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Tomioka, Naoko (2004). The Lexicalization Patterns of Verbs and V-V compounds.

URL: http://edvarda.hf.ntnu.no/ling/tross/tomioka.pdf

(Last accessed ).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2790&langcode=jpn (2018-01-21).


Example #1:

    c. Ozo gha        gbe     ewe wu.              (Edo; Baker & Stewart (2002))
    Ozo FUT hit            goat die
    `Ozo will strike the goat dead.'
Example #2:

    d. A       nki hen      ki.                  (Sarammacan; Veenstra (1996) p.4)
    3sg     hit     3sg   kill
    `He hit it dead.'
Example #3:

    (6)      *Taro-ga      kaato-o          kabe-ni                  oshi-ta.
    Taro-NOM cart-ACC              wall-to                  push-PAST
    `Taro pushed the cart to the corridor.'
Example #4:

    a.   *Taro-ga           gakko-ni           arui-ta.
    Taro-NOM           school-LOC                  walk-PAST
    "Taro walked to school."
Example #5:

    b. *Taro-ga             tetsu-o        tairani                    tatai-ta.                  (Japanese)
    Taro-NOM             iron-ACC       flat                       pound-PAST
    `Jean/Juan/Taro pounded the metal flat.'
Example #6:

    (10)     * Taro-ga    Jiro-o                tataki-shin-da.
    Taro-NOM Jiro-ACC                  pound-die-PAST
    `Taro pounded Jiro dead.'
Example #7:

    (i)       (*Taro-ga)        jimen-ga/*o               fumi-katamar-ta.
    Taro-NOM          ground-NOM/ACC            stomp-harden(UNACC)-PAST
    "The ground hardened (by someone stomping on it)"
Example #8:

    (15) a. Jimen-ga      katamar-ta.
    ground-NOM harden-PAST
    `The ground hardened'
Example #9:

    b. *Taro-ga      Jimen-ga      fumi-katamar-ta.
    Taro-NOM ground-NOM harden-PAST
    `The ground hardened (by someone stomping on it)'
Example #10:

    (16) a. Jiro-ga         Ichiro-no       kubi-o              shime-ta.
    Jiro-NOM        Ichio-GEN       neck-ACC            strangle-PAST
    `Jiro strangled Ichiro's neck.'
Example #11:

    (17) a. Jiro-ga         Ichiro-o           koroshi-ta.
    Jiro-NOM        Ichiro-ACC         kill-PAST
    `Jiro killed Ichiro.'
Example #12:

    (18) a. Jiro-ga         Ichiro-o        shime-koroshi-ta.
    Jiro-NOm        Ichiro-ACC strangle-kill-PAST
    `Jiro killed Ichiro by strangling (him)'