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Michael Noonan (2003). Motion Events in Chantyal.

URL: http://www.uwm.edu/~noonan/Motion-Events.paper.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1537&langcode=chx (2018-04-26).

Example #1:

na-s¼ marak-ra latti-s¼ lâi-si-r¼ b¼n la-si pin-ji I-erg door-dat kick-inst kick-ant-seq closed do-ant give-perf `I kicked the door shut'Example #2:

(10) na-s¼ phurbal latti-s¼ lâi-si-r¼ bak¼s-nâari wÚ-i I-erg ball kick-inst hit-ant-seq box-ines enter-perf `I kicked the ball into the box'Example #3:

(11) bâalu n¼ dâ¼¤ dâ¼¤ la-g¼y ni ca-¤ kha-i bear topic staggering do-prog little this.place-loc come-perf `Bear staggered a little ways over here'Example #4:

(12) phutt¼ phutt¼ la-g¼y day-muwari âya-i hopping do-prog elder.brother-ades go-perf `He hopped toward his elder brother'Example #5:

(15) kyeti chana-pâyara¤ pâara-i girl roof-super walk-perf `the girl walked on the roof'Example #6:

(16) kyata kâyam-¼¤ pâara-i boy path-loc walk-perf `the boy walked on/along the path'Example #7:

(17) na kadmandu-ri pâar-g¼y âya-i I Kathmandu-loc walk-prog go-perf `I walked to Kathmandu'Example #8:

(18) gâwara g½w-g¼ms¼ dugri-g¼y gâya¤-ri âya-i horse village-abl run-prog forest-loc go-perf `the horse ran from the village to the forest'Example #9:

(19) na kadmandu-ri pâara-i I Kathmandu-loc walk-perf `I walked in/toward Kathmandu' [-ri has a static or route sense]Example #10:

(20) na kadmandu-ri pâar-g¼y âya-i I Kathmandu-loc walk-prog go-perf `I walked to Kathmandu' [i.e. `I reached Kathmandu': -ri has a goal sense]Example #11:

naku c½y dâ¼li-si-wa dâu¤-phy½ra¤ c¼ri-si-m dog afformentioned fall-ant-nom tree-super climb-ant-npst `That dog has climbed on top of the fallen tree.'[X124]4Example #12:

bura-s¼ naku-ra teb¼l-phy½ra¤ kar-si-m old.man-erg dog-dat table-super put-ant-npst `the old man has put the dog on the table'Example #13:

(23) tâem-¼¤ sa-ye gâ¼ri-ye bâari na-i kâa-i house-loc earth-gen jar-gen load carry-ant bring-perf `[He] carried the load of earthenware jars home'Example #14:

(24) #cakl¼t bak¼s-nâari-g¼ms¼ p¼gli-i chocolate box-ines-abl melt-perf `the chocolate melted out of the box'Example #15:

(25) cakl¼t p¼gli-g¼y bak¼s-nâari-g¼ms¼ tâÚ-i chocolate melt-prog box-ines-abl go.out-perf `the chocolate melted out of the box'Example #16:

(29) ma-r kâa-i t¼ down-loc bring-perf fact `[She] brought it down'Example #17:

(30) t¼yla na tu-¤ âya-wa-khi n¼ kâi âare-Ú yesterday I up-loc go-nom-cotemp topic you be.neg-impf `When I went up yesterday, you weren't there'Example #18:

(31) te-jam âya-si-m tane that-side.of.gorge go-ant-npst affirmation `[He] has gone to that side of the gorge, right?'Example #19:

(32) tâokhor n¼ c¼ naku jâyal-g¼m ma-r t¼y-g¼y mu now topic that dog window-abl down-loc fall-prog be.npst `Now the dog is falling down from the window.' [Y35]Example #20:

(33) c¼ bâyakuta n¼ b¼t¼l-g¼ms¼ phiri tâÚ-wa la-si-m that toad topic bottle-abl outside exit-nom do-ant-npst `the toad has begun to get out of the bottle.' [Y8]Example #21:

sâya-g¼y mu look.at-prog be.npst `The dog, running in front of the deer, is looking up at the boy.' [Y108]Example #22:

(35) c¼ naku-s¼ aj¼y p¼ni tu-¤ dâu¤-ra pâale tharo la-si-r¼ that dog-erg still also up-loc tree-loc leg erect do-ant-seq `That dog is still also standing erect, legs up on the tree, and' [X52]Example #23:

(37) tâim-nâari-g¼ms¼ tâÚ-i house-ines-abl exit-perf `[She] exited the house'Example #24:

p¼ri-m happen-npst `Even all those clothes we wear have to be brought from down below.' [S61]Example #25:

(39) wu-te-jam-mar-g¼ms¼ kha-i yonder-that-side.of.gorge-circ-abl come-perf `[It] came from around that side of the gorge yonder'Example #26:

110. c¼ kyata n¼ c¼ r¼ttuwa-ye k¼pal-gams¼ phwatt¼ phutki-si-r¼ that boy topic that deer-gen head-abl slipping escape-ant-seq `the boy slips from the deer's head, and'Example #27:

111. wucch¼tti-si-r¼ be.ejected.away-ant-seq `is ejected away, and'Example #28:

112. ma-r t¼y-g¼y mu down-loc fall-prog be.npst `is falling downward.' [Y110-2]Example #29:

106. dugri-wa durgri-wa n¼ la-si-r¼ run-nom run-nom topic do-ant-seq `It [the deer] began to run and run, and'Example #30:

107. y¼wta cy½ji pâara-ye tawko-ri tâo kha-si-m one small cliff-gen edge-loc arrive come-ant-npst `has arrived at the edge of a small cliff.'Example #31:

th¼pp¼ rokki-wa-khir n¼ stopping.abruptly stop-nom-cotemp topic `Then when the deer now stops abruptly at the edge of the cliff,'Example #32:

110. c¼ kyata n¼ c¼ r¼ttuwa-ye k¼pal-gams¼ phwatt¼ phutki-si-r¼ that boy topic that deer-gen head-abl slipping escape-ant-seq `the boy slips from the deer's head, and'Example #33:

111. wucch¼tti-si-r¼ be.ejected.away-ant-seq `is ejected away, and'Example #34:

112. ma-r t¼y-g¼y mu down-loc fall-prog be.npst `is falling downward.' [Y106-12]Example #35:

2. ci-si-wa p¼cchim-g¼ms¼ p¼cchim-g¼m chyantu-ri kha-i stay-ant-nom west-abl west-abl Chhyantung-loc come-ant `From the west where they had lived, having come to Chhyantung from the west,'Example #36:

3. ci-i stay-perf `they stayed.'Example #37:

4. chyantu-g¼ms¼ jâi¤khani jâi¤khani-ri kha-i Chhyantung-abl Jhing Khani jhing Khani-loc come-perf `From Chhyantung, Jhing Khani... we came to Jhing Khani.'Example #38:

5. nâi-i jâi¤khani-ri we-gen Jhing Khani-loc `To our Jhing Khani.'Example #39:

6. c¼-ra te-r jâi¤a-s¼ kâap-si-wa bulbari-ri ci-i that-temp that.place-loc fly-erg cover-ant-nom garden-loc stay-perf `After that, in that place, we stayed in a garden covered with flies.'Example #40:

7. bulbari-g¼m jâi¤khani-ri ¼yra ky½la-k¼y kha-wa-khiri garden-abl Jhing Khani-loc hunting play-prog come-nom-cotemp `When we came hunting from the garden to Jhing Khani,'Example #41:

8. jâi¤a-s¼ kâap-sy-Ú dâaw mara-i fly-erg cover-ant-nom ore see-perf `we saw the ore that the flies covered.' [V2-8]Example #42:

ma-r-s¼ dâara-mar l¼sk¼r lagi-g¼y to-r âya-wa mara-wa down-loc-abl hill-circ file happen-prog up-loc go-nom see-nom in a file from down below at the Sakho resting place.' [R72]Example #43:

to-r tâim-nas âya-wa mara-i-r¼ up-loc house-all go-nom see-ant-seq toward the house, and' [R87]