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The following interlinear glossed text data was extracted from a document found on the World Wide Web via a semi-automated process. The data presented here could contain corruption (degraded or missing characters), so the source document (link below) should be consulted to ensure accuracy. If you use any of the data shown here for research purposes, be sure to cite ODIN and the source document. Please use the following citation record or variant thereof:

F. Nihan Ketrez (2003). -lAr-marked nominals and three types of plurality in Turkish.

URL: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~ketrez/ketrez_cls.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 518&langcode=tur (2021-06-14).

 

Example #1:

    (1)        Aye kitap-lar- oku-d
    Aye kitap-lAr-acc read-past
    Aye read the books (MS)
Example #2:

    (5)       kitap-lar-mz-dan
    book-lAr-poss&1pl-ablat.
    "fro m our books"
Example #3:

    (10)      Kedi geld
    Cat come-past
    The cat came/ arrived.
Example #4:

    (16)   *Aye [[anne-si-nin al-d]        kitap-lr] oku-du.
    Aye mother-poss-gen buy-REL       book-lAr read-past
    Aye read books that her mother bought.
Example #5:

    (i) ?Aye akll kadn-lar-n oku-duu kitap-lr oku-du
    Ayse [smart woman-lAr-gen read-DIK] book-lAr read-past
    Ayse read books that smart women read.
Example #6:

    (25)   Kadn-lr hamam-
    Wo man-lAr bathroom-cm
    Wo men bathroom
Example #7:

    (26)   Aye dans-lr ediyor/ hasta-lr oluyor/ t-lr yap-yor
    Aye dance-lAr make-prog/ sick-lAr beco me-prog/ iron-lAr make-prog
    Aye is dancing (dance-making) / becoming sick/ironing mult iple times.
Example #8:

    (27)   ocuk parmak-lar kaldr-d
    Child finger-lAr raise-past
    The child raised his/her hand/finger mult iple times.
Example #9:

    (30)   Aye oku-du kitap-lar-
    Aye read-past book-lAr-acc
    Aye read the books
Example #10:

    (31)   Aye kitap-lar- dn oku-du
    Aye book-lAr -acc yesterday read-past
    Aye read the books yesterday
Example #11:

    (32)   Aye [[anne-si-nin al-d]         kitap-lar-] oku-du.
    Aye mother-poss-gen buy-REL       book-lAr-acc read-past
    Aye read books that her mother bought.
Example #12:

    (33)   Aye [[baka lke-ler-i       anlat-an]       kitap-lar-]  oku-du.
    Aye [[other country-lAr-acc tell-REL]       book-lAr-acc] read-past
    Aye read books that are about other countries
Example #13:

    (34)   Aye kitap-lar- oku-du,     Mehmet dergi-leri .
    Aye book-lAr-acc read-past, Mehmet journal-lAr-acc
    Aye read book-lAr, Mehmet journal-lAr
Example #14:

    (35)   Aye kitap-lr- oku-du, sonra onlar- ktphane-ye geri ver-di
    Aye book-lAr read-past, then they library-dat       back give-past
    Aye read the books,then return them to the library.
Example #15:

    (36)   Aye iki kitap okudu
    Aye two book read-past
    Aye read two books / *Aye read books mult iple times
Example #16:

    (38)       Aye    kitaplar oku-yor, sonra onlar hakkinda elestriler yaz-iyor
    Aye    book-lAr-acc read-prog, then they about review- lAr write-prog
    Aye    read books, then writes reviews about them
Example #17:

    (39)       Aye     kitaplar oku-du, Mehmet dergi-ler .
    Aye    book-lAr-acc read-past, Mehmet journal-lAr-acc
    Aye    read book-lAr, Mehmet journal-lAr
Example #18:

    (40)       Aye     kitaplar oku-du, Mehmet  paketle-di
    Aye    book-lAr read-past, Mehmet wrap-ped
    Aye    read, Mehmet wrapped book-lAr
Example #19:

    (42)       a.      Aye ne okudu?
    Aye what read-past (What did Aye read?)
    Kitaplar (books) ! MT reading /*ME reading
Example #20:

    (54)   Kitap-lar-n oku-n-du-u-n duy-du-m
    Book-lAr-gen read-pass-DIK-poss-acc hear-past-1sg
    I heard that the books were read
Example #21:

    (55)   Kitap-lr-(*in) oku-n-du-u-nu duy-du-m
    Book-lAr read-pass-DIK-poss-acc hear-past-1sg
    I heard that books are read (there was book-reading)