Wal jad lilboi imin reken frog bin likimbat feis en pulumbat heya.
Well that little boy said/thought that the frog licked his face and pulled his hair.
Variety: Written Roper River. The example illustrates the verb of speech/thought reken with a clausal complement. It also illustrates the term for 'hair' and the absence of a definite article in a definite context (the frog had been previously mentioned in the story).