ODIN

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Jeffrey Lidz (2001). Condition R.

URL: http://babel.ling.northwestern.edu/~lidz/condrfinal.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3212&langcode=kan (2019-04-22).

 

Example #1:

    b.      Hari tann-annu hoDe-du-koND-a
    Hari self-ACC    hit-PP-REFL.    PST-3SM
    'Hari hit himself'
Example #2:

    (8)    Hari tann-annu-taane hoDe-d-a
    Hari self-ACC-self      hit-PST-3SM
    `Hari hit himself.'
Example #3:

    (11)         a.     Zij verdedigde zich beter dan Peter
    she defended self better than Peter
    *'She defended herself better than Peter defended her'
Example #4:

    b.     Zij verdedigde zichzelf beter dan Peter
    she defended selfself better than Peter
    'She defended herself better than Peter defended her'
Example #5:

    b.          Hari tann-annu noDi-du-koND-a
    Hari self-ACC    see-PP-REFL.   PST-3SM
    'Hari saw himself' (=reflection, *statue)
Example #6:

    (i)     naanu baagil-annu much-id-e            (Kannada)
    I-NOM door-ACC           close-PST-1S
    'I closed the door.'
Example #7:

    (ii)    baagilu muchi-koND-itu
    door-NOM close-REFL.      PST-3SN
    'The door closed.'