The Online Database of Interlinear Text


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Peter Günther Öhl (2003). Economical Computation of Structural Descriptions in Natural Language.

URL: http://elib.uni-stuttgart.de/opus/volltexte/2003/1419/pdf/DissertationOehl.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3628&langcode=kor (2021-09-24).


Example #1:

    (5)      a) ku-ka    seoul-e     ka-ass-ta.
    he-Nom  Seoul-El  go-Past-Decl
    "He went to Seoul".
Example #2:

    b) ku-ka    seoul-e     ka-ass-nunya.
    he-Nom  Seoul-El  go-Past-Q
    "Did he go to Seoul?"
Example #3:

    (6)      a) Bill-un    John-i     wa-ss-ta-ko         sayngkakhanta.
    Bill-TOP  John-Nom  come-Past-Decl-Sub  thinks
    "Bill thinks that John came."
Example #4:

    b) Bill-un    John-i    wa-ss-nunya-ko        mwul-ess-ta.
    Bill-TOP  John-Nom  come-Past-Q-Sub  asked
    "Bill asked if John came."
Example #5:

    c) Hans-nun Maria-ka      ku-lul    salang-ha-nunya-ko mwul-ess-ta.
    Hans-TOP  Maria-Nom  who-Acc  love-Q-Sub      asked
    "Hans asked who Maria loved."
Example #6:

    b) ku-ka    seoul-e    ka-ass-nunya.                               (Kor., [Q  I  V*])
    he-Nom  Seoul-El  go-Past-Q
    "Did he go to Seoul?"                                          (cf SHIN 1993, 53