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Zabala, Loreley Hadic and Maite Taboada (2004). Centering Theory in Spanish: Coding Manual.

URL: http://www.sfu.ca/~mtaboada/docs/CenteringCodingManual.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-29).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 932&langcode=spa (2020-08-08).

 

Example #1:

    de         diez     a        doce {comma}
    from       ten      to       twelve
    `So if (it) is good   for you from ten to twelve'
Example #2:

    b.este Ø                      est-á            bien {period} #key_click# {seos}
    eh     nullpro:3 SG        be -3 SG:PRES    well
    `then, (it) is good'
Example #3:

    c. fsnm: perfecto {period} {seos} diez       a        doce      el      veintitrés {comma}{seos}
    perfect                    ten     to       twelve    the     twenty-three
    `Perfect. (From) ten to twelve (on) the twenty-third'
Example #4:

    oficina entonces {period {seos}
    office then
    `Well, (I) will see you in your office then.'
Example #5:

    2      a. B:    Sí,      tío.        ¿Y      chic -o  -s? </DA>
    Yes      uncle        And    kid -MASC -PL
    `Yes , uncle. And kids?'
Example #6:

    b. A:    Todavía              no </DA>
    yet                  not
    `Not yet.'
Example #7:

    *pause* /ls/     a           part - ir           de     l -as           dos {period}
    at          start -INF          of     the ­ FEM :PL   two
    `Well, on the eighth I can after (lit. `starting at') two.'
Example #8:

    4        A:         Ø                 Me        levant-o        a           l -as           siete --
    nullpro:1 SG      1 SG      get.up-1SG:PRES at          the-FEM:PL      seven
    `(I) get up at seven- -
Example #9:

    B:         Sí.
    Yes
    `Yes'
Example #10:

    a         nueve cuarenta --
    to        nine     forty
    `(I) have class from eight till nine forty'
Example #11:

    5      a. así <[n]> <[n]>                             combin -amos              bien /ls/
    so.that                  nullpro:1PL        plan - 1PL:PRES           well
    `So that (we) can plan it well'
Example #12:

    b. y                        qued - amos               para       ver      =nos {period} {seos}
    and nullpro:1PL          arrange-1PL:PRES          to         see:INF =1PL:RFL
    `and (we) can arrange to see each other'
Example #13:

    6      a.A:      si                       te       enganch - ás                 con         es -o    -s,
    if       nullpro:2 SG    RFL:2 SG hook.u p -2 SG:PRES          with        that-MASC -PL
    `If (you) hook up with those'
Example #14:

    b.       y                           ten -és            acceso,
    and       nullpro:2 SG      have-2SG:PRES      access
    `And (you) have access'
Example #15:

    c.        yo      ten -go            también            acceso,
    I       have-1SG:PRES      too                access
    `I also have access'
Example #16:

    correo, así
    mail      so
    `(We) can communicate by e- mail'
Example #17:

    7      a. "A"   Kiko    una      vez        se       gan -ó              veinte,
    Kiko    one      time       refl:3sg win - 3sg:pret      twenty
    `Kiko once won twenty (dollars)'
Example #18:

    b.       Pato, también. </DA>
    Pato      too
    `Pato (did so) too.'
Example #19:

    8      a. Ø              teng -o            dos,        dos    Ø                   teng -o,         sí
    nullpro:1 SG    have-1SG:PRES      two         two    nullpro:1 SG        h ave-1SG:PRES   yes
    `(I) have two, two (I) have, yes'
Example #20:

    b. y      (yo       teng - o)      otro -s             laburo-s
    and (I           have-1SG:PRES) other-MASC :PL      job -MASC :PL
    `and (I have) other jobs'
Example #21:

    b.i que me       van              apareci-endo
    that 1 SG      go:3PL:PRES      appear-PROG
    `that come up'
Example #22:

    10     a. No    Ø                 compr-o         nada, no             nada, nada
    not    nullpro:1 SG      buy - 1 SG:PRES nothing no           nothing nothing
    `(I) don't buy anything'
Example #23:

    mi                 hermana </DA>
    POSS:1 SG          sister
    `because (I) want to go see my sister'
Example #24:

    para         enganch - ar        todo,
    to           hook.up-INF         everything
    `because (we) have some (=modems) around to hook up everything'
Example #25:

    12     a.Yo      le                dij      -e,
    I      OBJ:3 SG          say:PRET -1SG
    `I said to her'
Example #26:

    est-oy            enfermísim - o. </DA>
    be -1 SG:PRES     very.sick    -MASC :SG
    `(You) know what, teacher, (I) am very sick'
Example #27:

    b. Ø                       Me               dij      -o,
    nullpro:FEM:3SG          OBJ:1 SG         say:PRET -3SG
    `(She) said to me
Example #28:

    i. Ø               no       me                bronc - a. </DA>
    nullpro:3 SG    not      OBJ:1 SG          bother-3SG:PRES
    `(It) doesn't bother me'
Example #29:

    tu                  examen.
    POSS:2 SG           exam
    `Monday (I) will give you your exam'
Example #30:

    13     a. B:     sí,     yo     lo                 quier-o            convenc -er
    yes     I      OBJ:3 SG:MASC      want-1 SG:PRES     convince-INF
    `I want to convince him'
Example #31:

    a        mí
    to       OBJ:1 SG
    `that (he) should give me a loan'
Example #32:

    la                    aventura,
    the: FEM:SG           adventure
    `And, uh, she went looking for adventure'
Example #33:

    hacer      tesis,      ahora,          entonces.
    do.INF     thesis      now             then
    `Then, how are you going to do your thesis      now?'
Example #34:

    Centro       de          Ecología -- </DA>
    Center       of          Ecology
    `Well, I'll do it, I think, at the Ecology Centre.'
Example #35:

    traer        tod- os                 l - os               legajo -s {period}
    bring.INF all -MASC :PL              the- MASC :PL        file -PL
    `Please, don't forget to bring all the files.'
Example #36:

    b.                  Se       compr-ó         algun-as               cosa -s de        est -a -s
    nullpro:3 SG      3 SG:RFL buy - 3 SG:PRET some -FEM:PL           thing-PL of       this -FEM-PL
    `(He) bought some of these things'
Example #37:

    máquina
    machine
    `that (we) put in the computer'
Example #38:

    c. él     siempre va              de      compras                   qué     sé                 yo
    he     always go.3SG:PRES      of      shopping                  what    know: 1 SG:PRES    I
    `He always goes shopping, what do I know'
Example #39:

    es               Pablo Lates eh
    be:3 SG:PRES     Pablo Lates        eh
    `the one who leaves around the 20th is Pablo Lates, eh'
Example #40:

    reunión              en       IBM
    meeting              in       IBM
    `I have next week (lit. the   week that comes) a meeting at IBM'
Example #41:

    qued -amos                 así {period} {seos}
    nullpro:1PL       arrange-1PL:PRES           so/like.this
    `Well, <you > then ( we) agree on this'
Example #42:

    21      a. "B"    sí,     y      quien es                     Mónica Martínez,              no? </DA>
    yes     and    who     be:3 SG:PRES         Mónica Martínez               not
    `Ye s, and who is Mónica Martínez, right?'
Example #43:

    b. nadie         l -a               co- </DA>
    nobody        OBJ-FEM:SG         knw-
    `Nobody (knows) her'
Example #44:

    c. "A" un -a            much-       un- a           muchacha
    a -FEM:SG       gir-        a -FEM:SG       girl
    `A gir- a girl'
Example #45:

    que      nac     - ió      en      Camiri [PAUSE] Cochabamba,   Bolivia </DA>
    that     be.born -3SG:PRET in      Camiri         Cochabamba    Bolivia
    `who was born in Camiri, Cochabamba, Bolivia.'
Example #46:

    b. a.lo.mejor     Ø                 son                topo -s , o -- </DA>
    maybe          nullpro:3PL       be:3PL:PRES        mole -PL or
    `Maybe (they) are moles .'
Example #47:

    niñ -it -os               qué      tal        est-án. </DA>
    kid ­ DIM-MASC :PL        what     ¿?         be -3PL:PRES
    `And the, dear, and the kids how are they?'
Example #48:

    l -a              pisci- afuera de           l -a                piscina, </DA>
    the-FEM:SG        swim- outside of           the-FEM:SG          swimingpool
    `Well, yesterday Samuel fell in the swim- outside the swimingpool.'
Example #49:

    un -a             de      tu         -s       carta-s,        ¿no? </DA>
    one -FEM:SG       of      POSS:2 SG-PL        letter- PLno
    `Like you have told me in one of your letters, right?'
Example #50:

    bueno       de         hac-er    un -a                  reunión {comma} {seos}
    ok          of         do -INF a -FEM:SG                meeting
    `To me, it als o seems ok to have a meeting'
Example #51:

    28         /h#/ me    viene                    mejor       el                    jueves {comma} {seos}
    1 SG   come:3 SG:PRES           better      the:MASC :SG          Thursday
    `Thursday is better for me'
Example #52:

    del                    quince      a -l                   diecinueve {period} {seos}
    from.the:MASC:SG       fifteenth to -the:MASC :SG         nineteenth
    `How is it for you from the fifteenth to the nineteenth?'
Example #53:

    junt-ar - me            con         vos /h#/ /eh/ es -e                día /h#/
    join -INF -1 SG         with        2 SG          that-MASC:SG         day
    `So it would be impossible for me to join you that day'
Example #54:

    31       A:       yo       me      l -a                 compr-é         usad -a
    I        1 SG    OBJ-FEM:SG           buy - 1 SG:PRET used -FEM:SG
    `I bought a used one for me'
Example #55:

    32         "A" ¡    Y        que     Ø                   se       l -o             d -an! </DA>
    and      that    nullpro:3PL         3 SG     OBJ-MASC :3 SG   give-3PL:PRES
    `And it was given to her'
Example #56:

    hac-er           mi               últim-o              examen           aquí. </DA>
    do -INF          POSS:1 SG        last -MASC :SG       exam             here
    `A teacher had to come and give me my exam here.'
Example #57:

    hac-er            mi              últim-o         examen                aquí. </DA>
    do -INF           POSS:1 SG               last -MASC :SG exam                    here
    `A teacher had to come and give me my exam here.'
Example #58:

    de       arqueología       y        antropología    en       Grecia. </DA>
    of       archeology        and      anthropology    in       Greece
    `My sister applied for a program in archeology and anthropology in Greece.'
Example #59:

    36       Y         un - a         de          Marta .
    And       one -FEM:SG    of          Marta
    `And one (letter) from Marta '
Example #60:

    de       Gales, del                Sur,
    of       Wales of-the.MASC :SG South
    `(She) is going to the University of South Wales '
Example #61:

    i. donde          estud-ió          Sarucán,            también. </DA>
    where          study-3SG:PRET Sarucán                too
    `where Sarucán studied as well.'
Example #62:

    b. "A"    A       hac-er             qué. </DA>
    to       do -INF            what.OBJ
    `To do what?'
Example #63:

    c. "B"    Este. </DA>      A      hac-er ecología. </DA>
    eh               to     do -INF environmental science
    `Eh, to study environmental science.'
Example #64:

    junt -ar         l -a              plata
    gather-INF       the-FEM:SG        money
    `But (I) have not been able to gather the money'
Example #65:

    es -o,             pues. </DA>
    that-MASC :SG
    `that (I) need to be able to do that'
Example #66:

    39     a. "B"   Son,              son               l -os          tutoriales. </DA>
    be:3PL:PRES       be:3PL:PRES       the-MASC :PL   exams
    `(They) are the exams'
Example #67:

    b. Ø               Tiene-s           que   present -ar         un -o           cada     año.
    imp.2 SG        have -2 SG:PRES that    present -INF        one -MASC :SG   every    year
    `( You) have to take one every year'
Example #68:

    40     "A" ¡    Y          que     Ø                 se     lo                d -an! </DA>
    and        that    nullpro:3pl       3sg    obj:3sg           give- 3pl:pres
    `And it was given   to her'
Example #69:

    41      Ya       se              te       oye                    muy      bien. </DA>
    already imp.3 SG         OBJ:2 SG hear: 3 SG             very     well
    `You already sound very well'
Example #70:

    b. Ø              es            un                       cuerazo. </DA>
    nullpro:3 SG   be:3 SG:PRES  a:MASC :SG               good.body
    `(She) has a good body.'
Example #71:

    43      a. "A" Ay, a       poco     si         Ø                 est-ás           hinchad-o. </DA>
    at     little   if         nullpro:2 SG      be -2 SG:PRES    swollen-MASC :SG
    `If anything, (you) are swollen.'
Example #72:

    b."B"    Sí,      sí. </DA>
    yes      yes
    `Yes, yes.'
Example #73:

    c.No,    hinchad- o,                   no,      no. </DA>
    no     swollen ­ MASC :SG            no       no
    `Not swollen,'
Example #74:

    d. Llen -o         de      granitos,            no,      este </DA>
    full ­ MASC :SG of      zits                 no       eh
    `full of zits.'
Example #75:

    44     a. ¿     Te       lat -e           que     como       quince? </DA>
    OBJ:2 SG beat -3SG:PRES   that    like       fifteen
    `Does fifteen (minutes) sound about right?
Example #76:

    b. "B"     Pues    no      sé                yo </DA>
    well    not     know: 1 SG:PRES   I
    `Well , I don't know.'
Example #77:

    c. // Ø           llev      -amos        como quince minutos,                      mamá? // </DA>
    nullpro:1PL be.talking-1PL:PRES    like    fifteen minutes                   mom?
    `Mom, have we been talking for fifteen minutes?'
Example #78:

    d. Ø               dice             que      más       o       menos </DA>
    nullpro:3 SG     say: 3SG:PRES    that     more      or      less
    `(She) says that (we have been talking for about fifteen minutes) more or less.'
Example #79:

    45     a. ¿     Te       lat -e           que     como       quince? </DA>
    OBJ:2 SG beat -3SG:PRES   that    like       fifteen
    `Does fifteen (minutes) sound about right?
Example #80:

    b. "B"   Pues     no         sé                yo </DA>
    well     not        know: 1 SG:PRES   I
    `Well, I don't know.'
Example #81:

    c. // Ø           llev      -amos          como        quince minutos,             mamá? // </DA>
    nullpro:1PL be.talking-1PL:PRES      like        fifteen minutes             mom?
    `Mom, have we been talking for fifteen minutes?'
Example #82:

    d. Ø               dice             que      más       o       menos </DA>
    nullpro:3 SG     say: 3SG:PRES    that     more      or      less
    `(She) says that (we have been talking for about fifteen minutes) more or less.'
Example #83:

    l -a            gente </DA>
    the-FEM:SG      people
    `Because (you) stop writing to p eople'
Example #84:

    b. y      además Ø                    no       guard -as        l -as              carta-s </DA>
    and also          imp:2 SG          not      keep - 2 SG:PRES the-FEM:PL         letter-PL
    `and (you) don't keep the letters either'
Example #85:

    c. "A"   Sí,       es -o              es            l -o              mal-o, </DA>
    yes       that-MASC :SG      be: 3 SG:PRES the-MASC :SG      bad -MASC :SG
    `Yes, that is the bad thing about it'