Example 2-141

En nanga trawan kon dya nanga wan bigi sipi.
En
3sg
nanga
with
trawan
other.one
kon
come
dya
here
nanga
with
wan
det
bigi
big
sipi.
ship
He and others came here on a big ship.
Comment:
The oblique form of the 3rd person singular pronoun is used as the subject in equational sentences, in coordinate NPs, and when followed by intensifier srefi ‘self’.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Nickel & Wilner 1984: 38