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Simon Mauck, Miok Pak, Paul Portner and Raffaella Zanuttini (2004). Clause Typing in Imperatives.

URL: http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/portnerp/nsfsite/GURT04Talk.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 2773&langcode=kor (2021-09-28).


Example #1:

    Nay-ka nayil   cemsim-ul sa-ma.
    I-NOM tomorrow lunch-ACC buy-PRM
    `I will buy you lunch tomorrow.'
Example #2:

    Mek-ci *an(i)/mal-a-la
    Eat-NOM NEG-a-IMV
    `Do not eat.'
Example #3:

    Mek-ci an(i) h/mal-u-m-a
    Eat-NOM NEG(+do)-u-PRM-SP
    `I promise not to eat.'
Example #4:

    -ko     mal-ha-ess-ta
    COMP say-do-PAST-DEC
    (Intended meaning) `John ordered Tom to go home.'
Example #5:

    o-m-a] ko              mal-ha-ess-ta
    come-PRM-a]- COMP say-do- PST-DEC
Example #6:

    *John-un sakwa-lul mek-ess-ko ne-nun mwuess-ul mek-ess-ni?
    John-TOP apple-ACC eat-PST-and you-TOP what-ACC eat-PST- INT
    Intended meaning `John ate an apple and what did you eat?'
Example #7:

    Ne-nun sakwa-lul mek-ko na-nun pay-lul          mek-u-ma
    You-TOP apple-ACC eat-and I-TOP pear-ACC eat-u-PRM
    `You eat an apple and I promise to eat a pear.'