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BROADWELL, GEORGE AARON (2003). Review of Quiegolani Zapotec Syntax: A principles and parameters approach by Cheryl Black.

URL: http://www.degruyter.de/journals/tlr/pdf/20_95.pdf

(Last accessed 2005-03-08).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 642&langcode=zpi (2021-06-13).

 

Example #1:

    (1)     *Pa      go     r-laa    de lo txu?
    what    thing hab-do 2 to who
    (What   are you doing to who?)
Example #2:

    (2)     *Pa      go     txu lo r-laa     de?
    what    thing who to hab-do 2
    (What   to whom are you doing?)
Example #3:

    (3)      Rut      wii-t           Maryo.
    nobody com:see-neg       Mario
    `Mario saw nobody.'
Example #4:

    (4)     *Wii-t          Maryo    rut.
    com:see-neg Mario       nobody
    (Mario saw nobody.)
Example #5:

    (5)      Rut       bet     wii-t.
    nobody    nothing com:see-neg
    `Nobody   saw anything.'
Example #6:

    (6)     *Rut       wii-t         bet.
    nobody    com:see-neg nothing
    (Nobody   saw anything.)
Example #7:

    (10)     R-oo       men        [y-rup        men Biki]      nisgaal.
    hab-drink 3            pot-two      3     Virginia soda
    `She and Virgina      drink soda    pop.'
Example #8:

    (13)     R-laan     Jose s-ya       (Jose) den
    hab-want Jose pot-go (Jose) ranch
    `Jose wants (Jose) to go to the ranch.'
Example #9:

    (14)         R-laan     men s-ya       men den
    hab-want 3       pot-go 3      ranch
    `He wants to go to the ranch.'
Example #10:

    (15)     *R-laan    men s-ya        den                         (constructed example)
    hab-want 3       pot-go ranch
    (He wants to go to the ranch.)
Example #11:

    (17)     Pe w-u         maa      nii de?
    q com-eat 3anim foot 2
    `Did it (the snake) eat your foot?' p. 122
Example #12:

    (18)     Pe dxiin zhe r-laa     de na-ree?
    q work wh hab-do 2 which-this
    `What work are you doing with this?' p. 124
Example #13:

    (19)     x-pk win nzeb
    p-dog small girl
    `her (lit. the girl's) small dog'