Datapoint Sranan/Order of relative clause and noun

As Nickel & Wilner (1984: 24) note, “Relative clauses may be used to specify a human character (using di or dati), a non-human character (using di or san), a location (using pe [‘where’]), or a manner (using fa [‘how’])."

Values

Relative clause follows noun

Example 2-21:
a man di gi mi a papira
a
det
man
man
di
rel
gi
give
mi
me
a
det
papira
paper
the man who gave me the paper

Source: Wilner 1992: 19

Example 2-22:
a tori disi san mi e go taki
a
det
tori
story
disi
dem
san
rel
mi
1sg
e
ipfv
go
go
taki
talk
the story that I’m going to tell

Source: Nickel & Wilner 1984: 24

Confidence:
Very certain