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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Shuanfan Huang and Huei-ju Huang (2003). ON THE STATUS OF REALITY MARKING IN TSOU*.

URL: http://ling.nccu.edu.tw/RedBug/tjl/volume1-2/01_HUANGNHUANG.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3384&langcode=tsu (2022-01-25).

 

Example #1:

    ci mamespingi                                          (Pear 3:59)
    Rl girl
    ` (He) happened to run into a girl who was similar to him.'
Example #2:

    sUnU-si          ho ta-he            cu      tUtpUta
    neck-3rd.Gen Conj Irr-3rd.pl         Asp     catch-PF
    (it)." (Snake:257)
Example #3:

    (12) a.  te       bonU       ta    yoskU               (field notes)
    Irr       eat.AF     Obl   fish
    "Eat fish!"
Example #4:

    seovcoha                                                (Snake:100)
    rainy_season
    "When the snake emerges, (it) always emerges after a    rainy season."
Example #5:

    puutu.
    Han_people
    "All the Han people want to find (snakes)." (Snake:168)
Example #6:

    b.   nu-maka-twatuman-naku ka aykan-naku        ku aga
    when/if-finish-work-1S.Nom will_eat-1S.Nom Obl rice
    "When/if I finish working, I will eat."
Example #7:

    ho6 moso      yupteUlU                  na         cmoi        (Bear:63)
    Conj R.AF     meet.AF                   Nom        bear
    "When (he) met the bear, (he)         did not even carry a straight knife."
Example #8:

    so yopsi                                   (Eatiou:13)
    evening
    "(He) went out probably at the time of evening."
Example #9:

    (33)    mo       pepe ci macucuma hoci ?peelUi                eaa
    R.AF      high         matter       if        can.LF    find.PF
    "It is very preciously high-valued if it can be found."(Snake:217)
Example #10:

    (39) nte-ko         hioa                                  (field notes)
    Irr-2nd        work
    "You ought to do (the thing)."
Example #11:

    (41)   mi-ta    asonU     bonU       no beahci            (field notes)
    R.AF-3rd maybe     eat.AF     Obl fruit
    "He may have eaten / be eating fruit."
Example #12:

    (42)    te-he         la asonU       uhne       fuengU ho yahioa
    Irr-3rd.pl La maybe       go.AF     mountains Conj work
    "They will probably go to mountains and work there in the future"
Example #13:

    (44) la-ko     meelU     mouyoyai             keUpU       (Daily life:28)
    Hab-2nd can.AF make.AF                  basket
    "Can you make sack-bag?"
Example #14:

    (47) nenusi no mo           bonU         no beahci
    probably R.AF          eat.AF       Obl fruit
    "It is probable that (he) is eating fruit."          (field notes)