The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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Lorna Marie Fadden (2000). THE INVERSE CONTINUUM.

URL: http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp01/MQ61427.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3533&langcode=arn (2022-01-22).


Example #1:

    (24) ngilla-fi-n                                      (Arnold 1994)
    buy-OBJ- 1SG
    '1 bought it/him/her/it.'
Example #2:

    (25) pe-e-n-eu
    see-INV- 1SG-3
    'He saw me.'
Example #3:

    (26) pe-e-n-0
    see-iNV- 1SG-2
    'You saw me.'
Example #4:

    (27) ngilla-fi-y
    'SheJthey bought iÓ/himlher/them.'
Example #5:

    (28) feimochi     ngici feipi-fi-i chi kuse pankÔli...
    then the fox say-OBJ-3 the old            puma
    'Then the fox said to the old Lioness...'
Example #6:

    (29) pe-e-y-ew
    'S/he/it/them saw him/her/it/them.'
Example #7:

    wentro     langŁm-fi-i     domo
    man        kill-OBJ-3lSUBJ woman
    The man killed the woman.
Example #8:

    wentro    langiim-e-y-ew                domo
    man       kili-INV-3iSUBJ-3/0BJ         woman
    'The woman killed the man.'
Example #9:

    (35) pe-nge-i
    'He was seen.'