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Malcolm Ross (2006). The argument structure of undergoer voice clauses in Formosan and other Philippine-type languages.

URL: http://rspas.anu.edu.au/linguistics/projects/mdr/AFLA13_paper_M_Ross.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3051&langcode=pyu (2019-03-23).


Example #1:

    (18)        a. T<em>akaw Da paisu i              isaw
    <AV>steal obl:id money NOM:PS Isaw
    `Isaw stole money.'
Example #2:

    b. tu=Takaw-aw        na     paisu kan     isaw
    GEN:1S=steal-uV1 NOM:D money OBL:PS Isaw
    `Isaw stole the money.'
Example #3:

    c. tu=Takaw-ay=ku             Da      paisu kan     isaw
    GEN:3S-steal-uV2=NOM:1S OBL:ID money OBL:PS Isaw
    `Isaw stole money from me.'
Example #4:

    d. ku=Takaw-anay i            nanali     Da     paisu
    GEN:1S=steal-uV3 NOM:PS my.mother OBL:ID money
    `I stole money for my mother.'
Example #5:

    (19) tu-paTekeT-ay            Da   kadepu
    GEN:3S-cause.stick-uV2 OBL:ID paper
    `He stuck a paper on it.
Example #6:

    (20)   a. ta=LipuT-anay         na      bira
    GEN:1IP=wrap-uV3 NOM:D leaf
    `We wrapped with the leaf.'
Example #7:

    b. nu=baiT-anay=ku ?
    `Have you burned it for me?'
Example #8:

    c. tu=ba-bulu-an                    na       barasa kana kaLi
    GEN:3=R/DuP-throw-uV3:IRR NOM:D stone OBL:D river
    `He will throw the stone into the river.'
Example #9:

    d. ku=lukluk-anay         na       kinsas
    GEN:1S=wrestle-uV3 NOM:D policeman
    `I wrestled with the policeman.'
Example #10:

    (21)   a.  i. ku=seLap-aw=la                na     tiLil
    GEN:1S=sweep-uV1=P/RF NOM:D book
    `I've swept the books away.'
Example #11:

    ii. ku=seLap-ay            na      tiLil
    GEN:1S=sweep-uV2 NOM:D book
    `I swept (dust) off the book.'
Example #12:

    b. i. tu=tusuk-aw             na Lutung kan Walegan
    GEN:3S=pierce-uV1 NOM monkey OBL Walegan
    `Walegan speared the monkey.'
Example #13:

    `Walegan pierced the monkey's head with a needle.'
Example #14:

    (22)   a. tu=salpit-ay=ku
    `He flogged me.'
Example #15:

    b. tu=u-sabak-ay           nanta  Dekal
    GEN:3S=go-inside-uV2 NOM:P:1IP village
    `They invaded our village.'
Example #16:

    (30)        a.    i. ku=saLeTag-aw           na      enay i babuLu
    GEN:1S=pour.out-uV1 NOM:D water LOC yard
    `I poured out the water in the yard.'
Example #17:

    b.    i. ku=saLeTag-ay         Da      enay nu=Tanguru
    GEN:1S=pour.out-uV2 OBL:ID water NOM:P:2S=head
    `I poured some water on your head.'
Example #18:

    (31) tu=p-u-sabak-aw                a   tiDul kana paTungTungan
    GEN:3=CAuS/-MOV/-inside-uV1 NOM:ID wasp OBL:D drum
    `He put a wasp into the drum.'