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Itziar Laka (2007). DERIVING SPLIT ERGATIVITY IN THE PROGRESSIVE.

URL: http://www.student.ru.nl/luucvanderhorst/bestanden/DSMworkshop/DSM_Laka.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 961&langcode=eus (2018-10-17).

 

Example #1:

    (1)      a. emakume-a-k ogi-a      jaten du
    woman-det-E bread-det eating has
    "The woman eats the bread"
Example #2:

    b. emakume-a ogi-a       jaten ari da
    woman-det bread-det eating prog is
    "The woman is eating the bread"
Example #3:

    (2)      a. emakume-a [dantza-n]        ari      da
    woman-det dance-loc       engaged is
    "the woman is engaged     in dance" (the woman is dancing)
Example #4:

    b. emakume-a [ogi-a         ja-te-n]      ari da
    woman-det bread-det       eat-nom-loc engaged is
    "the woman is (engaged     in) eating the bread"
Example #5:

    (3)      a. gazteri-a-k pilota uz-ten        ari du
    youth-det-E ball-det leave-impf prog has
    ("young people are leaving jai-alai playing")