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Susanne Schule (2000). Perception verb complements in Akatek, a Mayan language.

URL: http://w210.ub.uni-tuebingen.de/dbt/volltexte/2000/168/pdf/diss.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-02-18).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2376&langcode=plt (2019-03-25).

 

Example #1:

    11 n-i-ala              ny ara Rabe
    PT-ACT-exit the car Rabe
    `Rabe got out of the car.' Keenan 1996
Example #2:

    12 hita-ko niala ny ara Rabe
    seen-by.me got.out the car Rabe
    `Rabe was seen by me get out of the car.' Keenan 1996
Example #3:

    13      n-a-hita        an-dRabe n-iala             ny ara aho
    PT-ACT-seen ACC-Rabe PT-ACT.exit the car NOM1
    `I saw Rabe get out of the car.' Keenan 1996
Example #4:

    ny ara aho.
    the car NOM1
    `I saw Rabe get out of the car.' Keenan 1996
Example #5:

    46 tsapa-ko fa                  mahalala fomba ry zareo
    felt-GEN1 COMP know ways ART they
    `I think that they are polite.' Keenan 1996
Example #6:

    47 m-aha-tsapa aho fa                          mazoto miasa izy
    PRES-cause-felt NOM1 COMP energetic works NOM3
    `I feel that he is energetic in working.' Keenan 1996