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Falk, Yehuda N. (1997). Case Typology and Case Theory.

URL: http://pluto.mscc.huji.ac.il/~msyfalk/Case-T&T.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-06-15).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1310&langcode=ckt (2021-06-22).


Example #1:

    (60) a.          tl g- n p kir- g i        nk am e w i- g i.
    father- ABS arrive- 3sgAOR and      die- 3sgAOR
    `Father came and died.'
Example #2:

    b.        tl g-       ek k       winren- nin              nk am e yet- g i.
    father- ERG son.ABS help-        3sg3sg.AOR and             go- 3sgAOR
    `The father helped the son and he (the father or the son) left.'
Example #3:

    c.        tl g- n     ik- w i         akka- gt       nk am e winret- g i
    father- ABS say- 3sgAOR son- DAT and                    help- 3sgAOR
    `The father spoke to the son and he (the father or the son) gave help.'
Example #4:

    b.        ig r a-       yo - k -      l-      et enm- et m n- elq n- m k
    now NEG- reach- NEG- PRTC- to hill- to 1pl- go-                1pl(IMP.I)
    `Now let us go to the hill which (someone) didn't reach.'
Example #5:

    winret- rk n- inet             ew cqet- ti.
    help-     PRES.I- 3sgA3plP woman- ABSpl
    `The youth who does not chase the reindeer is helping the women.'
Example #6:

    (64) a.        Ek k       yet- g i.
    son.ABS go- 3sg.AOR
    `The son came.'
Example #7:

    b.      yet - l -       n     ek k
    go- PART- ABS son.ABS
    `the son who came / is coming'
Example #8:

    (65) a.        Yokwa- y -           e       inqey r yegtelew-      nin.
    loon-     INTENS- ERG boy.ABS save-                 3sg3sg.AOR
    `The great loon saved the boy.'
Example #9:

    b.      yokwa- y -           n ine-          nyegtelew- -    l-     n
    loon- INTENS- ABS APASS- save-                       PART- ABS
    `Loon the savior' (a fairy tale title)
Example #10:

    c.      r yagtalaw- yo                inqey
    save-         PASS.PART boy.ABS
    `the saved boy'