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Davison, Alice (2003). Word order, parameters, and the Extended COMP projection.

URL: http://www.uiowa.edu/~linguist/faculty/davison/leftperiphery.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-06-01).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1260&langcode=guj (2021-10-22).

 

Example #1:

    [Gujarati] a. te-thii huM anumaan karuM chuM         [ke maarii buddhi mand hashe]
    this-from I. inference do-1s be-pres-1s that my intellect sluggish be-fut-3s
    From this I make the inference that my intellect must have been sluggish'. (Masi
Example #2:

    [Gujarati] b. . ma-ne [[te-nii    aadhyaatmiktaa ochii thaatii hoy] em] naathi laagtuM
    I-dat    this-from spiritual value   less be-cont-3s-such not strike-pres-3s
    'It did not seem to me [that their spiritual value was diminished' (Masica 2000:
Example #3:

    [Gujarati] c [[maarii buddhi mand         hashe] evuM] te-thii huM anamaan karuM chuM
    my      intellect sluggish be-fut-3s such-n this-from 1s inference do-1s be-pres-1s
    From this I make the inference that my intellect must have been sluggish'. (Masi
Example #4:

    14) [Gujarati] raaj kaale     aawshe ne/ke/kharo?
    Raj tomorrow come-fut. not/Q/correct
    `Will Raj come tomorrow?' (P.J. Mistry p.c.)
Example #5:

    20) [Gujarati] . ramaa [raaj kaale aawshe ne/ke/kharo     ] em puche che
    Ram Raj tomorrow come-fut. not/Q/correct such ask be-pres
    `Ram is inquiring [whether Raj will come tomorrow] (P.J. Mistry p.c.)