In Johanna Nichols' book Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time, I came across the passage on page 146, where she asserts that Japanese, Mongolian, Dyirbal, and Yawelmani are all radically dependent-marking. Having studied a bit of Japanese, I can imagine what she is talking about. But I'd like to see what this looks like in Mongolian in practice. Can someone provide a simple example (sentence-length perhaps)?
For those unfamiliar with the distinction between head-marking and dependent-marking, a copy of Nichols' classic 1986 paper on the topic can be downloaded here.