ODIN

The Online Database of Interlinear Text

 

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DAVID Y. OSHIMA (2006). GO and COME Revisited.

URL: http://www.stanford.edu/~davidyo/docs/gcr.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3313&langcode=jpn (2018-07-16).

 

Example #1:

    (18)    a. Asita,      watasi-ga anata-no tokoro-ni {iki/*ki}-mas-u.
    tomorrow I-Nom you-Gen place-Dat go/come-Polite-Pres
    `I will come to you tomorrow.'
Example #2:

    b. Asita,      Taro-ga anata-no tokoro-ni {iki/ki}-mas-u.
    tomorrow T.-Nom you-Gen place-Dat go/come-Polite-Pres
    `Taro will come to you tomorrow.'
Example #3:

    (19)    a. Asita,       watasi-ga Taro-no tokoro-ni {iki/*ki}-mas-u.
    Tomorrow I-Nom T.-Gen place-Dat go/come-Polite-Pres
    `I will go to Taro tomorrow.'
Example #4:

    b. Asita,      anata-ga Taro-no tokoro-ni {iku/(?)kuru}-no-des-u-ka?
    tomorrow you-Nom T.-Gen place-Dat go/come-Emph-Polite-Pres-Q
    `Will you go to Taro tomorrow?'
Example #5:

    c. Asita,      Hanako-ga Taro-no tokoro-ni {iki/(?)ki}-mas-u.
    tomorrow H.-Nom         T.-Gen place-Dat go/come-Polite-Pres
    `Hanako will go to Taro tomorrow.'
Example #6:

    (20)    Asita,     eki-made watasi-o mukae-ni-{*itte/kite}-kudasa-i.
    tomorrow station-to I-Acc pick.up-go/come-Ben.SubjHon-Imper
    `Please go/come to the station to pick me up tomorrow.'
Example #7:

    {iku/kuru}-koto-ni-natte-i-mas-u.
    go/come-be.supposed.to-Asp-Polite-Pres
    `I'll be working in Hokkaido next month, and Mr. Tanaka will go/come there too.'