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Simpson, Andrew (1998). Empty Determiners and Nominalisation in Chinese, Korean and Japanese..

URL: http://www.usc.edu/dept/LAS/ealc/chinling/articles/uscplan1old.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-10-01).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1495&langcode=jpn (2018-10-18).

 

Example #1:

    (5)    Taro no hon
    Taro No book
    Taroo's book
Example #2:

    (6)    kinoo kita no desu
    yesterday came NO BE
    I came yesterday  or: It was yesterday that I came.
Example #3:

    (53)   wa no/ga sono ni
    I NO/GA garden in
    `in my garden'
Example #4:

    (54)   wa no/ga      iku michi
    I NO/GA go road
    `the road I take'
Example #5:

    (57)   %watashi-no-no ja nai
    I      -NO-NO is-not
    `Its not mine.'
Example #6:

    (67)   Taroo-ga katta (*no) hon
    Taroo-Nom bought (NO) book
    `the book that Taroo bought'
Example #7:

    (69)   keikan-wa     [doroboo-ga ginkoo-kara dete-kita]-no-o tsukamaeta
    policeman-Top thief-Nom bank-from exit-came NO-Acc arrested
    `The policeman arrested the robber who came out from the bank.'
Example #8:

    (87)   Tokyoo-de/kinoo katta no desu
    Tokyoo-in/yesterday bought NO BE
    `I bought it in Tokyo/yesterday.'
Example #9:

    (122) kinoo       kita-n/no desu       yo
    yesterday came-NO BE             EMPH
    `I/he came yesterday.'
Example #10:

    (123) [Taroo-ga Mary-to kekkon shita]-no-o/*n-o shitte imasu ka
    Taroo-Nom Mary-with marry did NO Acc knowing be Q
    Did you know that Taroo got married to Mary?
Example #11:

    (124) Taroo-no/-ga     kekkon-shita no-o     shitte iru?
    Taroo-Gen/-Nom got-married NO-Acc knowing-be
    `Did you know that Taroo got married?'
Example #12:

    (127) ashita    iku no desu
    tomorrow go NO BE
    `I'm going tomorrow.'
Example #13:

    (135) Taroo-ga/-no      katta hon
    Taroo-Nom/-Gen bought book
    `the book that Taroo bought'
Example #14:

    (141) [kinoo Hanako no katta] hon-wa Bottyan desu                     (Nakai 1990)
    yesterday Hanako-Gen bought book-Top Bottyan BE
    `The book which Hanako bought yesterday is Botchan.'
Example #15:

    (142) Hanako-ga [Taroo-no tsuita]-no-o    mita
    Hanako-Nom Taroo-Gen arrived NO-Acc saw
    `Hanako saw Taroo arrive.'
Example #16:

    (143) [Taroo-no katta]-no-wa    hon desu
    Taroo-Gen bought-NO-Top book BE
    `What Taroo bought was a book.'
Example #17:

    (147) [ashita ichiban hayaku kita] hito-ni        kore-o ageru (Nakamura 1994)
    tomorrow most early came person-Dat this-Acc give
    `I will give this to the person who comes (lit. came) first tomorrow.'
Example #18:

    (152) [kane-o      haratte]-no-ageku
    money-Acc paying-NO consequence
    `the consequence of having paid money'
Example #19:

    (153) [kare-ga kureba]-no-hanashi
    he-Nom come-if NO talk
    `the talk which would become relevant if he came'