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URL: http://www.u.arizona.edu/~fdehaan/papers/Visual.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3423&langcode=xsu (2021-06-13).


Example #1:

    (37)   a.      hi        ti-nö         a      hta              ku-le.
    stick CL-INST           3SG stand.upright PRES:WIT-near
    `It is standing upright by means of a stick.'              (p. 23)
Example #2:

    b.      hi       ai     kutiata pö     kalol(o)-a       ku-lai.
    this     other canoe 3PL float-DUR              PRES:WIT-obstructed
    `There are other canoes floating here (beyond the trees).' (p. 166)
Example #3:

    c.      kutiata a        kã            ku-lali.
    canoe 3SG be.in.water          PRES:WIT-upriver
    `There is a canoe in the water (upriver).'                 (p. 167)
Example #4:

    d.      olö       kökö wani hole-a              ki-mati
    snake CL         DEPR crawl-DUR PRES:WIT-away
    `A snake is crawling away.'                                (p. 167)
Example #5:

    (38)                   na     töpö ku        kule
    REL like 3PL say              PRES:WIT
    `That is what they are saying.'                              (p. 166)
Example #6:

    (39)            ala   a      lo-a           ku-poli
    macaw 3SG perch-DUR PRES:WIT-up.above
    `A macaw is perching up there.'                                 (p. 167)
Example #7:

    (40)    a.      ipa     sai     ha      hama töpö hasu-ki                ke.
    my      house by        visitor 3PL pass.by-FOC IMM.PAST:WIT
    `The visitors passed by my house.'                              (p. 28)
Example #8:

    b.              ka      pi      ti-ki           pata hila        ku-pi.
    REL INT PRT CL-DL                       AUG name WIT-REC.PAST
    `What did I name that big tree (I referred to) this morning?' (p. 154)
Example #9:

    c.              naha            a       ku-la-so        ku-pili.
    REL like        REL 3SG say-EXT-FOC WIT-DIST.PAST
    `Like that that one finally said.', `Like that he said.'        (p. 153)