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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=eus (2019-01-22).


Example #1:

    (82) a. Gizon-a-k    emakume-a-ri liburu-a         eman dio.
    man-the-ERG woman-the-DAT book-the.ABS give has
    `The man has given the book to the woman.' Comrie (1989, p.141­2)
Example #2:

    b. emakume-a-ri liburu-a eman dio-n        gizon-a
    woman-the-DAT book-the give has-REL man-the
    `The man who has given the book to the woman'
Example #3:

    c. gizona-k     emakume-a-ri eman dio-n        liburu-a
    man-the-ERG woman-the-DAT give has-REL book-the
    `The book which the man has given to the woman'
Example #4:

    d. gizon-a-k    liburu-a eman dio-n   emakume-a
    man-the-ERG book-the give has-REL woman-the
    `The woman to whom the man has given the book'
Example #5:

    (84) Ama-k         seme-a eskola-n utzi (zuen)          eta klase-ra joan (zen)
    mother-ERG son-ABS school-at leave AUX.3SG.3SG and class-to go AUX.3SG
    `Mother left her son at school and went to class.'
Example #6:

    (85) a. Sagarrak   emakumeak egosten ditu              eta gizonak jaten ditu
    Apples-ABS woman-ERG cook AUX.3SG.3PL and man-ERG eat AUX.3SG.3PL
    `The woman cooks and the man eats apples.' Alan King (p.c.)
Example #7:

    b. Sagarrak   emakumeak egosten ditu      eta usteltzen dira
    Apples-ABS woman-ERG cook AUX.3SG.3PL and rot        AUX.3PL
    `The woman cooks apples and they rot.'
Example #8:

    c. Sagarrak     usteltzen dira    eta emakumeak egosten ditu
    Apples-ABS rot         AUX.3PL and woman-ERG cook AUX.3SG.3PL
    `Apples rot and the woman cooks them.'
Example #9:

    (55) a. Neskatil-ak dei-tu du                                              (Asier Alcázar, ms.)
    girl-Erg.SG call-Per have.3SG.3SG
    `The girl called.'
Example #10:

    b. Neskatil-a ailega-tu da
    girl-ABS.SG arrive-Per be.3SG
    `The girl arrived.'