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URL: http://www.ling.umd.edu/~alxndrw/Papers/ccvv.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3413&langcode=jpn (2022-01-26).


Example #1:

    (5 6 8 )   kare -wa teeburu -o     kirei -ni hui -ta.
    he -top table -acc clean -adv wipe -past
    `He wiped the table clean.' (ex. & tr. Washio 1997: 5)
Example #2:

    (5 6 9 )   John -ga Mary -o      uti korosi -ta.
    J.   -nom M. -acc sho ot kill       -past
    `John shot Mary dead.' (ex. & tr. Washio 1997: 2)
Example #3:

    (5 7 1 )   John -ga coat -o         ki   kuzusi            - ta .
    J.    -nom coat -ac    c wear make out of shape -past
    `John wore the coat    and made it out of shape.'
Example #4:

    (5 7 2 )   John -ga coat -o     kuzusi           - ta .
    J.   -nom coat -acc make out of shape -past
    `John made the coat out of shape.'
Example #5:

    (5 8 1 )    sono teeburu -wa kirei *(da).
    that table -top clean cop
    `That table is clean.'
Example #6:

    (5 8 2 )    kirei -na       teeburu
    clean -attrib table
    `a clean table'
Example #7:

    (5 8 3 )    kirei -ni o doru
    clean -adv dance
    `dance beautifully'
Example #8:

    (5 8 4 )   * sono teeburu -wa kirei -ni -ta.
    that table -top clean -adv -past
    Intended: `That table was clean.'
Example #9:

    (5 8 5 )    John -wa niku -o      yawaraka -ku ni -ta.
    J.   -top meat -acc soft        -ku boil -past
    `John boiled the meat (very) soft.' (ex. & tr. Washio 1997: 9)
Example #10:

    (5 8 6 )    John -wa pankizi -o     usu -ku nobasi -ta.
    J.   -top dough -acc thin -ku roll.out -past
    `John rolled the dough thin.' (ex. & tr. Washio 1997: 9)
Example #11:

    (5 8 7 )   a.      yawaraka -i        niku
    soft      -nonpast meat
    `soft meat'
Example #12:

    b.      usu -i        pankizi
    thin -nonpast dough
    `thin dough'
Example #13:

    (5 8 8 )   a.      niku -wa yawaraka -i.
    meat -top soft      -nonpast
    `The meat is soft.'
Example #14:

    b.      sono pankizi -wa usu -i.
    that dough -top thin -nonpast
    `That dough is thin'
Example #15:

    (5 8 9 )        niku -wa yawaraka -katta.
    meat -top soft       -past
    `The meat was soft.'
Example #16:

    (590) niku -wa yawaraka -ku      -na -katta.
    meat -top soft      -infin -neg -past
    `The meat was not soft.'
Example #17:

    (591) niku -wa yawaraka -ku          - te ...
    meat -top soft      -infin -conj
    `The meat was soft and . . . .'
Example #18:

    (592) John -wa bo oru -o     yawaraka -ku    nage -ta.
    J.   -top ball -acc soft        -infin throw -past
    `John threw the ball gently.'
Example #19:

    (6 0 7 )   a.       kare -wa teeburu -o     totemo kirei -ni hui -ta.
    he -top table -acc very          clean -adv wipe -past
    `He wiped the table very clean.'
Example #20:

    hui -ta.
    wipe -past
    `He wiped the table so clean that Hanako will be pleased.
Example #21:

    (6 0 8 )   a.       John -wa niku -o      totemo yawaraka -ku    ni -ta.
    J.   -top meat -acc very       soft   -infin boil -past
    `John boiled the meat very soft.'
Example #22:

    -ku    ni -ta.
    -infin boil -past
    `John boiled the meat so soft that even grandma can eat it.'