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Malcolm Ross (2006). Calquing and metatypy.

URL: http://rspas.anu.edu.au/linguistics/projects/mdr/Calquing_&_Metatypy.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3239&langcode=bqe (2018-07-18).

 

Example #1:

    aberas-tu thi-ela.
    rich-PARTIC PR(S(ABS:3P)((RG:3S)-SuBORD
    `God made them full with His goodness and rich with His grace.' (Haase 1992: 71)
Example #2:

    b. koller bat-ekilan
    spoon one-COM
    `with a spoon' (Haase 1992: 67)
Example #3:

    (17)    a. horr-at hel-du        di[r]a leku frango-ta-[r]ik
    there-ALL come-PARTIC PR(S:3P place many-TRN-PART
    `They came there from many places.'
Example #4:

    b. frango-ta-tik
    many-TRN-ABL
    `from many...'
Example #5:

    (19)    a. eliza aintzin-ean
    church front-LOC
    `in front of the church'
Example #6:

    b. eliza-[r]en aintzin-ean
    church-G(N front-LOC
    `in front of the church'
Example #7:

    c. eliza-ri      hurbil
    church-DAT near
    `in front of the church'
Example #8:

    (20)    a. Leiho-a      (beti)   zerra-ti-a        dik.
    window-ART (always) shut-PARTIC-ART PR(S(ABS:3S)((RG:3S)
    `He (always) has the windows closed.' (Haase 1992: 99)
Example #9:

    b. Ama han egon-a                 zen.
    Mother there stay.PARTIC-ART PR(T(ABS:3S)
    `Mother had been living there [when I was born].' (Haase 1992: 100)
Example #10:

    c. Aita salba-tü-a          izan-a           da.
    Father save-PARTIC-ART be.PARTIC-ART PR(S(ABS:3S)
    `Father has been saved.' (Haase 1992: 102)
Example #11:

    (21)    a. Etxe-a1 etzü2                destrüiti-a3        izan4 .
    house-ART N(G.PR(S(ABS:3S) destroy.PARTIC-ART be.PARTIC
    `The house has not been destroyed.'