How to cite the Yaqui dataset BibTeX
Estrada-Fernández, Zarina & Blanco, Mercedes Tubino & Quiñonez, Jesús Francisco Villalpando. 2013. Yaqui Valency Patterns. In: Hartmann, Iren & Haspelmath, Martin & Taylor, Bradley (eds.) 2013. Valency Patterns Leipzig. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. (Available online at http://valpal.info/languages/yaqui, Accessed on 2017-11-17)
Data81 Verb forms 16 Coding frames 13 Alternations (80.9% avail.) 704 glossed Examples
Characterization of flagging resources
The Yaqui language exhibits a nominative-accusative case marking on nouns and pronouns. And also a distinction between nominative, accusative, genitive and object-of-postposition forms in the pronominal system.
Characterization of ordering resources
The Yaqui language exhibits a preference for SOV word order. All lexical and pronominal arguments are overtly expressed, except for third person.
Source of the data and generalizations/background of the contributor(s)
Most of the examples used in this database come from elicitation with a native speaker of Yaqui. Some other examples (few) come from the Dictionary of Yaqui-Spanish and Spanish-Yaqui by Estrada et al (2010). When the source of one example is not marked, it comes from elicitation.