Example 41-104

nooyvupa aka nɔɔyvantu dizeey kamfalaa [...]
nooyvu-pa
groom-dat
aka
that
nɔɔyva-ntu
bride-loc
dizeey
liking
kam-falaa
cond-quot
[...]
[...]
If the groom likes the bride [...].
Comment:
This is the only example of a locative stimulus. Since the quotative construction can have either an NP or a clause as its complement, this example could be dismissed by claiming that we don't have a full clause here, but only an NP headed by dizeey.
Type:
naturalistic spoken
Source:
Smith's 1974-5 field notes: 3234