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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:

Ozgur Yuksel and Cem Bozsahin (1995). Contextually Appropriate Reference Generation.

URL: http://www.ceng.metu.edu.tr/~bozsahin/carg.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2605&langcode=tur (2021-09-19).

 

Example #1:

    (1) Fatmai kendi-nei= j guven-ir
    F.NOM herself-DAT trust-AOR
    'Fatma trusts herself.'
Example #2:

    (2) Aysej kenar-da otur-uyor-du
    A.NOM side-LOC sit-PROG-PAST
    'Ayse was sitting by the corner.'
Example #3:

    Murati kos-ar-ken               Fatmak o-nui=j= k izl-iyor-du
    M.NOM run-AOR-CONV F.NOM he-ACC watch-PROG-PAST
    'While Murat was running, Fatma was watching him/her.'
Example #4:

    (3) Okul-a             gid-iyor-du         Murati
    school-DAT go-PROG-PAST M.NOM
    'Murat was going to school.'
Example #5:

    Murati okul-u              sev-iyor-du
    M.NOM school-ACC like-PROG-PAST
    'Murat liked the school.'
Example #6:

    Murati gec kal-m s-t
    M.NOM late stay-AUX-PAST
    'Murat has been late.'
Example #7:

    Murati acele et-meli-ydi
    M.NOM hurry make-NEC-PAST
    'Murat had to hurry.'
Example #8:

    (4) Okul-a             gid-iyor-du          Murati
    School-DAT go-PROG-PAST M.NOM
    'Murat was going to school.'
Example #9:

    Oi okul-u            sev-iyor-du
    He school-ACC like-PROG-PAST
    'He liked the school.'
Example #10:

    Oi gec kal-m s-t
    He late stay-AUX-PAST
    'He has been late.'
Example #11:

    Oi acele et-meli-ydi
    He hurry make-NEC-PAST
    'He had to hurry.'
Example #12:

    (5) Okul-a             gid-iyor-du       Murati
    School-DAT go-PROG-PAST M.NOM
    'Murat was going to school.'
Example #13:

    i Okul-u           sev-iyor-du
    School-ACC like-PROG-PAST
    '(He) liked the school.'
Example #14:

    i Gec kal-m s-t
    late stay-AUX-PAST
    '(He) has been late.'
Example #15:

    i Acele et-meli-ydi
    hurry make-NEC-PAST
    '(He) had to hurry.'
Example #16:

    (6)      Murati cam-           kr-d
    M.NOM glass-ACC break-PAST
    'Murat broke the window.'
Example #17:

    Cam-        kr-ani      dusun-sun
    glass-ACC break-REL think-IMP
    'Let the one who broke it worry.'
Example #18:

    (7) a.      Adami adam- j6=i incele-di
    man man-ACC examine-PAST
    'The mani examined the manj .'
Example #19:

    b.      Adam-lar birbirleri-ni     incele-di-ler
    man-PLU each other-ACC examine-PAST-PERS
    'The men examined each other.'
Example #20:

    (8) a.       Adam-lari birbirleri-ne          bak-t-lar
    man-PLU each other-ACC look-PAST-PERS
    'The men looked at each other.'
Example #21:

    b.     Adam-lar bak- s-t-lar
    man-PLU look-RECIP-PAST-PERS3p
    'The men looked at each other'
Example #22:

    c.     Adam-la kadn bak- s-t-lar
    Man-COM woman look-RECIP-PAST-PERS
    'The man and woman looked at each other'
Example #23:

    (13) Heryerde           turisti vardr. Ama burada i /*onlari yok
    Everywhere tourist exists . But here they                      not exist
    'There are tourists everywhere. But here, there is none.'
Example #24:

    (14) U1:       Murati kitab- j         oku-du
    M.NOM book-ACC read-PAST
    'Murat read the book.'
Example #25:

    U2 :       i Kitab- j       raf-a        kaldr-d
    book-ACC shelf-DAT put-PAST
    '(He) put the book on the shelf.'
Example #26:

    U2 :        i j Raf-a            kaldr-d
    shelf-DAT put-PAST
    '(He) put (it) on the shelf.'
Example #27:

    (15) U1 :     Murati iyi bir insan-dr
    M.NOM good a man-AUX
    'Murat is a good man.'
Example #28:

    c. U2 :          i O-naj      selam ver-di
    he-DAT hello give-PAST
    '(He) said hello to him.'
Example #29:

    U2 :     *Oi        cevre-si-ne               bakn-d
    he.NOM surrounding-POSS-DAT look-PAST
    'He looked around.'
Example #30:

    (18) U1 :       Murati kos-uyor-du (Cb = Murat)
    M.NOM run-PROG-PAST
    'Murat was running.'
Example #31:

    U3 :      O?i=j se-si-ni           duy-ur-am-yor-du (Cb =Meral hanm)
    She voice-POSS-ACC hear-CAUS-NEG-PROG-PAST
    'She could not make herself heard.'
Example #32:

    (19) U1 :      Murati Fadlj ile konus-uyor-du (Cb =Murat)
    M.NOM F.ACC with speak-PROG-PAST
    'Murat was talking to Fadl.'
Example #33:

    U2 :     *Oi=j dusun-uyor-du (Cb = Fadl)
    He     think-PROG-PAST
    'He was thinking.'
Example #34:

    U2 :       Rezzanj o-nuni geleceg-i-ni                 parlak gor-uyor-du
    R.NOM he-GEN future-POSS-ACC bright see-PROG-PAST
    'Rezzan thought he has a bright future.'
Example #35:

    U2 :      ? Oj        guzel      konus-ur-du
    He.NOM beautiful talk-AOR-PAST
    'He was a good speaker.'
Example #36:

    (24) U1 :      Alii       yol-da        yur-uyor-du
    A.NOM street-LOC walk-PAST
    'Ali walked on the street.'
Example #37:

    U2 :      Murat        i /onuni git-tigi yer-i            bil-iyor-du
    M.NOM                  go-REL place-ACC know-PROG-PAST
    'Murat knew where (he) was going.'
Example #38:

    (28) U1 :        Fatmai top-uj          frla-t-t
    F.NOM ball-ACC bolt-CAUS-PAST
    'Fatma threw the ball.'
Example #39:

    U2 :        Murat top-uj / j yakala-d
    M.NOM ball-ACC catch-PAST
    'Murat caught (the ball).'
Example #40:

    U2 :      O-nu        sev-mek iste-digi-ni                   dusun-mus-tu
    She-ACC love-INF want-SUB.AGR-ACC think-AUX-PAST
    'He thought he wants to love her.'
Example #41:

    U3 :      Ugur da o-na            tap-ar-d
    also he-DAT adore-AOR-PAST
    'Ugur liked him too.'
Example #42:

    U4 :     Isa o-nun kahraman--yd
    he-GEN hero-POSS-AUX
    'Isa was his hero.'