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PETER K. AUSTIN (2002). Causative and applicative constructions in Australian Aboriginal Languages.

URL: http://www.hrelp.org/aboutus/staff/peter_austin/AustinCausatives.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3273&langcode=dif (2018-07-17).

 

Example #1:

    (1)    Karna             wapa-yi             wilha-nhi.
    man               go-pres             woman-loc
    `The man is going with the woman.'
Example #2:

    (2)    Karna-li            wilha              wapa-lka-yi.
    man-erg             woman              go-tr-pres
    `The man takes the woman.'
Example #3:

    (3)    Kupa                punthi-rna                warrayi.
    child               separate- ptcple          aux
    `The children separated.'
Example #4:

    (4)    Karna-li            kupa               punthi-ipa-rna              warrayi.
    man-erg             child              separate-tr-ptcple          aux
    `The man separated the children.'
Example #5:

    (5)     Pirta            tharka-yi.
    stick            stand- pres
    `The stick is standing.'
Example #6:

    (6)     Karna-li         pirta          tharka-lka-yi.
    man-erg          stick          stand-tr-pres
    `The man is standing with a stick.'
Example #7:

    (7)     Karna-li         pirta          tharka-ipa-yi.
    man-erg          stick          stand-tr-pres
    `The man stands the stick up.'
Example #8:

    (8)     Kupa         palipali-rna         warrayi.
    child        drown-ptcple         aux
    `The child drowned.'
Example #9:

    (9)     Karna-li         kupa          palipali-ma-rna          warrayi.
    man-erg          child         drown-tr-ptcple          aux
    `The man drowned the child.'
Example #10:

    (10) Karna-li            wilha            nandra-ipa-yi             (ngakarni).
    man-erg             woman            hit-alt-pres                I dat
    `The man hit the woman for me.'
Example #11:

    (11) Kupa              tharka-ipa-ipa-mayi             (ngakarni).
    child             stand-tr-alt-imper:emph           I dat
    `Stand the child up for me.'