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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Simpson, Andrew Focus, Presupposition and Light Predicate Raising in East and S.E.Asia

URL: http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/ealc/chinling/articles/jealpaper.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-10-01).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1493&langcode=yue (2018-10-23).

 

Example #1:

    (8)    kui     lai     dak                                      Cantonese
    he      come can
    `He can come.'
Example #2:

    69)    kui     ja      dak     ho      faai                           Cantonese
    he      drive DAK very          fast
    He drove very fast.
Example #3:

    70)    kui     jo      matye a?                                       Cantonese
    he      do      what    Q
    What did he do?
Example #4:

    84)    kui     m        yau   dak     sui
    he      not      travel can    water
    He can't swim.
Example #5:

    86)     ngoh        tai    dak    nei-bo-sue     ma?
    I           read   can    your-Cl-book Q
    `Can I read your book?'
Example #6:

    A: dak
    can
    `Yes.'
Example #7:

    87)     nei         tai    yuen   goh-bo sue     ma?
    you         read   Asp    that-cl-book   Q
    `Did you finish reading that book?'
Example #8:

    A2: tai-yuen
    look-Asp
    `Yes.'
Example #9:

    89)    nei     [m      lai]   m       dak
    you     Neg     come Neg       can
    You can't not come = You must come.
Example #10:

    90)    *ngoh hui      m       Heung-Gong
    I      go     Neg     Hong Kong
    intended: `I'm not going to Hong Kong.'
Example #11:

    91)    kui     yau     dak         sui
    he      travel can          water
    `He can swim.'