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Adlay Kun-long Liu (2005). The Structure of Relative Clauses in Jianshi Squliq Atayal*.

URL: http://www.eng.ntnu.edu.tw/concentric-linguistics/PDF/Vol%2031%20No2/31%5B1%5D.2-6%20(new).pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2809&langcode=tay (2017-12-17).

 

Example #1:

    b. yaba-mu      [ka wal             m-aniq mqu]            ga     cyux       pnep qulih
    father-1SGen Lin Aux.Pst         AF-eat snake           Top    Aux.Prog   angle fish
    `My father who ate snakes is angling.'      at least   two    fathers
Example #2:

    (15) [b-n-aziy-maku          ka] sehuy     ga krahu yal
    Perf-buy.PF-1SObl       Lin taro      Top big           very
    `As for the taro which was bought by me, (it) is very big.'
Example #3:

    (19) a. sy-on na tali qu        asal       [ka q-aniq-an sehuy       na sayun]
    like-PF Obl Tali Nom    house      Lin eat-LF taro           Obl Sayun
    `The house where Sayun ate taros is liked by Tali.'
Example #4:

    c. *bnkisi [ka m-n-ihiy     hozil-nyai yumin] qasa ga wagyaq yal
    old man Lin AF-Perf-beat dog-3Gen Yumin that Top tall     very
    `The old man whose dog Yumin has beaten is very tall.'
Example #5:

    krahu yal
    big      very
    `(Lit.) As for the dog that I know it has eaten what, it's very big.'