Datapoint Guyanais/Uses of the progressive marker

In isolated zones in Guyana, Value 2 is true even for young speakers. On the coast, however, due to the intense contact with Martinique Creole and French, the progressive marker more often than not takes over habitual functions; thus Guyana French Creole might be changing to Value 4. The language change might even go further up the attested grammaticalization chain (ka PROG > PROG + HAB > PRS). In a multiple birth scenario one could hint to the tendency of new pedagogical tools to search for parallels with French - the aspectual marker ka is labelled as present tense marker there.
Note that ka may modify a stative verb like krè 'believe', as in example 53, but in this case ka insists on the current relevance of the situation. But normally, stative verbs like krè are zero-marked.

Values

Only progressive function

Example 52-52:
i ka brè
i
he
ka
prog
brè
drink
He is drinking.

Source: Jennings & Pfänder 2013+

Example 52-53:
mo ka krè an Bondyé
mo
I
ka
ipfv
krè
believe
an
in
Bondyé
God
I believe in God.

Source: Jennings & Pfänder 2013+

Confidence:
Certain