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Adam Przepiorkowski (1999). Case Assignment and the Complement/Adjunct Dichotomy.

URL: http://w210.ub.uni-tuebingen.de/dbt/volltexte/1999/72/pdf/all.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 4036&langcode=kor (2021-09-28).


Example #1:

    10.3       Chelsoo-ka i chayk-ul sey pen-ul                      *pen-i     ilk-ess-ta.
    Chelsoo-Nom this book-Acc three times-Acc              times-Nom read-Pst-Ind
    `Chelsoo read this book three times.'
Example #2:

    10.6     a.   Swuni-ka cip-ul       pheyinthu-lul twu pen-ul chilhay-ess-ta.
    Swuni-Nom house-Acc paint-Acc twice-Acc brush-Pst-Dec
    `Swuni painted the house twice.'
Example #3:

    b.   Cip-i      Swuni-eyuhay pheyinthu-ka twu pen-i chilhay-ci-ess-ta.
    house-Nom Swumi-by        paint-Nom twice-Nom brush-Pass-Pst-Dec
    `The house was painted twice by Swuni.'
Example #4:

    10.7     a.   Tom-i     twu sikan-tongan-ul tali-ess-ta.
    Tom-Nom two hours-period-Acc run-Pst-Dec
    `Tom ran for two hours.'
Example #5:

    b.   Ku-ka cha-ka sey sikan-i philyoha-ta.
    he-Nom car-Nom three hour-Nom need-Dec
    `He needs a car for three hours.'