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Bum-Sik Park (2005). Island-Insensitive Fragment Answers in Korean.

URL: http://www.lingref.com/cpp/wccfl/24/paper1237.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2673&langcode=kor (2019-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    na-nun [mwuess-ul i-nci] molukesse
    I-Top what-Acc Cop-Q not know
    `John met a person who gave something to his brother, but I don't know what.'
Example #2:

    (5) A: John-i     mwuess-ul mekess-ni?
    John-Nom what-Acc ate-Q
    `What did John eat?'
Example #3:

    (6) A: nwu-ka ku chayk-ul sass-ni?
    who-Nom that book-Acc bought-Q
    `Who bought that book?'
Example #4:

    B: Youngswu-ka / C: *Youngswu-lul / D: Youngswu-ka/*-lul sassta
    Youngswu-Nom         Youngswu-Acc   Youngswu-Nom/Acc bought
    `Youngswu bought that book.'
Example #5:

    (7) A: [Mary-wa-Sue]-ka nwukwu-lul           pinanhayss-ni?
    Mary-and-Sue-Nom who-Acc             blamed-Q
    `Who did Mary and Sue blame?'
Example #6:

    B: [selo-uy pwumo]-lul
    each other-Gen parents-Acc
    `lit. Each other's parents'
Example #7:

    C: [Mary-wa-Sue]i -ka [selo-uy pwumo]i-lul          pinanhaysse
    Mary-and-Sue-Nom each other-Gen parents-Acc blamed
    `[Mary and Sue]i blamed each otheri's parents.'
Example #8:

    (8) A: nwu-ka [Bill-kwa-Max]-lul pinanhayss-ni?
    who-Nom Bill-and-Max-Acc blamed-Q
    `Who blamed Bill and Max?'
Example #9:

    B: ?*[selo-uy pwumo]-ka
    each other-Gen parents-Nom
    `lit. Each other's parents'
Example #10:

    C: ?*[selo-uy pwumo]i-ka            [Bill-kwa-Max]i-lul pinanhaysse
    each other-Gen parents-Nom Bill-and Max-Acc blamed
    `Each otheri's parents blamed [Bill and Max]i.'
Example #11:

    (11) a. *[seloi-uy pwumo]-ka             [enu enu haksayng]i-lul pinanhayess-ni?
    each other-Gen parents-Nom which which student-Acc blamed-Q
    `Which students x, y are such that x's parents blamed y and y's parents blamed x
Example #12:

    b. [enu enu haksayng]-i           [seloi-uy pwumo]-lul           pinanhayess-ni
    which which student-Nom each other-Gen parents-Acc blamed-Q
    `Which students x, y are such that x blamed y's parents and y blamed x's parents
Example #13:

    c. [enu enu haksayng]i-lul [[seloi-uy pwumo]-ka                    ti pinanhayess-ni?]
    [which which student]-Acc        each other-Gen parents-Nom         blamed-Q
    `Which students x, y are such that x's parents blamed y and y's parents blamed x
Example #14:

    (12) A: [enu enu haksayng]i-lul               [[seloi-uy pwumo]-ka           ti     pinanhayess-ni?]
    [which which student ]-Acc              each other-Gen parents-Nom          blamed-Q
    `lit. [which student and which student]i, each otheri's parents blamed?'
Example #15:

    B: [Bill-kwa-Sue]-lul
    Mary-and-Sue-Acc
    `lit. [Bill and Sue]i, each otheri's parents blamed.'
Example #16:

    (13) a. John-i     Bill-ekey [CP Mary-ka ku pati-e            olke-la-(ko)]        malhaysse
    John-Nom Bill-Dat           Mary-Nom that party-to come-Cop-(Comp) said
    `John told Bill (that) Mary will come to the party.'
Example #17:

    B: Mary-ka ku pati-e      olke-la-*(ko)
    Mary-Nom that party-to come-Cop-(Comp)
    `That Mary will come to the party.'
Example #18:

    (17) A: John-i       mwuess-ul mekess-ni?
    John-Nom what-Acc ate-Q
    `What did John eat?'
Example #19:

    C: (?)[John-i mekun-kes]-un sakwa-lul-i-ta/ya
    John-Nom ate-Nm-Top a pple-Acc-Cop-Decl
    `It was an apple that John ate.'
Example #20:

    (18) A: John-un     [casin-uy tongsayng-ekey mwuess-ul cwun salam]-ul manass-ni?
    John-Top      self-Gen brother-to      what-Acc gave person-Acc met-Q?
    `*What did John meet a person who gave to his brother?'
Example #21:

    B: sakwa-lul
    apple-Acc
    `An apple'
Example #22:

    (19) A: John-un [nwu-ka cakokhan nolay]-lul puless-ni?
    John-top who-Nom wrote       song-Acc sang-Q
    `*Who did John sing a song that wrote?'
Example #23:

    B: Max-ka
    Max-Nom
    `Max'
Example #24:

    (23) *Mary-luli, Bill-i ti-wuihayse nolay-lul pulesse
    Mary-Acc, Bill       -for     song-Acc sang
    `Mary, Bill sang a song for.'
Example #25:

    (24) A: Bill-i   nwukwu-lul-wuihayse nolay-lul puless-ni?
    Bill-Nom who-Acc-for           song-Acc sang-Q
    `For whom did Bill sing a song?'
Example #26:

    B: Mary-lul-*(wuihayse)
    Mary-Acc-for
    For Mary'
Example #27:

    (25) A: John-un [nwu-ka cakokhan nolay]-lul puless-ni?
    John-top who-Nom wrote         song-Acc sang-Q
    `lit. Who did John sing a song that wrote?'
Example #28:

    B: Max-ka      /*Max-lul /*Max-ekey
    Max-Nom Max-Acc           Max-Dat
    `Max'
Example #29:

    (30) A: motun sensayng-nim-i [nwukwu-lul koyonghan hoysa]-ey cenhwahass-ni?
    every teacher-Hon-Nom who-Acc          hired        company-to called-Q
    `lit. Who did every teacher call the company that hired?'