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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

James H. Yoon (2004). Raising Specifiers.

URL: http://www.linguistics.uiuc.edu/jyoon/Papers/SOR-MIT-proceed.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2933&langcode=kor (2019-06-19).

 

Example #1:

    sayngkakhanta
    thinks
    `John foolishly considers Mary to be a genius.'
Example #2:

    sayngkakhanta
    thinks
    `John foolishly considers Mary to be a genius.'
Example #3:

    sayngkakhanta
    think
    `Cheli foolishly considers *him/himself to be a genius.'
Example #4:

    Na-nun Cheli-lul            meli-ka      coh-ta-ko                      mit-nun-ta
    N-TOP       C-ACC           head-NOM good-DCL-COMP                      believe-PRS-DCL
    `I believe that Cheli is   smart.'
Example #5:

    Cheli-ka meli-ka             coh-ta
    C-NOM head-NOM               good-DCL
    `Cheli is smart.'
Example #6:

    mitnunta
    believe
    `I believe of Cheli that the company he's working for will go under soon.'
Example #7:

    Cheli-ka melcyanha (ku-ka) taninun             hoysa-ka          manghakesi-ta
    C-NOM soon                 he-NOM work.for company-NOM go.under-DCL
    `As for Cheli, the company that he's working for will go under soon.'
Example #8:

    mitnunta
    believe
    `I believe of LA that it has the largest number of Koreans in   the US.'
Example #9:

    LA-ka        mikwuk-se hankwuksalam-i kacang manhi              santa
    LA-NOM US-LOC             Koreans-NOM most           many       live
    `LA has the largest number of Korean in the US.'
Example #10:

    sayngkakhanta
    think
    `I think of skyscrapers that New York has the greatest number of them.'
Example #11:

    sasil]-ul molu-ko              iss-ta-ko]          sayngkakhanta
    fact-ACC not.know-COMP be-DCL-COMP                 think
    really smart.'
Example #12:

    mopemcekila-ko         sayngkakhanta
    exemplary-COMP         think
    `I think of Mary that the work that she does is exemplary.'
Example #13:

    coahanta-ko sayngkakhanta
    like-comp think
    `I think of Yenghi that teachers like the work she does.'
Example #14:

    b.    Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul acwu chakhata-ko sayngkakhanta
    C-TOP        Y-ACC         very     nice-COMP think
    `Cheli believes Yenghi to be nice.'
Example #15:

    a. *? Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul cikum tuleonta-ko sayngkakhanta
    C-top         Y-acc        now      enter--comp think
    `Cheli thinks Yenghi is entering (the room) right now.'
Example #16:

    b.    Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul nul           yelsi-ey onta-ko saynghakhanta
    C-TOP         Y-ACC        always 10-LOC come-COMP      think
    `Cheli thinks that Yenghi always comes at 10.'
Example #17:

    a. *? Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul pap-ul            cikum hanta-ko     sayngkakhanta
    C-TOP         Y-ACC        meal-ACC now do-COMP          think
    `Cheli thinks that Yenghi is cooking now.'
Example #18:

    b.    Cheli-nun Yenghi-lul pap-ul         nul    hanta-ko sayngkakha-n-ta
    C-TOP Y-ACC            meal-ACC always do-COMP think
    `Cheli thinks that Yenghi is the one who always cooks.'
Example #19:

    b. *?yelum-i            Cheli-ka     tolao-n-ta
    summer-NOM C-NOM                come.back-PRS-DCL
    `As for/it is during the summer, Cheli is coming back.'
Example #20:

    manghayss-ta
    go.bankrupt-DCL
    `It is Yenghi (that) the business her father was running went bankrupt.'
Example #21:

    b.    enehak-i             chwuycik-i              yocum          elyep-ta
    linguistics-NOM employment-NOM these.days difficult-DCL
    `As for/it is in linguistics (that) getting a job is difficult these days.'