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URL: http://www.personal.uni-jena.de/~x4diho/The%20ordering%20distribution%20of%20main%20and%20adverbial%20clauses%20a%20typological%20study.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 1671&langcode=aey (2021-09-17).


Example #1:

    a. [ho busale-ce-b] dana age qo-ig-a.
    pig run.out-DS-3SG man 3PL hit-3PL-PAST
    `The pig ran out and the men killed it.'
Example #2:

    b. *dana age [ho busale-ce-b] qo-i-ga.
    man 3PL pig run.out-DS-3SG hit-3PL-PAST
    `The men, as the pig was running out, killed it.'
Example #3:

    c. *dana age qo-i-ga        [ho busale-ce-b].
    man 3PL hit-3PL-PAST pig run.out-DS-3SG
    `The men killed the pig as it was running out.'
Example #4:

    d. [ho qo-qag-an nu] dana age ho-ig-a.
    pig hit-3PL-FUT PURP man 3PL come-3PL-PAST
    `To kill the pig the men came.'
Example #5:

    e. dana age [ho qo-qag-an nu] ho-ig-a.
    man 3PL pig hit-3PL-FUT PURP come-3PL-PAST
    `The men came to kill the pig.'
Example #6:

    f. uqa sab man-igi-an [ija ja hud-ig-en              fi].
    3PL food roast-3SG-FUT I fire open-3SG-FUT if
    `She will cook the food if I light the fire.'
Example #7:

    b. [(uqa)i sab j-igi-an       nu] Fredi ho-i-a.
    3SG food eat-3SG-FUT PURP Fred come-3SG-PAST
    `Fred came to eat food.'