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Dieter Wunderlich (2006). Towards a structural typology of verb classes.

URL: http://web.phil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de/~wdl/structyp-verb.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3067&langcode=eus (2018-07-17).

 

Example #1:

    a. intr.     Jon joan         da.
    John go.PERF AUX.3N
    `John went.'
Example #2:

    b. trans.    Jon-ek       zopa jan  du.
    John-ERG soup eat.PERF AUX.3N.3sgE
    `John ate the soup.'
Example #3:

    a. Jon-ek        kotxe-a garbi-tu      du.
    John-ERG car-DET clean-PERF AUX.3N.3sgE
    `John cleaned the car.'
Example #4:

    b. Garbi-tu      da.
    clean-PERF AUX.3N
    ii. `He cleaned/washed himself.'
Example #5:

    a. Jon igo-tzen            da.
    John move.up-IMPF AUX.3N
    `John moves up.'
Example #6:

    b. Jon-ek        maleta-k      igo-tzen       ditu.
    John-ERG suitcase-pl take.up-IMPF AUX.3plN.3sE
    `John takes the suitcases up.'
Example #7:

    a. Ni-k      pobre-ei      diru-a       ema-ten      diet.
    1sg-ERG poor-pl.DAT money-DET give-IMPERF AUX.3N.3pD.1E
    `I give money to the poor.'
Example #8:

    b. Ama-k        haurr-a-ri        zopa        jan-araz-ten    dio.
    mother-ERG child-DET-DAT soup.DET          eat-CAUS-IMPERF AUX.3N.3D.3E
    `The mother lets the child eat the soup.'