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Hsiu-hsu Lin (2005). The Grammaticalization of Tense/Aspect Auxiliaries in Seediq.

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Example #1:

    (1) a. *wada      mntakun                ka  Takun.
    left/went fall AF Pret            Nom Takun
    "Takun fell."
Example #2:

    b. wada       mtakun10                ka  Takun.
    left/went fall AF Pret            Nom Takun
    "Takun fell."
Example #3:

    ..kiya ka      wada     ka       laqi ki di.                (Pear5:4243)
    Conj KA passed Nom             child Det. Part
    "And his car was loaded (by him). And then that child left."
Example #4:

    (5) ye     uxe      dheya wada gmeeguy di?                  (Pear5:151)
    Yes/No Neg.     3pl     Aux steal AF Part
    "Have/Had they steal (the basket of pears)?"
Example #5:

    b. *Wada sapah       ka  yaku. (= *wada ku sapah)
    went house     Nom 1snl      went 1sn house
    "I went home."
Example #6:

    (8) a. ye.. maha tmabu(w) miric na peni,                               (Pear6:23)
    yes/no go AF feed            goat 3sg PENI
    "It might be the case that (S/he) is going to feed he          r/his goat."
Example #7:

    ini       mu klai...                              (Pear6:186)
    Neg. 1sg know PF Imp
    "And then (he) seems to say... (he seems) how (he) is going to think about
Example #8:

    b. maha ku           sapah
    go AF 1s. n. house/home
    "I am going home."
Example #9:

    b. ma wisu        ka teru laqi dung(an)..                    (Pear6:100)
    Conj approach KA three child again
    "And there came three children (still)."
Example #10:

    (11) gisu qmiyuc laqi huling.
    Aux bite AF child dog
    "The dog is biting a child."
Example #11:

    g is u   niqan           saya.                     (Chen 1996:106, (13))
    Aux      exist/live LF now
    living now(adays)."
Example #12:

    (14) a. D: wa      s u i n u?
    be at 2sn where
    "Where are you?"
Example #13:

    b. qtaan na ka rudan           ga lmamu baro hi, (Pear6:52)
    see PF 3sg KA old:man Aux pick AF above there
    "The old man who was picking (pears) above was seen (by him)."
Example #14:

    ka kingan rudan          ga,                        (Pear6:4041)
    KA one         old:man there
    "(It is probable that) he saw an old man there who was gathering (pear) fruit."