SVC in Mandarin Chinese (Yin 2007)
|SVC in Mandarin Chinese (Yin 2007)|
|Publication title||Serial Verb Constructions in English and Chinese|
|Publisher||The 2007 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association|
|Corpus Link||SVC in Mandarin Chinese 2|
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Serial Verb Construction, multiple predicates
Original Interlinear Glossed Text
Ta na dao sha yizhi zhu.
Ta sha si le yizhi zhu.
Ta na dao sha si le yizhi zhu.
Wo sha le zhu (keshi mei sha si)
Wo sha si le zhu.
Wo ba kuaizi zhe duan le.
Wo ba kuaizi zhe wan le.
Wo ba kuaizi wan zhe le.
Wo ba yifu xi zang le.