Datapoint Kriol/Pronoun conjunction

Both the juxtaposed inclusory construction and the conjoined construction are attested in Kriol. Both are relatively rare so the judgment of relative importance here is very impressionistic.

Values

Inclusory pronoun juxtaposed with subset NP Frequency: 70.0%

Example 25-96:
Mindubala Namij kolim dardaga.
Mindubala
1du.excl
Namij
Namij
kol-im
call-tr
dardaga.
plant.species
Namij and I (in our language, Ngarinyman) call it dardaga (an edible plant).
Example 25-126:
Minbala main dota bin go wandei jeya [...].
Minbala
1du.excl
main
1sg.poss
dota
daughter
bin
pst
go
go
wandei
one.day
jeya
there
[...].
[...]
The two of us, my daughter (and I) went there one day [...].

Source: Angelo et al. 1998a

Confidence:
Certain

Singular pronoun overtly conjoined with other conjunct Frequency: 30.0%

Example 25-125:
Bat mai [...] bratha waif bin lukinaftaim mi, mi en E.
Bat
but
mai
1sg.poss
[...]
[...]
bratha
brother
waif
wife
bin
pst
luk-in-afta-im
look-prog2-after-tr
mi,
1sg
mi
1sg
en
and
E.
E.
[My mother died] but my brother's wife looked after me, me and E.
Example 25-127:
Mi en main mami bin getim det drak blanga im na.
Mi
1sg
en
and
main
1sg.poss
mami
mummy
bin
pst
get-im
get–tr
det
dem
drak
truck
blanga
dat/poss
im
3sg
na.
now
My mummy and I got his truck (that truck of his) now.

Source: Munro 2004: 142

Confidence:
Intermediate