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Mark C. Baker (2003). On the Loci of Agreement.

URL: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~mabaker/mapuche-inversion.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3531&langcode=arn (2019-05-27).

 

Example #1:

    (1)     a. Ti wentru pe-fi-y         ti domo.
    the man see-3O-ind/3sS the woman
    `The man sees the woman.'
Example #2:

    b. Pe-fi-n          ti domo.
    see-3O-ind/1sS the woman
    `I see the woman.'
Example #3:

    (2)      a. Ti domo pe-e-y-ew          ti wentru.
    the woman see-?-ind/3sS-? the man
    `The woman, the man sees (her).'
Example #4:

    b. Pe-e-n-ew         ti             domo.
    see-?-ind/1sS-?   the            woman
    `Me, the woman saw.'
Example #5:

    (3)      *Ti domo pe-n-y
    the woman see-1sO-ind/3sS
    `The woman saw me.'
Example #6:

    (4)      a. Kie wentru inaya-wlke-rke-fu-i-y              kie kme llch domo.
    one man visit-wander-rep-past-3O-ind/3sS        one good young woman
    `A man was going to visit a beautiful young woman.'
Example #7:

    b. ay-neke-rke-fu-i-y ...                            (direct form, topic is subject)
    love-asp-rep-past-3O-ind/3sS
    `He loved her.'
Example #8:

    c. feymeo chi llcha domo ay-rke-la-f-e-y-eo. (inverse, topic is object)
    then     the young woman love-rep-neg-past-??-ind/3sS-??
    `But the girl did not love him.'
Example #9:

    (5)    *Ti domo pe-e-y-(ew)               inche.
    the woman see-??-ind/3sS-ds        me
    `The woman, I saw (her).'
Example #10:

    (9)      a. Kdaw-el-me-ke-fu-fi-n          kie lmen, ...          Unergative
    work-appl-th-cf-ipd-3O-1sS one rich
    `I usually went to work for a rich man.' (Smeets 1989: 489)
Example #11:

    b. *La-ma-fi-y           i               pien.                       Unaccusative
    die-appl-3O-ind/3sS    poss             son
    `His son died on him.'
Example #12:

    (10)     Fey-chi chanchu eymi mi        ngilla-e-l trongli-le-y.
    that-adj pig     you 2s.poss buy-??-noml lean-stat-ind/3sS
    `That pig you bought is lean.'
Example #13:

    (11)   Pi-y-mi      mi      kdaw-a-l.                    (Smeets 1989:259)
    want-ind-2sS 2s.poss work-nrld-noml
    `You wanted to work.'
Example #14:

    (13)     a. kellu-fi-y i        pu                weny.         Active (Agent Topic)
    help-3O-3S poss plur                   friend
    `He helped his friends.'
Example #15:

    (18)   a. Elu-nge-(*fi)-n     ti metawe.                     Passive
    give-pass-3O-1sS the metawe
    `I was given the metawe.'
Example #16:

    b. Kie metawe elu-e-(*fi)-y-m-ew.                    Non-demotion passive
    one metawe give-inv-3O-ind-2sS-ds
    `He gave a metawe to you.'
Example #17:

    (19)   Kuyf-y           i       yi-we-no-el      ta ilo.
    be.long.time-3S 1s.poss eat-rem-neg-noml the meat
    `It has been a long time since I ate meat.'
Example #18:

    (20)    a. Inei kam langm-fi-y Piero?                      (Rivano 1991:121)
    who inter kill-3O-3sS Piero
    `Who did Piero kill?'
Example #19:

    (21)    a. *Pe-fi-y-mi      chem?                           (Baker to appear-b)
    see-3O-ind-2sS what
    `What did you see?
Example #20:

    b. Chem pe-fi-y-mi?
    what see-3O-ind-2sS
    `What did you see?
Example #21:

    (22)   a. Mle-y        mn        allk-ru-ma-ya-fi-el              i      dungu.
    have-ind/3S 2p.poss listen-tr-appl-nrld-3O-noml             poss    matter
    `You must listen to his word.' (Smeets 1989: 278)
Example #22:

    b. Fey rupa-y       mi        chem-pi-nu-e-t-ew              rum.
    He pass-ind/3S 2s.poss what-say-neg-inv-noml-ds           ever
    `He passed without (him) saying anything to you.' (Smeets 1989)
Example #23:

    (23)   Illu-e-n-ew         ta-i      langm-nge-a-l   ich.
    desire-inv-1sS-ds   1s.poss kill-pass-nrld-noml me
    `He wants me to be killed.' (Smeets 1989)
Example #24:

    (24)   Allk-la-y-mi        mungel chem mi          pedi-nge-n
    hear-neg-ind-2sS     exactly what 2p.poss request-pass-noml
    `You did not hear exactly what you were requested.' (Smeets 1989: 246)
Example #25:

    (25)   Eymi mi          iy-a-f[u]-el-chi        iyal utrf-entu-fi-n.
    you 2p.poss eat-nrld-past-noml-adj food throw-take.out-3O-1sS
    `I threw out the food that you would eat.'
Example #26:

    (26)   Chem ay-y-mi      inche i          elu-fi-el?
    what like-ind-2sS I         1s.poss give-3O-noml
    `What are you happy that I gave to you?'
Example #27:

    (27)   Mesa-mew mle-y             ti mamll i mle-n mi            tukupu-a-l.
    table-loc be-ind/3sS the wood             poss be-noml 2s.poss use-nrld-noml
    (lit. `the wood that it is that you will use')
Example #28:

    (28)   a. Mle-y mi         pe-a-fi-el       Juan.
    be-ind/3S 2s.poss see-nrld-3O-noml Juan
    `You must see Juan.'
Example #29:

    b. *Mle-n pe-nge-a-l
    be-1sS see-pass-nrld-noml
    `I must be seen.'
Example #30:

    (30)   a. Kie metawe elu-nge-n.
    one vessel give-pass-1sS
    `I was given -- a vessel.'
Example #31:

    (31)   Chem elu-fi-mi      Juan?
    what give-3O-2sS Juan
    `What did you give Juan?'
Example #32:

    (32)   Xoanna n-tu-y             ti libru i n-ma-wye-fi-el        Lisa.
    Joanna take-again-ind/3S the book poss take-appl-plpf-3O-noml Lisa
    `Joanna took back the book that she had taken away from Lisa.'
Example #33:

    (33)     a. Kishu elu-e-n-ew        kie metawe.
    he    give-inv-1sS-ds   one metawe
    `Me, he gave a metawe.'
Example #34:

    (34)     Chem elu-nge-y-mi?                             (Passive and constituent question)
    what give-pass-ind-2sS
    `What were you given?'
Example #35:

    (35)     Pe-fi          ti metawe inche i          elu-nge-n.
    see-3O/ind/3sS the metawe I        1s.poss give-pass-noml
    `He saw the metawe that I was given.'      (Passive and relative clause)
Example #36:

    (36)   Chem     elu-e-m-ew          Juan?
    what     give-inv-2sS-ds     Juan
    `What did Juan give to you?'
Example #37:

    (37)   Xoanna n-tu-y            ti libru i n-ma-wye-e-t-ew             Lisa.
    Joanna take-again-ind/3S the book poss take-appl-plpf-inv-noml-ds Lisa
    `Joanna took back the book that Lisa took away from her.' (Smeets 1989:277)
Example #38:

    (38)   a. Ay-y-mi      inche i       elu-e-t-ew       iyal Maria.
    like-ind-2sS I       1s.poss give-inv-noml-ds food Maria
    `You like Maria to give me food.'
Example #39:

    c. Chem ay-y-mi       inche i       elu-e-t-ew?
    what like-ind-2sS I        1s.poss give-inv-noml-ds
    `What are you happy that she gave to me?' (+ other (better?) interpretations?)
Example #40:

    (40)     Fey rupa-y      mi       chem-pi-nu-e-t-ew        rum.                             (=(22b))
    He pass-ind/3S 2s.poss what-say-neg-inv-noml-ds ever
    `He passed without (him) saying anything to you.'
Example #41:

    b. pe-e-lu-mu         i chaw amu-tu-y                        (Smeets 1989: 287)
    see-inv-noml-ds    poss father go-again-ind/3sS
    `When he was seen by his father, he went back.'