Example 25-50

Thet bekbon bla im en teil, yuno, wanim kipgon krejim.
Thet
dem
bekbon
back
bla
dat/poss
im
3sg
en
and
teil,
tail
yuno,
you_know
wan=im
subord=sg
kip-gon
keep-going
krej-im.
scratch-tr
Its back and tail, you know, when it keeps digging. (Refering to a goanna)

Comment:
Variety: Spoken Victoria River, Older Generation. This example illustrates nominal conjunction, as well as the use of an adpositional phrase with a pronominal NP as possessor.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Fieldwork Schultze-Berndt