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a WHOLE event, n' k' plus NWB patterns
PART of an event, -a, -an endings; WHY? WHICH? TO/THAT/WHEN.
No more arguments (beyond the subject)
One more argument (the subject and the object)
k'namihôBA almos (TA)
YOUPL see a DOG (Transitive Animate), B-pattern
k'namito awighigan (TI)
YOU see a BOOK (Transitive Inanimate), B-pattern
k'namihôWÔ almos (TAd)
YOUPL see THE DOG (Transitive Animate definite), W-pattern
k'namitoN awighigan (TId)
YOU see the BOOK (Transitive Inanimate definite), N-pattern
Two more arguments (subject + indirect and direct; or in Algonquian terms, primary and secondary)
k'mili migwen (DTV)
YOU give ME a FEATHER (Ditransitive), B-pattern
k'milin migwen (DTVd)
YOU give ME the FEATHER (Ditransitive definite), N-pattern
Used if the thing Given is specific, like ni, na 'that...' or just understood as 'THE...'
Used if neither Givee nor thing Given is specific, this includes when there is no Givee or thing Given at all
Used if only the Givee (but not the thing Given) is specific, includes when there is no thing Given at all
modifies a verb
modifies a noun
a word that does not fit into the main parts of speech
form used to give an order, to give a warning or advice, and to make a request.
A suffix (-tta or-da) which adds emphasis to a particle, verb or pronoun, such as "habitually, always a lot" or "really, exact, specific, precise"
secondary verbs ending in -n, usually proceeded by "ni" expressing "so, therefore, then, and; that one may or might"