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Kook-Hee Gill, Steve Harlow and George Tsoulas (2004). Connectives, Indeterminates, and Quantificational Variability.

URL: http://www.cssp.cnrs.fr/eiss5/gill-harlow-tsoulas/gill-harlow-tsoulas-eiss5.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1350&langcode=jpn (2018-01-21).

 

Example #1:

    a. Dare - mo
    Who - CONJ
    `everyone' .
Example #2:

    b. Dare - ka
    Who - DISJ
    `someone'
Example #3:

    *Dare mo sushi o        takusan tabeta
    who CONJ sushi ACC a.lot        ate
    `*Dare-mo ate Sushi a lot'
Example #4:

    (a) Taka-wa nani-mo yoku tabe-na-katta
    Taka-TOP what- CONJ well eat-NEG-PAST
    `Take ate nothing well'
Example #5:

    (b) Reiko-wa hitoride doko-mo ik-eru
    Reiko-TOP alone where- CONJ go-can
    `Reiko can go everywhere alone'
Example #6:

    (c) Noriko-wa dono hon mo           suki-da
    Noriko-TOP which book CONJ likes
    `Noriko likes any of these books'
Example #7:

    (10)     Dare-mo ga       nani-ka o     tabe-te-iru
    who- CONJ NOM what DISJ ACC eating-be
    `Everyone is eating something'
Example #8:

    (32)     Taka-wa dare-ka-ni      awa-na-katta
    Taka-TOP who-DISJ-with meet-NEG-PAST
    `*Taka didn't meet anyone'
Example #9:

    (33)     Dare-mo ga      nani-ka o     tabe-te-iru
    who- CONJ NOM who-DISJ ACC eating-be
    `Everyone is eating something'