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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

Jeffrey MacSwan (1997). A Minimalist Approach to Intrasentential Code Switching.

URL: http://www.public.asu.edu/~macswan/macswan.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 236&langcode=nhs (2021-09-19).

 

Example #1:

    (23)    quin-costar-oa trabajo
    them cost-TRNS work
    `It costs them work'
Example #2:

    (24)    costar-ihui in nêca trabajo
    cost-INTRNS the that work
    `That work is costly'
Example #3:

    ni-k-neki ni-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    1S-3Os-want 1S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-                 NSF
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #4:

    ni-k-neki ni-tlake-koa-s
    1S-3Os-want 1S-garment-buy-FUT
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #5:

    ne ni-k-tlasojtla in Maria
    I 1S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #6:

    ni-k-tlasojtla ne in Maria
    1S-3Os-love I IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #7:

    ne ni-k-tlasojtla in Maria
    I 1S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #8:

    ne ni-k-tlasojtla in Maria
    I 1S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #9:

    Yo la ni-k-tlasojtla
    I ACC.CLITIC 1S-3Ss-love
    `I love her'
Example #10:

    le dije ke 0-ki-tlasojtla that in Juan sikpanoah
    DAT.CLITIC PAST/1Ss/say 3S-3Os-love IN Juan a.lot
    `I told him that she loves Juan a lot'
Example #11:

    o-ni-k-itak se ichpochtle, y le pregunt-é dónde está la iglesia
    be/3Ss/PRES the church
    `I saw a girl, and I asked her where the church is'
Example #12:

    vi a una muchacha, iwan o-ni-k-tlajtlani kanika in teopan
    PAST/1Ss/see PRT a girl, and PAST-1S-3Os-ask where the church
    `I saw a girl, and I asked her where the church is'
Example #13:

    o-ni-k-itak se ichpochtle, iwan le pregunt-é dónde está la iglesia
    be/3Ss/PRES the church
    `I saw a girl, and I asked her where the church is'
Example #14:

    vi a una muchacha, y o-ni-k-tlajtlani kanika in teopan
    PAST/1Ss/see PRT a girl, and PAST-1S-3Os-ask where the church
    `I saw a girl, and I asked her where the church is'
Example #15:

    estaba feliz, porque o-ni-k-kitak se ichpochtle
    PAST/1Ss/be happy because PAST-1S-3Os-see a girl
    `I was happy because I saw a girl'
Example #16:

    le dije ke 0-ki-tlasojtla that in Juan sikpanoah
    DAT.CLITIC PAST/1Ss/say that 3S-3Os-love IN Juan a.lot
    `I told him that she loves Juan a lot'
Example #17:

    o-ni-k-ili que la quier-e Juan
    PAST-1S-3Os-say that ACC.CLITIC love-PRES/3Ss Juan
    `I told him that Juan loves her'
Example #18:

    o-ni-k-ili la quiere Juan
    PAST-1S-3Os-say ACC.CLITIC love-PRES/3Ss Juan
    `I told him Juan loves her'
Example #19:

    ni-k-chia ke (te) xi-k-koa tlakeme-tl
    1S-3Os-hope that (you) SUBJ-3Os-buy garment-NSF
    `I hope you buy some clothes'
Example #20:

    quier-o ke (te) xi-k-koa tlakeme-tl
    want-PRES/1Ss that (you) SUBJ-3Ss-buy garment-             NSF
    'I want you to buy some clothes'
Example #21:

    ni-k-chia ke compr-es ropa
    1S-3Os-hope that buy-SUBJ/2Ss clothes
    'I hope you buy some clothes'
Example #22:

    esper-o que (te) xi-k-koa tlakeme-tl
    hope-PRES/1Ss that (you) SUBJ-3Ss-buy garment-             NSF
    `I hope that you buy some clothes'
Example #23:

    ni-o ni-k-tati no-welti
    1S-go 1S-3Os-see my-sister
    `I'm going to see my sister'
Example #24:

    ni-o (a) ver (a) mi hermana
    1Ss-go (PRT) INF/see (PRT) my sister
    `I'm going to see my sister'
Example #25:

    ni-o veo (a) mi hermana
    1S-go PRES/1Ss/see PRT my sister
    `I'm going to see my sister'
Example #26:

    ni-k-neki ni-k-koa-s tlakemetl
    1S-3Os-want 1S-3Os-buy-FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #27:

    ni-k-neki compr-o ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/PRES clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #28:

    ni-k-neki compr-aré ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #29:

    ni-k-neki ni-k-koa-s tlakemetl
    1S-3Os-want 1S-3Os-buy-FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #30:

    (ne) ni-k-palewij-toc in Juan
    (I) 1S-3Os-help-DUR IN Juan
    `I'm helping Juan'
Example #31:

    (ye) 0-nejnen-toc
    (he) 3S-walk-DUR
    `He's walking'
Example #32:

    estoy ni-tla-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #33:

    estoy tla-toh-toc
    be/1Ss INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #34:

    estoy ni-ki-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-speak-DUR
    `I'm saying it'
Example #35:

    estoy ki-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 3Os-speak-DUR
    `I'm saying it'
Example #36:

    estoy ni-tla-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-eat-DUR
    `I'm eating'
Example #37:

    estoy tla-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss INDEF-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating'
Example #38:

    estoy ni-k-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating it'
Example #39:

    estoy k-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 3Os-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating it'
Example #40:

    estoy ni-tla-kak-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-hate-DUR
    `I'm hating' (=`I feel hatred')
Example #41:

    estoy tla-kak-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss INDEF-hate-DUR
    `I'm hating' (=`I feel hatred')
Example #42:

    estoy ni-k-kak-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-hate-     DUR
    `I'm hating it'
Example #43:

    ni-naka-cuaj-toc
    1Ss-meat-eat-DUR
    `I'm eating meat'
Example #44:

    estoy ni-naka-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-meat-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating meat'
Example #45:

    estoy naka-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss meat-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating meat'
Example #46:

    estoy ni-k-palewij-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-helping-DUR
    `I'm helping him/her'
Example #47:

    estoy ni-k-maka-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-give-DUR
    `I'm handing it to him/her'
Example #48:

    estoy ni-nejnen-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-walk-DUR
    `I'm walking'
Example #49:

    estoy nejnen-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss walk-DUR
    `I'm walking'
Example #50:

    estoy ni-a-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-go-   DUR
    `I'm going'
Example #51:

    estoy ya-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss go-   DUR
    `I'm going'
Example #52:

    estoy ni-tekiti-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-work-    DUR
    `I'm working'
Example #53:

    estoy tekiti-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss work-   DUR
    `I'm working'
Example #54:

    amo ni-tekiti-toc
    not 1S-work-DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #55:

    no ni-tekiti-toc
    not 1S-work-DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #56:

    no estoy tekiti-toc
    not be/PRES/1Ss work-   DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #57:

    amo estoy tekiti-toc
    not be/PRES/1Ss work-   DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #58:

    no o-ni-k-ili
    not PAST-1S-3Os-tell
    `I didn't tell him'
Example #59:

    amo le dije
    not DAT.CLITIC tell/PAST/1Ss
    `I didn't tell him'
Example #60:

    Maria no 0-ki-tlasojtla in Juan
    Maria not 3S-3Os-love IN Juan
    `Maria doesn't love Juan'
Example #61:

    Maria amo quier-e a Juan
    Maria not love-3Ss/PRES PRT Juan
    `Maria doesn't love Juan'
Example #62:

    Maria amo am-a a Juan
    Maria not love-3Ss/PRES PRT Juan
    `Maria doesn't love Juan'
Example #63:

    amo am-o a Maria
    not love-1Ss/PRES PRT Maria
    `I don't love Maria'
Example #64:

    cada tlaka-tl o-0-ki-pipitzo in i-siwa
    each man-NSF PAST-3S-3Os-kiss IN his-wife
    `Each man kissed his wife'
Example #65:

    cada hombre o-0-ki-pipitzo in i-siwa
    each man PAST-3S-3Os-kiss IN his-wife
    `Each man kissed his wife'
Example #66:

    Juan o-0-ki-tak aka
    Juan PAST-3S-3Os-see somebody
    `Juan saw somebody'
Example #67:

    Juan aka o-0-ki-tak
    Juan somebody PAST-3S-3Os-see
    `Juan saw somebody'
Example #68:

    Juan amaka o-0-ki-tak
    Juan nobody PAST-3S-3Os-see
    `Juan saw nobody'
Example #69:

    Juan o-0-ki-tak amaka
    Juan PAST-3S-3Os-see nobody
    `Juan saw nobody'
Example #70:

    amaka witz
    nobody come
    `Nobody will come'
Example #71:

    witz amaka
    come nobody
    `Nobody will come'
Example #72:

    aka witz
    somebody come
    `Somebody will come'
Example #73:

    witz aka
    come somebody
    `Somebody will come'
Example #74:

    Juan nadie o-0-ki-tak
    Juan nobody PAST-3S-3Os-see
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #75:

    Juan o-0-ki-tak (a) nadie
    Juan PAST-3S-3Os-see (PRT) nadie
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #76:

    Juan alguien o-0-ki-tak
    Juan somebody PAST-3S-3Os-see
    `Juan saw somebody'
Example #77:

    nadie witz
    nobody come
    `Nobody will come'
Example #78:

    witz (a) nadie
    come (PRT) nobody
    `Nobody will come'
Example #79:

    alguien witz
    somebody come
    `Somebody will come'
Example #80:

    witz alguien
    come somebody
    `Somebody will come'
Example #81:

    Juan amo o-0-ki-tak aka
    Juan not PAST-3S-3Os-see somebody
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #82:

    Juan a nadie o-0-ki-tak
    Juan PRT nobody PAST-3S-3Os-see
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #83:

    Juan o-0-ki-tak (a) nadie
    Juan PAST-3S-3Os-see (PRT) nobody
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #84:

    Juan no vió aka
    Juan not see/past/3Ss somebody
    `Juan didn't see anybody'
Example #85:

    compr-ará itlah
    buy-FUT/3Ss something
    `He'll buy something'
Example #86:

    itlah compr-ará
    something buy-FUT/3Ss
    `He'll buy something'
Example #87:

    amitlah compr-ará
    nothing buy-FUT/3Ss
    `He'll buy nothing'
Example #88:

    compr-ará amitlah
    buy-FUT/3Ss nothing
    `He'll buy nothing'
Example #89:

    neka hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    that man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `That man will buy a house'
Example #90:

    este tlaka-tl 0-ki-tlasojtla in Maria
    this man-NSF 3S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `This (here) man loves Maria'
Example #91:

    ese tlaka-tl 0-ki-tlasojtla in Maria
    this man-NSF 3S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `This man loves Maria'
Example #92:

    aquel tlaka-tl 0-ki-tlasojtla in Maria
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `That man loves Maria'
Example #93:

    neka tlaka-tl 0-ki-koa-s aquella kalli
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-buy-FUT that house
    `That man will buy that house'
Example #94:

    neka tlakatl kikoas esa kalli
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-buy-FUT this house
    `That man will buy this house'
Example #95:

    neka tlakatl kikoas esta kalli
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-buy-FUT this house
    `That man will buy this (here) house'
Example #96:

    neka tlaka-tl 0-ki-koa-s una kalli
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `That man will buy a house'
Example #97:

    el teopixke 0-ki-pia se coche
    the priest 3S-3Os-have a car
    `The priest has a car'
Example #98:

    el teopixke 0-ki-pia un coche
    the priest 3S-3Os-have a car
    `The priest has a car'
Example #99:

    se hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    a man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `A man will buy a house'
Example #100:

    tengo un kone-tl
    have/PRES/3Ss a son-NSF
    `I have a son'
Example #101:

    arranc-ó in vestido non de Maria
    pull-PAST/3Ss IN dress which of Maria
    `She pulled on Maria's dress'
Example #102:

    o-0-ki-tilanili in vestido non de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-pull IN dress which of Maria
    `She pulled on Maria's dress'
Example #103:

    in hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    IN man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `The man will buy a house'
Example #104:

    in cuchillo de Juan 0-ki-palewij-tok
    the knife of Juan 3S-3Os-help-DUR
    `Juan's knife is helping him'
Example #105:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli iztak
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #106:

    ye 0-ki-pia se iztak kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a white house
    `She has a white house'
Example #107:

    ye 0-ki-pia se blanca kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a white house
    `She has a white house'
Example #108:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli blanca
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #109:

    ye 0-ki-pia se blanco kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #110:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli blanco
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #111:

    yo ni-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    I 1S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-     NSF
    `I will buy clothes'
Example #112:

    tú ti-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    you/SING 2S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-           NSF
    `You will buy clothes'
Example #113:

    él 0-ki-koa-s tlak-eme-tl
    he 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-        NSF
    `He will buy clothes'
Example #114:

    ella 0-ki-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    she 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-          NSF
    `She will buy clothes'
Example #115:

    ni-k-tlalia tlantikuask   nochipa ne
    1S-3Os-prepare food       daily I
    `I prepare food every     day'
Example #116:

    ni-k-tlalia tlantikuask nochipa yo
    1S-3Os-prepare food daily I
    `I prepare food every day'
Example #117:

    ti-k-tlalia tlantikuask nochipa tú
    2S-3Os-prepare food daily you/SING
    `You prepare food every day'
Example #118:

    0-ki-tlalia tlantikuask nochipa él
    3S-3Os-prepare food daily he
    `He prepares food every day'
Example #119:

    ne tengo (una) casa
    I have/1Ss/PRES (a) house
    `I have a house'
Example #120:

    te tienes (una) casa
    you have/2Ss/PRES (a) house
    `You have a house'
Example #121:

    ye tiene (una) casa
    (s)he have/3Ss/PRES (a) house
    `(S)he has a house'
Example #122:

    ni-k-tlasojtla in ella
    1S-3Os-love IN her
    `I love her'
Example #123:

    ni-k-tlasojtla a ella
    1S-3Os-love PRT her
    `I love her'
Example #124:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla in tí
    1S-2Os-love IN you/SING/       ACC
    `I love you'
Example #125:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla a tí
    1S-2Os-love PRT you/SING/       ACC
    `I love you'
Example #126:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla in mí
    2S-2Os-love IN me/ACC
    `You love me'
Example #127:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla a mí
    2S-2Os-love PRT me/      ACC
    `You love me'
Example #128:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla in tú
    1S-2Os-love IN you/SING/       NOM
    `I love you'
Example #129:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla in yo
    2S-1Os-love IN I/NOM
    `You love me'
Example #130:

    veo (a) in ichpochtle
    see/3Ss/PRES (a) IN girl
    `I see the girl'
Example #131:

    ne ni-k-amar-oa in Maria
    I 1S-3Ss-love-VSF IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #132:

    ne ni-k-tlasojtla in Maria
    I 1S-3Ss-love IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #133:

    ne o-ni-k-golear-oa in tlaka-tl
    I PAST-3S-3Os-hit-VSF IN man-NSF
    `I hit the man'
Example #134:

    ne o-ni-k-mak in tlaka-tl
    I PAST-3S-3Os-give IN man-NSF
    `I hit the man'
Example #135:

    no-welti o-0-ki-mak no-hermano
    my-sister PAST-3S-3Os-give my-brother
    `My sister hit my brother'
Example #136:

    no-welti o-0-ki-mak no-kni
    my-sister PAST-3S-3Os-give my-brother
    `My sister hit my brother'
Example #137:

    mi hermana 0-ki-tlasojtla in Juan
    my sister 3S-3Os-love IN Juan
    `My sister loves Juan'
Example #138:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo a-el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss PRT-the brother of Maria
    `He kissed Maria's brother'
Example #139:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss the brother of Maria
    `Maria's brother kissed her'
Example #140:

    i-cuchillo in Juan le ayud-ó
    his-knife IN Juan DAT.CLITIC help-3Ss/PAST
    `Juan's knife helped him'
Example #141:

    este, uyá Coapa, fueron a cort-ar
    um, go/3S/PAST Coapa, ir/3Sp/PAST PRT cut-INF
    `Um, they went to Coapa; they went to cut crops.'
Example #142:

    tlami, yeka y estudi-o
    after, yeka and study-3Ss/PRES
    `And then I arrive and study'
Example #143:

    de.nuevo vamos a estudi-ar
    again go/3Sp/PRES PRT study-INF
    will go in again, then we're going to study again'
Example #144:

    kajki difícil
    is difficult
    `It's difficult'
Example #145:

    tlami muy felice-s kuando ya tlami
    after very happy-pl when already after
    `They're very happy when they're done'
Example #146:

    iwa nin malo, tlamis kuando     ya tlami este 0-ki-rescatar-oa
    and this.one bad, after when    already after um 3S-3Os-rescue-VSF
    `And this bad guy, after he's   done um they rescue him'
Example #147:

    tlam-ón ti-k-chiwa in recreo
    what-LOC 2Ss-3O-do IN recreo
    `What do you do during recess?'
Example #148:

    y-o-0-k-ita-k in película
    already-PAST-3S-3Os-see-VSF IN movie
    `Let's see now, you guys ask him if he already saw the movie.'
Example #149:

    o non de Pokajontas y-o-non-k-ita-keh in película
    or this about Pocahontas already-PAST-2Sp-3Os-see-PL IN película
    `Or the one about Pocahontas, have you guys seen the movie?'
Example #150:

    más o menos tlan-on 0-ki-jito non película
    more or less what-LOC 3S-3Os-cover this movie
    `More or less, what's this movie about?'
Example #151:

    más o menos xi-motlapowika kox kuajkualtzi kenomi ka in prueba
    more o less IMP-relate if good how is IN test
    `Tell me more or less if it's good the way the test is.'
Example #152:

    o de okse cuento
    or about another story
    a Coyote Man, or another story.'
Example #153:

    tlami ni-wit-z nika escuela
    after 3S-come-FUT here school
    `And then I'll come here to this school.'
Example #154:

    ti-tla-kua-s-ke, iwa ya ti-kochi-s-ke
    2Ss-INDEF-eat-FUT-PL already 2Ss-sleep-FUT-PL
    then we'll sleep.'
Example #155:

    a ver, entonces noiwa nomejwa non-tlajtoa
    PRT see/INF so also you/PL 3Sp-speak
    `Let's see, so you guys speak [Nahuatl] too.'
Example #156:

    pero el chiste ke   te xi-tlajto Mexicano
    but the joke that   you/SING SUBJ-speak Mexicano
    `But the thing is   that you speak Mexicano.'
Example #157:

    que de la una ti-kisa-s-ke para ni-as nocha
    that of the one 2Ss-go-FUT-PL for 1S-go home
    at one o'clock we leave to go home.'
Example #158:

    iwa mo-primo-jwa, mo-tia-jwa, non kech-me
    and your/SING-cousin-PL, your/SING-aunt-PL, that how.many-PL
    `And your cousins, your aunts. How many are there?'
Example #159:

    no, amo, kemi las siete y media
    no, no, like the/PL seven and half
    `No, no. About seven thirty."
Example #160:

    mo-tratar-oa de nin 0-ki-rescatar-oa in Pocajontas
    REF-treat-VSF about this 3S-3Os-escape-VSF IN Pocahontas
    `It deals with Pocahontas, the one who escaped.'
Example #161:

    ne ni-k-amar-oa in Maria
    I 1S-3Ss-love-VSF IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #162:

    mo-tratar-oa de nin 0-ki-rescatar-oa in Pocajontas
    REF-treat-VSF about this 3S-3Os-escape-VSF IN Pocahontas
    `It deals with Pocahontas, the one who escaped.'
Example #163:

    tú ti-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    you/SING 2S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-     NSF
    `You will buy clothes'
Example #164:

    él 0-ki-koa-s tlak-eme-tl
    he 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-    NSF
    `He will buy clothes'
Example #165:

    arranc-ó in vestido non de Maria
    pull-PAST/3Ss IN dress which of Maria
    `She pulled on Maria's dress'
Example #166:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss the brother of Maria
    `Maria's brother kissed her'
Example #167:

    mi hermana 0-ki-tlasojtla in Juan
    my sister 3S-3Os-love IN Juan
    `My sister loves Juan'
Example #168:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo a-el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss PRT-the brother of Maria
    `He kissed Maria's brother'
Example #169:

    ni-k-neki compr-aré ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #170:

    veo (a) in ichpochtle
    see/3Ss/PRES (a) IN girl
    `I see the girl'
Example #171:

    arranc-ó in vestido non de Maria
    pull-PAST/3Ss IN dress which of Maria
    `She pulled on Maria's dress'
Example #172:

    se hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    a man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `A man will buy a house'
Example #173:

    amo estoy tekiti-toc
    not be/PRES/1Ss work-         DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #174:

    amo le dije
    not DAT.CLITIC tell/PAST/1Ss
    `I didn't tell him'
Example #175:

    estoy ni-tla-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #176:

    estoy tla-toh-toc
    be/1Ss INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #177:

    yo ni-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    I 1S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-   NSF
    `I will buy clothes'
Example #178:

    tú ti-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    you/SING 2S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-      NSF
    `You will buy clothes'
Example #179:

    él 0-ki-koa-s tlak-eme-tl
    he 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-   NSF
    `He will buy clothes'
Example #180:

    ella 0-ki-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    she 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-     NSF
    `She will buy clothes'
Example #181:

    ye 0-ki-koa-s tlak-eme-tl
    (s)he 3S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-     NSF
    `(S)he will buy clothes'
Example #182:

    cada tlaka-tl o-0-ki-pipitzo in i-siwa
    each man-NSF PAST-3S-3Os-kiss IN 3S                POS-wife
    `Each man kissed his wife'
Example #183:

    ye 0-ki-tlasojtla cada tlaka-tl
    (s)he 3S-3Os-love each man-nsf
    `(S)he loves each man'
Example #184:

    in Juan nochipa 0-ki-pipitz-oa Maria
    IN Juan often 3S-3Os-kiss-VSF Maria
    `Juan often kisses Maria'
Example #185:

    in Juan 0-ki-pipitz-oa nochipa Maria
    IN Juan 3S-3Os-kiss-VSF often Maria
    `Juan kisses often Maria'
Example #186:

    ni-k-tlasojtla in ella
    1S-3Os-love IN her
    `I love her'
Example #187:

    ni-k-tlasojtla a ella
    1S-3Os-love PRT her
    `I love her'
Example #188:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla in tí
    1S-2Os-love IN you/SING/       ACC
    `I love you'
Example #189:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla a tí
    1S-2Os-love PRT you/SING/        ACC
    `I love you'
Example #190:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla in mí
    2S-2Os-love IN me/ACC
    `You love me'
Example #191:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla a mí
    2S-2Os-love PRT me/      ACC
    `You love me'
Example #192:

    ni-mis-tlasojtla in tú
    1S-2Os-love IN you/SING/       NOM
    `I love you'
Example #193:

    ti-tech-tlasojtla in yo
    2S-1Os-love IN I/NOM
    `You love me'
Example #194:

    mi hermana 0-ki-tlasojtla in Juan
    my sister 3S-3Os-love IN Juan
    `My sister loves Juan'
Example #195:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss the brother of Maria
    `Maria's brother kissed her'
Example #196:

    o-0-ki-pipitzo a-el hermano de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-kiss PRT-the brother of Maria
    `He kissed Maria's brother'
Example #197:

    veo (a) in ichpochtle
    see/3Ss/PRES (a) IN girl
    `I see the girl'
Example #198:

    veo (a) in ichpochtle
    see/3Ss/PRES (a) IN girl
    `I see the girl'
Example #199:

    veo (a) in ichpochtle
    see/3Ss/PRES (a) IN girl
    `I see the girl'
Example #200:

    le dije ke 0-ki-tlasojtla that in Juan sikpanoah
    DAT.CLITIC PAST/1Ss/say that 3S-3Os-love IN Juan a.lot
    `I told him that she loves Juan a lot'
Example #201:

    o-ni-k-ili que la quier-e Juan
    PAST-1S-3Os-say that ACC.CLITIC love-PRES/3Ss Juan
    `I told him that Juan loves her'
Example #202:

    o-ni-k-ili la quiere Juan
    PAST-1S-3Os-say ACC.CLITIC love-PRES/3Ss Juan
    `I told him Juan loves her'
Example #203:

    ni-o (a) ver (a) mi hermana
    1Ss-go (PRT) INF/see (PRT) my sister
    `I'm going to see my sister'
Example #204:

    ni-o veo (a) mi hermana
    1S-go PRES/1Ss/see PRT my sister
    `I'm going to see my sister'
Example #205:

    ni-k-neki compr-o ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/PRES clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #206:

    ni-k-neki compr-aré ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #207:

    ni-k-neki ni-k-koa-s tlakemetl
    1S-3Os-want 1S-3Os-buy-FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #208:

    ni-k-neki ke ni-k-koa-s tlakemetl
    1S-3Os-want that 1S-3Os-buy-FUT clothing
    `I want that I will buy some clothes.'
Example #209:

    ni-k-neki ni-k-koa-s tlakemetl
    1S-3Os-want 1S-3Os-buy-FUT clothing
    `I want to buy something.'
Example #210:

    estoy ni-tla-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #211:

    estoy tla-toh-toc
    be/1Ss INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #212:

    (ne) ni-k-palewij-toc in Juan
    (I) 1S-3Os-help-DUR IN Juan
    `I'm helping Juan'
Example #213:

    estoy ni-ki-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-3Os-speak-DUR
    `I'm saying it'
Example #214:

    estoy ki-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 3Os-speak-DUR
    `I'm saying it'
Example #215:

    estoy ni-naka-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-meat-eat-   DUR
    `I'm eating meat'
Example #216:

    estoy naka-cuaj-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss meat-eat-     DUR
    `I'm eating meat'
Example #217:

    (ne) ni-k-palewij-toc in Juan
    (I) 1S-3Os-help-DUR IN Juan
    `I'm helping Juan'
Example #218:

    (ne) ti-tlaka-tl
    (I) 2S-man-NSF
    `You're a man.'
Example #219:

    (ne) tlaka-tl
    (I) man-NSF
    `He's a man'
Example #220:

    ti-se-meh
    2S-one-PL
    `We are one.'
Example #221:

    estoy tekiti-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss work-      DUR
    `I'm working'
Example #222:

    estoy ya-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss go-       DUR
    `I'm going'
Example #223:

    ne ki-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    I 3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-          NSF
    `I'll buy some clothes.'
Example #224:

    ne ni-k-koa-s tlake-me-tl
    I 1S-3Os-buy-FUT garment-PL-            NSF
    `I'll buy some clothes.'
Example #225:

    no ni-tekiti-toc
    not 1S-work-DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #226:

    amo estoy tekiti-toc
    not be/PRES/1Ss work-    DUR
    `I'm not working'
Example #227:

    amo le dije
    not DAT.CLITIC tell/PAST/1Ss
    `I didn't tell him'
Example #228:

    amo ni-o ni-k-tati no-welti
    not 1S-go 1S-3Os-see my-sister
    `I'm not going to see my sister'
Example #229:

    amo ni-o amo ni-k-tati no-welti
    not 1S-go amo 1S-3Os-see my-sister
    `I'm not going to not see my sister'
Example #230:

    neka hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    that man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `That man will buy a house'
Example #231:

    se hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    a man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `A man will buy a house'
Example #232:

    o-0-ki-tilanili in vestido non de Maria
    PAST-3S-3Os-pull IN dress which of Maria
    `She pulled on Maria's dress'
Example #233:

    este tlaka-tl 0-ki-tlasojtla in Maria
    this man-NSF 3S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `This (here) man loves Maria'
Example #234:

    aquel tlaka-tl 0-ki-tlasojtla in Maria
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-love IN Maria
    `That man loves Maria'
Example #235:

    neka tlaka-tl 0-ki-koa-s aquella kalli
    that man-NSF 3S-3Os-buy-FUT that house
    `That man will buy that house'
Example #236:

    in hombre 0-ki-koa-s se kalli
    IN man 3S-3Os-buy-FUT a house
    `The man will buy a house'
Example #237:

    el teopixke 0-ki-pia se coche
    the priest 3S-3Os-have a car
    `The priest has a car'
Example #238:

    el teopixke 0-ki-pia un coche
    the priest 3S-3Os-have a car
    `The priest has a car'
Example #239:

    tengo un kone-tl
    have/PRES/3Ss a son-NSF
    `I have a son'
Example #240:

    ye 0-ki-pia se blanca kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a white house
    `She has a white house'
Example #241:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli blanca
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #242:

    ye 0-ki-pia se blanca kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #243:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli blanco
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #244:

    ye 0-ki-pia se kalli izta
    she 3S-3Os-have a house white
    `She has a white house'
Example #245:

    ye 0-ki-pia se iztak kalli
    she 3S-3Os-have a white house
    `She has a white house'
Example #246:

    ne ni-k-amar-oa in Maria
    I 1S-3Ss-love-VSF IN Maria
    `I love Maria'
Example #247:

    mo-tratar-oa de nin 0-ki-rescatar-oa in Pocajontas
    REF-treat-VSF about this 3S-3Os-escape-VSF IN Pocahontas
    `It deals with Pocahontas, the one who escaped.'
Example #248:

    no-welti o-0-ki-mak no-hermano
    my-sister PAST-3S-3Os-give my-brother
    `My sister hit my brother'
Example #249:

    ni-k-neki compr-aré ropa
    1S-3Os-want buy-1Ss/FUT clothing
    `I want to buy some clothes'
Example #250:

    estoy ni-tla-toh-toc
    be/PRES/1Ss 1S-INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'
Example #251:

    estoy tla-toh-toc
    be/1Ss INDEF-speak-DUR
    `I'm speaking'