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Arthur Holmer (1996). Passive typology -- the case link.

URL: http://www.ling.lu.se/disseminations/pdf/45/Holmer.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2865&langcode=trv (2022-01-25).


Example #1:

    2.    Puqun qolic ka      bunga.
    eat PF rat     Subj sweet potato
    `A rat will eat the sweet potatoes.'
Example #2:

    3.    Sqalang daha lmiqu ka               dapa.
    fence in IF 3p.g. forest      Subj cow
    `They fence in the forest for the cow.'
Example #3:

    4.    a. Qmalang lmiqu dheya.
    fence in AF forest      they
    `They fence in (a section of) forest.'
Example #4:

    b. Qlangun daha lmiqu.
    fence in PF 3.p.g       forest
    `They fence in the forest.'
Example #5:

    5.    a. Spiimah           mu        seediq sino kiya.
    drink CAUS IF 1.s.g person          wine that
    `I shall invite someone to drink that wine.'
Example #6:

    b. Pnimah                ku tikuh sino seediq.
    drink CAUS AF PRET 1s.n a bit             wine person
    `I invited someone to drink some wine.'
Example #7:

    c. Pnmahan              mu tikuh sino seediq kiya.
    drink CAUS LF PRET 1s.g           a bit   wine person that
    `I invited that person to drink some wine.'