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Aniko Csirmaz (2004). Aspect, aspect variation and universality.

URL: http://people.carleton.edu/~acsirmaz/web-content/Pages/Papers/universals.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2808&langcode=hun (2019-05-24).

 

Example #1:

    amikor megérkez-t-ünk, Frici (rögtön)     telefonál-t
    when arrive-past-1pl F-nom (right.away) phoned-past.3sg
    `when we arrived, Fred phoned (right away)'
Example #2:

    Frici telefonál
    F-nom phones
    `Fred usually calls'
Example #3:

    amikor megérkez-t-ünk,     Frici (éppen)     telefonál-t
    when arrive-past-1pl       F-nom (just.then) phoned-past.3sg
    `when we arrived, Fred was speaking on the phone'
Example #4:

    Frici telefonál
    F-nom phones                                                                                                         ii. Fred built a shed [completed event in the past]
    `Fred is speaking on the phone'
Example #5:

    a. Frici felpart mász-ottV           a hegy-re                                                                              time
    F-nom up       climb-past.3sg     the hill-onto                                                                  c. Perfective: situation time is contained in topic time; topic time does no
    `Fred climbed up the hill'
Example #6:

    b. Frici mászottV         felpart   a hegy-re (amikor ki tör-t             a vihar)                           Situation and viewp oint aspect
    F-nom climb-past.3sg up          the hill-onto (when out break-past.3sg the storm-nom)
    `Fred was climbing up the hill (when the storm started)'
Example #7:

    Frici bíz-ott        a titkárn  o-jé-ben
    F-nom trust-past.3sg the secretary-poss-in
    `Fred trusted his secretary'
Example #8:

    os
    Fred a hero was
    intended meaning: `Fred was being a hero'