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Florian Siegl (2004). Some comments on interaction between temporal and information deixis.

URL: http://lepo.it.da.ut.ee/~flos/Folder_PDF/Information%20deixis.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3306&langcode=ain (2018-01-23).


Example #1:

    (41)   núman húci ek ruwe ne
    yesterday grandmother come eEVD COP
    `Grandmother came yesterday.'
Example #2:

    (42)   kam k-e rusy ruwe ne
    meat 1P-SING-NOM-eat want eEVD COP
    `I want to eat meat.'
Example #3:

    (43)   núman húci ek hawe ne
    yesterday grandmother come eSAID COP
    `(I/you/he said that) Grandmother came yesterday.'
Example #4:

    (44)   kam k-e rusuy hawe ne
    meat 1P-SING-NOM-eat want eSAID COP
    `I (you/he) meant that I (you/he) wanted to eat meat.'
Example #5:

    (45)   eytasa tópen huni ne pekor kuyaynu.
    too-much be-sweet eFELT COP in-that-way 1P-SING-NOM-think
    `I think it's a bit too sweet'
Example #6:

    (47)   sitohu enka ta a-satke yakun pirkano sat kusu ne
    heater above at/in INDEFP-NOM-dry if well dry supposition COP
    `If you dry it above the heater, it will dry nicely'