Atlas of Pidgin and Creole Language Structures Online
wai'hinni artegi annahanna pȗgmȗmmi
The woman is sewing a coat now.
The first and third words are of Hawaiian origin. The second and fourth words are of Eskimo origin.
reconstructed by documentalist
Hein van der Voort
Order of subject, object, and verb: Subject-object-verb (SOV)
Uses of the progressive marker: No overt progressive marker
Definite articles: Neither definite nor indefinite article
Position of tense, aspect, and mood markers in relation to the verb: No TAM markers