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Cem Bozsahin (2008). Syntax, Semantics and Computation.

URL: http://www.ceng.metu.edu.tr/~bozsahin/ccg/729-reader-1up.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2488&langcode=dbl (2018-01-18).

 

Example #1:

    (9) a. bayi      yara      walmanu
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS got up
    `The man got up.' (Dixon, 1972, p.67)
Example #2:

    b. bayi     yara       wayndin
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS went uphill
    `The man went uphill.'
Example #3:

    e. bayi     yara
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS want-NFUT II.ERG.TH woman-ERG see-PURP
    `The man wanted [ the woman to see him ].'
Example #4:

    (89) a. bayi      yara     walmanu
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS got up
    `The man got up.' Dyirbal (Dixon, 1972, p.67)
Example #5:

    b. bayi     yara       wayndin
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS went uphill
    `The man went uphill.'
Example #6:

    (90) a. nana          banaga-nyu
    we.PL.NOM return-NFUT
    `We returned.' (Manning, 1996, p.723)
Example #7:

    b. nyurra         nana-na bura-n
    you.PL.NOM we.PL-ACC see-NFUT
    `You all saw us.'
Example #8:

    c. nana         nyurra-na bura-n
    we.PL.NOM you.PL-ACC see-NFUT
    `We saw you all.'
Example #9:

    d. nyurra          nana-na      bura-n banaga-nyu
    [ you.PL.NOM we.PL-ACC see-NFUT ] [ return-NFUT ]
    `You all saw us and (we) returned.'
Example #10:

    (76) a. bayi      yara      walmanu
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS got up
    `The man got up.' (Dixon, 1972, p.67)
Example #11:

    b. bayi     yara       wayndin
    I.ABS.TH man.ABS went uphill
    `The man went uphill.'