ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

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Victor A. Friedman (1994). Variation.

URL: http://humanities.uchicago.edu/depts/slavic/papers/Friedman-Variation_CLS30.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2147&langcode=als (2018-07-18).

 

Example #1:

    (1b) Djalit            ia            jap             librin.
    boy-DEF-DAT him-it              give-1SG-PRES book-DEF-ACC
    'I give the boy the book.'
Example #2:

    (4) Atėherė        po       e dredh                    unė njė cigarė.
    then           PROG it roll-1SG-PRES I one cigarette
    'Then I'm rolling a cigarette, too.'
Example #3:

    (8b) Ata         Ų/*e      duan           gati ēdo gjė.
    they        Ų/it      want-3PL-PRES ready each thing
    'They wanted everything ready.'
Example #4:

    (10) Ia                 hipi          kalit.
    it-DAT + it-ACC mount-3SG-AOR horse-DEF-DAT
    'He mounted the horse.'
Example #5:

    (11) I a                dhamė     gazit.
    him-DAT + it-ACC gave-1PL-AOR smile-DEF-DAT
    'We burst into laughter.'
Example #6:

    (19) Ai       ka            qenė      nė     Tiranė.
    He       has-PRES been-PT in            Tirana
    'He   has been in Tirana.'
Example #7:

    (20) Ai       qenka         nė Tiranė.
    he       is-ADM        in Tirana
    'He   is [apparently, supposedly, astoundingly] in Tiranė!'
Example #8:

    (21) Ai       paska                qenė          nė Tiranė.
    he       have-AUX-ADM been-PT               in Tirana
    'He   has been in Tirana [apparently, supposedly, astoundingly]   .'