Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures Online
He is working in that company.
He works for that company.
elicited from speaker
Definite articles: Definite article distinct from demonstratives
Co-occurrence of demonstrative and definite article: No co-occurrence
Special dependent person forms for subject and object: No dependent person forms
Pronominal and adnominal demonstratives: Same forms
Gender distinctions in personal pronouns: In 3rd person singular only
Position of tense, aspect, and mood markers in relation to the verb: Immediately following the verb
Order of demonstrative and noun: Demonstrative word precedes noun
Uses of the progressive marker: Progressive and habitual
Uses of the habitual marker: Habitual and progressive