root-PL-2D-1E
    `I have given kisses to you.'
Example #7:

    (6)     a. pro nahi -d-u-zu           [ni-k Jon-i egia oso-a-      gaur bertan esa-te-a]?
    want 3A-PRES-root-2E [I-E Jon-D truth all-DEF-A today just say-NOM-DEF]
    `Do you want me to tell Jon the truth just today?'
Example #8:

    (8)       (ogi-a-)i pro nahi -d-u-zu                        [(ogi-a-)i        [ni-k ama-ri ei erama-te-a]]?
    bread-DEF-A want 3A-PRES-root-2E [bread-DEF-A [I-E mother-D take-NOM-DEF]]
    lit.:`(The bread), do you want (the bread), for me to take it to mother?'
Example #9:

    (15) a.        ume-a-k           ama-ri        baloi-a-        eman- -d-i-o
    child-DEF-E mother-D ball-DEF-A give-PERF 3A-PRES-root-3D
    `The child has given the ball to his/her mother.'
Example #10:

    b.      baloi-a- ama-ri               ume-a-k           eman-               -d-i-o
    ball-DEF-A mother-D child-DEF-E give-PERF                             3A-PRES-root-3D
    `THE CHILD has given the ball to his/her mother.'
Example #11:

    (17) a.     [ume-a-k            ama-ri       ura-       ema-te-a-k]              (S-IO-O-V)
    [child-DEF-E        mother-D water-A         give-NOM-DEF-E]
    `The child giving water to his/her mother.'
Example #12:

    b.    [ura-         ama-ri     ume-a-k        ema-te-a-k]                  (O-IO-S-V)
    [water-A       mother-D child-DEF-E give-NOM-DEF-E]
    `THE CHILD giving water to his/her mother.'
Example #13:

    (18) a.     Ezin        dut sinetsi [Ainhoa-k tesi-a-       hain gaizki defendatu izan-a]
    cannot AUX believe [Ainhoa-E thesis-DEF-A so            badly defended have-DEF]
    lit.: `I can't believe Ainhoa having defended her thesis so badly.'
Example #14:

    (44) a.     Eskutitza Parise-RA           bidali dute
    letter-the Paris-ALLATIVE send aux.3SGABS-3            PLERG
    `They sent the letter to Paris.'
Example #15:

    b.    Nixon le         dio    un libro a Mailer        (CDS/DOC)
    Nixon   CL.DAT   gave.3S a book to Mailer
    `Nixon gave Mailer a book.'
Example #16:

    (53) Liburua niri          erori zait
    book      me-DAT fell     aux-1DAT
    lit.: `The book fell me down.'