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Frank, Robert (2005). Phase theory and Tree Adjoining Grammar.

URL: http://www.cog.jhu.edu/faculty/frank/papers/phase-paper-revised.pdf

(Last accessed 2006-01-02).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1641&langcode=moe (2021-09-19).


Example #1:

    b. Ni-tshissenim-ānān-at [mūpishtuāt Shūshepa Tshān māk Mānī].                           (Innu-aimūn)
    1pl-know-1pl-3pl       visit      Joseph John and Marie
    `We know that John and Marie visited Joseph.'
Example #2:

    b.   * Tshi-tshissītātin tān ishpish Pūn māk tshīn tshi-nītshipźtūtāu.
    1-want-know-3 when            Paul and you stopped
    `I want to know when Paul and you stopped.'
Example #3:

    (96)     a.      Ni-tshissīt-en kā-kuetshitshemu-iān tān ishpish tshi-pāpī.                                      (Innu-aimūn)
    1-remember-TI PRT-asked-1(INTR) when            PRT-laughed-2
    `I remember that I asked when you laughed.'
Example #4:

    b.   * Tshi-tshissītātin   kā-kuetshitshemu-iān tān ishpish tshi-pāpī.
    2-remember-1/INV PRT-asked-1(INTR) when              PRT-laughed-2
    `I remember that I asked when you laughed.'
Example #5:

    (97)    Nt-assokitam-a-k        eli kosiciy-ot     sakoma-k kehsi-wekihtu-htit man.                                        (Pas-
    1-surprised.TA-Dir-3P C know.TA-2Conj1 governor-3P X.many-spend-3PConj money
    `I'm surprised that you know that the governors spent a lot of money.'
Example #6:

    (100)   Ni-tshissenim-āu Pūn kā-mūpisht-āshk
    1-know-3          Paul prt-visited-2/Inv
    `I know that Paul visited you.'
Example #7:

    b. Pūn māk Mānī nikamūpan.
    Paul and Marie sang-3sg
    `Paul and Mary each sang.'
Example #8:

    (102)   a.     N-uī-tshissenim-āu-at tshekuānnu kuet mūpishtūt-āu Pūn māk Mānī.
    1-want-know-3pl       why             visited-2sg/3pl Paul and Marie
    `I want to know why you visited Paul and Marie.'
Example #9:

    (i)    Ma tshi-tshissenim-āu tān ishpish na       nit-aimā Mānī?                              (Innu-aimūn)
    Q 2-know-3            when        1-called Marie
    `Do you know when I called Marie?'
Example #10:

    (i)   Tān eshpish tshe-mishikāt Māni tshit-itenim-āu?
    when        fut-arrive    Marie 2-think-3
    `When do you think Marie will arrive?'
Example #11:

    (i)   a.    Tshi-kukuetshim-in auenua mūpishtākupan Mānī.
    2-asked-2/1        who visited-3        Marie
    `You asked me who visited Marie.'
Example #12:

    b.   * Tshi-kukuetshim-āu auenua mūpishtākupan Mānī.
    2-asked-TA-2/3     who visited-3        Marie
    `You asked me who visited Marie.'