Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Complements of 'think' and 'want'

Both verbs usually take a zero complementizer.

Values

No complementizer

Example 12-247:
I think he 'bout old as me.
I
1sg.sbj
think
think
he
3sg.m.sbj
'bout
about
old
old
as
as
me.
me
I think he’s about my age.
Example 12-248:
So - when he came back off the boat, right, no - his wife - his wife - his wife didn't want no one pick the fig - the - the fig off the tree.
[...]
[...]
his
3sg.poss
wife
wife
didn't
neg.pst
want
want
no
no
one
one
pick
pick
the
art
fig
fig[pl]
[...].
[...]
[...] his wife didn’t want anyone to pick the figs [...].
Example 12-245:
One of these time - you want me go with you one of these time?
[...]
[...]
you
2sg.sbj
want
want
me
1sg.obj
go
go
[...]?
[...]
[...] you want me to go [with you] [...]?
Example 12-246:
I think he ride for someone.
I
1sg.sbj
think
think
he
3sg.m.sbj
ride
ride
[...].
[...]
I think he rides [[horse races] for someone].
Confidence:
Certain