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Norvin Richards (2005). Person-Case Effects in Tagalog and the Nature of Long-Distance Extraction.

URL: http://web.mit.edu/norvin/www/papers/TagalogPerson-Case.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2728&langcode=eus (2019-01-17).


Example #1:

    (3)    a.       Zuk       niri          liburua   saldu d        -i       -da     -zu
    you-ERG me-DAT book-ABS sold ABS.3 AUX DAT.1 ERG.2
    `You sold me the book'                [DAT 1, ACC 3]
Example #2:

    b.    * Lapurrek          Joni      ni       saldu n-          -(a)i -o      - te
    thieves-ERG Jon-DAT me-ABS sold ABS.1 AUX DAT.3 ERG.3pl
    `The thieves have sold me to Jon'     [DAT 3, ACC 1]
Example #3:

    c.    * Lapurrek          zuri      ni       saldu n-          -(a)i -zu     - te
    thieves-ERG you-DAT me-ABS sold ABS.1 AUX DAT.2 ERG.3pl
    `The thieves have sold me to you'     [DAT 2, ACC 1]
Example #4:

    (13)     a.        Jon -ek         nekatuta dago -ela ematen                 du
    John ERG tired               is     that give-IMPF AUX
    `John seems that [he] is tired'
Example #5:

    b.     * Nekatuta zaud -ela            ematen         duzu
    tired        are that        give-IMPF AUX.2ERG
    `You seem that [you] are tired'