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Min-Joo Kim (2001). Accusative adverbials in Korean.

URL: http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/~minjoo/papers/AccAdverbials.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 564&langcode=kor (2019-04-26).

 

Example #1:

    (1) a. Na-nun           tennis-lul      [han sikan-tongan]-ul            chi-ess-ta
    I-TOP             tennis-ACC      one hour-period-ACC              play-PST-DECL
    'I played tennis for an hour'
Example #2:

    b. na-nun           i kos-ul         [sip meyta-mankum]-ul            pha-ess-ta
    I-TOP            this spot-ACC ten meter-extent-ACC               dig-PST-DECL
    'I dug out this spot to the extent of ten meters'
Example #3:

    b. na-nun          onul      [PP sicang-ey]-ul             ka-ess-ta
    I-TOP           today     market-to-ACC                 go-PST-DECL
    'Today I went to the market'
Example #4:

    (3) a. Na-nun    ecey       tennis-lul      han sikan-tongan-ul      chi-ess-ta
    I-TOP yesterday tennis-ACC one hour-period-ACC play-PST-DECL
    'Yesterday I played tennis for an hour'
Example #5:

    (4) a. na-nun ecey           i kos-ul         sip meyta-mankum-ul           pha-ess-ta
    I-TOP yesterday this spot-ACC ten meter-extent-ACC                     dig.out-PST-DECL
    'Yesterday I dug out this spot to the extent of ten meters'
Example #6:

    (5) a. Na-nun i tal-ey        New York-ul                twu-pen-ul    pangmwun-ha-ess-ta
    I-TOP this month         NY-ACC                    two-time      visit-do-PST-DECL
    'This month I visited New York twice'
Example #7:

    (6) a. Na-nun   tennis-lul      han sikan-tongan chi-ess-ta
    I-TOP tennis-ACC           one hour-period           hit-PST-DECL
    'I played tennis for an hour'
Example #8:

    (7) a. na-nun   i kos-ul         sip meyta-mankum             pha-ess-ta
    I-TOP     this spot-ACC ten meters-extent              dug.out-PST-DECL
    'I dug out this spot to the extent of ten meters'
Example #9:

    (9) a. Na-nun New York-ul        twu-pen          pangmwun-ha-ess-ta
    I-TOP New York-ACC two-time                 visit-do-PST-DECL
    'I visited New York twice'
Example #10:

    (10)    John-un      Mary-lul          Seoul-ese-(*lul)              manna-ess-ta
    John-TOP Mary-ACC              Seoul-in-ACC                  meet-PST-DECL
    'John met Mary in Seoul'
Example #11:

    (12)    John-nun        ppali-(*lul)         kel-ess-ta.
    John-TOP        quickly              walk-PST-DECL
    'John walked quickly'
Example #12:

    (13)    John-nun      ttayttaylo-(*lul)       sanchayk-ul naka-ess-ta.
    John-TOP      sometimes               walk-ACC          go.out-PST-DECL
    'Sometimes John went out for a walk'
Example #13:

    (14) a. John-un [Kennedy konghang-ey]-lul              (mwusahi) tochak-ha-ess-ta
    John-TOP [Kennedy Airport-at]-ACC               (safely)    arrival-do-PST-DECL
    `John has (safely) arrived at J.F.K. Airport'
Example #14:

    b. Ku pay-nun       [hankuk-kwa ilpon-sai]-lul               wunhang-ha-n-ta
    that ship-TOP [Korean-with Japan-between]-ACC travel-do-PRST-DECL
    'The ship travels between Korean and Japan'
Example #15:

    (23) a. Na-nun tennis-lul       ecey        han sikan-tongan-ul         chi-ess-ta
    I-TOP    tennis-ACC yesterday one hour-for-ACC                   played
    'Yesterday I played tennis for one hour'
Example #16:

    b. Na-nun     i kos-ul       ecey           sip meyta-mankum-ul          pha-ess-ta
    I-Top     this spot-ACC yesterday       ten meter-extent-ACC          dug out
    'Yesterday I dug out this spot as much as 10 meters'
Example #17:

    (24) a. John-un   toseykwan-ese han shikan-tongan(-ul)                 kongpwu-ha-ess-ta
    John-TOP library-in          one hour-period(-ACC)               study-do-PST-DECL
    ' John studied in the library for an hour'
Example #18:

    (25) a. John-un     ece         twu shikan-tongan(-ul)          tali-ess-ta
    John-TOP yesterday two-hour-period(-ACC)               run-PST-DECL
    'Yesterday John ran for two hours'
Example #19:

    ca-ko-iss-ess-ta
    sleep-COMP-PROG-PST-DECL
    `When I arrived, John had been sleeping for one hour'
Example #20:

    Ilk-ko-iss-ess-ta
    read-COMP-PROG-PST-DECL
    `When I arrived, John had been reading the book twice'
Example #21:

    pha-ko-iss-ess-ta
    dig.out-COMP-PROG-PST-DECL
    `When I arrived, John had been digging out the ground as much as ten meters'
Example #22:

    (27) a. John-un mwul-ul         masi-ess-ta                       (No Situation delimitation)
    J-TOP     water-ACC      drink-PST-DECL
    'John drank water'
Example #23:

    b. John-un mwul-ul        twu pen-ul      masi-ess-ta            (Delimiation by ADV)
    J-TOP     water-ACC two-time-lul        drank
    'John drank water twice'
Example #24:

    (28) a. John-un sakwa-lul mek-ess-ta                              (No Situation delimitation)
    J-TOP apple-ACC eat-PST-DECL
    'John ate apples'
Example #25:

    b. John-un sakwa-lul han sikan-tongan-ul             mek-ess-ta       (Delimiation by ADV)
    J-TOP     apple-ACC one hour-period-ACC           ate
    'John ate apples for an hour'
Example #26:

    b. John-un        sey-sikan-tongan-ul            ca-ess-ta
    John-TOP     three-hour-period-ACC           sleep-PST-DECL
    'John slept three hours'
Example #27:

    c. John-un        sip-mail-mankum-ul             tali-ess-ta
    John-TOP     ten-mile-extent-ACC              run-PST-DECL
    'John ran ten miles'
Example #28:

    (30) a. John-un    namwu-ese twu-pen-ul               tteleci-ess-ta
    John-TOP tree-from        two-time-ACC        fall-PST-DECL
    'John fell from a/the tree twice'
Example #29:

    b. John-un         Seoul yek-ey-lul            tochak-ha-ess-ta
    John-TOP        Seoul Station-to-ACC        arrival-do-PST-DECL
    'John arrived at the Seoul Station'
Example #30:

    (32) a. na-nun     onul        [PP sicang-ey]-ul        ka-ess-ta
    I-TOP       today       [market-to]-ACC          go-PST-DECL
    'Today I went to the market'