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MIN-JOO KIM (2004). EVENT-STRUCTURE AND THE INTERNALLY-HEADED RELATIVE CLAUSE CONSTRUCTION IN KOREAN AND JAPANESE.

URL: http://semanticsarchive.net/Archive/TVmZTYyZ/MinJoo%20Kim%20Thesis.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1775&langcode=jpn (2018-07-18).

 

Example #1:

    (5)a.   Hotondo-no    gakusei-ga     dono syukudai-mo                teisyutusita.
    most-gen      student-nom every homework-mo                  turned.in.
    `Most students submitted every assignment.'
Example #2:

    sikenmae-ni             dasita]-no]-o          teisyutusita.
    before.exam-loc         assigned]-no]-Acc      turned.in.
    in.' ((i) Most > ; (ii) * > Most)
Example #3:

    teisyutusita]-no]-o    yatto           saitensioeta.
    turned.in]-no-acc      finally         finished.grading.
    them.' (i) Most > ; (ii) * > Most
Example #4:

    irete-oita-]-no]-o        paatii-ni      motte itta.
    put-aux-rel]-no]-acc party-to            brought.
    `Yoko put ten cookies in the refrigerator and Taroo brought them to the party.'
Example #5:

    toriagemasita ka?
    confiscated    Q?
    `What, brought by Ken, did the teacher confisticate?'
Example #6:

    oitekureta]-no [e]]-o               teniotta.
    put]-comp         __]-acc           picked.up.
    `Mary put an orange on the table and John picked it up.'
Example #7:

    toriagemasita ka?
    confiscated     Q?
    `What, brought by Ken, did the teacher confisticate?'
Example #8:

    (43)   Sensei-wa               nani-o         toriagemasita ka?
    teacher-top             what-acc       confiscated     Q?
    `What, brought by Ken, did the teacher confisticate?'
Example #9:

    irete-oita-] no [e]]-o         paatii-ni       motte itta.
    put-aux-rel]     no __]-acc    party-to        brought.
    party.'
Example #10:

    kaita-no]-o                kesa                      teisyutusita.
    wrote-no]-acc              this morning              turned_in.
    it/them this morning.'
Example #11:

    katte kita-]-no]-o             tana-ni          narabeta.
    buy.came-rel]-nml]-acc         shelf-on         placed.
    every newspaper and Taro shelved them (= the newspapers).'
Example #12:

    kaita-]-no]-o                       kesa              yonda.
    wrote-rel]-nml]-acc        this morning read.
    the term papers written by Taro).'
Example #13:

    sara-no          ue-ni        oita-oita]      no]-o          totta.
    plate-gen        top-on       put-asp]        det]-acc       picked.up
    morning.'
Example #14:

    katte kita-]-no]-o            tana-ni          narabeta.
    buy.came-rel]-nml]-acc        shelf-on         placed.
    every newspaper and Taro shelved them (= the newspapers).'
Example #15:

    (3)        Kyoo              Mary-ga           John-ni             fuku-o           kat-te       ki-ta.
    Today             M.-nom            J.-dat              clothes-acc      buy-comp     came.
    `Today Mary bought and brought home clothes for John.'
Example #16:

    kanyuusiyootosita.
    tried to talk into joining.
    her (= his wife) into joining the women's club in the neighborhood.'