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Robert D. Van Valin, Jr. (2005). Chapter 4.

URL: http://www.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/summerschool2002/Van5.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1485&langcode=ace (2018-01-23).

 

Example #1:

    (4.2) a. Gopnyan geu-mat ln./ geu-mat-ln.3                               NP A A-V(-U) NPU
    3sg       3A-hold 1sg/ 3A-hold-1sgU
    `(S)He holds me.'
Example #2:

    b. (Ln) ln-mat gopnyan.                                            NP A A-V(-U) NPU
    1sg 1sgA-hold 3sg
    I hold him/her.'
Example #3:

    c. (Gopnyan) geu-jak. / *gopnyan jak(-geuh).                         NP A A-V/*NPU V(-U)
    3sg         3A-go               go(-3U)
    `(S)He goes.'
Example #4:

    d. (Ln) ln-jak. / *ln jak(-ln)                                   NP A A-V/*NPU V(-U)
    1sg 1sgA-go           go(-1sgU)
    `I go.'
Example #5:

    e. Gopnyan rht(-geuh). / *gopnyan geu-rht                          NP U V(-U)/*NPA A-V
    3sg       fall(-3U)              3A-fall
    `(S)He falls.'
Example #6:

    f. Ln rht(-ln) / *ln ln-rht                                    NP U V(-U)/*NPA A-V
    1sg fall(-1sgU)       1sgA-fall
    `I fall.'
Example #7:

    (4.3) a. Gopnyan geu-tm [(*geu-)jak].                                           Actor of intransitive V
    3sg       3A-want (*3A-)go
    `(S)he wants to go.'
Example #8:

    b. Geu-tm [(*geu-)taguen bu].                                             Actor of transitive V
    3-want (*3A-)cook rice
    `She wants to cook rice.'
Example #9:

    c.*Gopnyan geu-tm [rht].                                                *Undergoer of intransitive V
    3sg       3A-want fall
    `(S)he wants to fall.'
Example #10:

    d.*Aneuk agam nyan ji-tm [geu-peurksa l dokto].                        *Undergoer of transitive V
    child male that 3A-want 3A-examine by doctor
    `That child wants to be examined by the doctor.'4
Example #11:

    b. Ln seunang-at.                                          Undergoer of intransitive V
    1sg happy-liver
    `I am happy.'
Example #12:

    c. Ka ln-tt     rumoh gopnyan.
    IN 1sgA-burn house 3sg
    `I burned her house.'
Example #13:

    e.*Gopnyan ka aneuk-woe.                                    *Actor of intransitive V
    3sg       IN child-return
    `His/her child returned.'
Example #14:

    (4.5) a. Gopnyan teunte [geu-woe].                                   Actor of intransitive V
    3sg         certain 3A-return
    `(S)he is certain to return.'
Example #15:

    b. Gopnyan teunte [meungang-geuh].                             Undergoer of intransitive V
    3sg          certain win-3U
    `(S)he is certain to win.'
Example #16:

    c. Gopnyan teunte [geu-beuet hikayat prang sabi].              Actor of transitive V
    3sg          certain 3A-recite epic
    `He is certain to recite the Prang Sabi epic.'
Example #17:

    d. Hikayat prang sabi teunte [geu-beuet].                      Undergoer of transitive V
    epic                  certain 3A-recite
    `The Prang Sabi epic is certain to be recited by him'