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Irina Nikolaeva Possessive affixes in the pragmatic structuring of the utterance: Evidence from Uralic

URL: http://ling.uni-konstanz.de/pages/home/nikolaeva/papers/izhevsk.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-12-22).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1541&langcode=mhr (2021-10-23).

 

Example #1:

    (1)    a.         (tu -n)        wt-s                                             Cheremis
    (he-GEN)       water-3SG
    his water
Example #2:

    b.         Wt-s         jo a, ser-ze           ko es.
    water-3SG      runs bank-3SG          remains
    The water is running (and) the riverbanks remain. (Bereczki 1990: 43)
Example #3:

    (3)    Ot         j     k n-ze        jum la-n       tau.                          Cheremis
    NEG drink if-3SG               God-GEN       thank
    If you don't drink, thanks be to God. (Bereczki 1990: 43)
Example #4:

    b.       r-em-ze,  r-em-ze,  r!                                           Cheremis
    girl-1SG-3SG girl-1SG-3SG girl
    And my daughter, what sort of girl she is! (Tuzarov 1987: 67)
Example #5:

    (24)   T j-ze       kuze ilas       t alat?                                   Cheremis
    you-3SG      how live will.2SG
    And how are you going to live? (Tuzarov 1987: 67)
Example #6:

    (25)   a.      A       tj      kuz e   jratet-se?                                     Cheremis
    and     you     how     love.2SG-3SG
    And how do you love? (Bereczki 1990: 43)
Example #7:

    bertyz          i ni .
    returned.3SG already
    The elder son of the neighbors has already returned from army service.
Example #8:

    rwez- st-vlak ...         m od t .
    young-3PL-PL              play.3PL
    The elderly people s   it by the house, (while) the young people play.