Datapoint Bahamian Creole/‘Want’ complement subjects

Values

The complement subject is left implicit

Example 12-63:
Them days, when I was small, we want work. In these day - them days, these - they - they don't want work.
Them
dem
days
day.pl
[...]
[...]
we
1pl.sbj
want
want
work.
work
In
in
these
dem
day,
day[pl]
them
dem
days,
day.pl
these,
dem
they,
3pl.sbj
they
3pl.sbj
don't
neg
want
want
work.
work
In those days, [when I was small,] we wanted to work. These days, today [...] no one wants to work.
Example 12-12:
But I want go back so - we could clean up the lot and build one house there.
But
but
I
1sg.sbj
want
want
go
go
back
back
so
so
-
 
we
1pl.sbj
could
mod.aux
clean
clean
up
up
the
def
lot
lot
[...].
[...]
But I want to go back (to another island) so we can clean up the lot [and build a house there].
Confidence:
Very certain