ODIN

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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:

Theresa Biberauer and Marc Richards (2006). True Optionality.

URL: http://people.pwf.cam.ac.uk/mtb23/NSP/BIB.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 4072&langcode=afr (2018-04-25).

 

Example #1:

    Ek weet dat sy het dikwels Chopin gespeel.
    I know that she has often Chopin played
    `I know that she has often played Chopin.'
Example #2:

    b.      Gister het *(daar) in die hawe `n skip       aangekom.     [Afrikaans]
    yesterday has (Expl) in the harbour a ship   arrived
    `Yesterday a ship arrived in the harbour.'
Example #3:

    e.      ...dat (daar) gedans word.                                  [Afrikaans]
    that (Expl) danced becomes
    `... that there is dancing.'
Example #4:

    b.     Ek weet dat sy het dikwels Chopin gespeel.
    I know that she has often Chopin played
    `I know that she has often played Chopin.'
Example #5:

    b.      Ek weet dat sy speel dikwels Chopin.
    I know that she plays often Chopin
    `I know that she often plays Chopin.'
Example #6:

    d.      Hy vertel vir my dat dit verdoesel die waarheid.
    He tells for me that this conceals the truth
    `He tells me that this conceals the truth.'
Example #7:

    b.      Ek weet wat het die studente gister gedoen.
    I know what have the students yesterday done
    `I know what the students did yesterday.'
Example #8:

    b.      Ek wonder wat doen hy nou.
    I wonder what do he now
    `I wonder what he is doing now.'