Datapoint Hawai‘i Creole/Nominal and verbal conjunction

The conjunction can sometimes be dropped, see Examples 86 and 88.

Values

Identity, overtly expressed

Example 26-87:
mi æn papa siŋ æn dans (tugeɾa)
mi
1sg.obl
æn
and
papa
Papa
siŋ
sing
æn
and
dans
dance
(tugeɾa)
(together)
Me and Papa sing and dance together.
Example 26-88:
ju puɾ id in jɔ ka teɪg id hom
ju
2sg
puɾ
put
id
3sg
in
in
2sg.poss
ka
car
teɪg
take
id
3sg
hom
home
You put it in your car and take it home.

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 188

Example 26-86:
mi kapo o ɾa bɹaɾaz wi go ap baɪ ɾa waɾə˞ tæŋ
mi
1sg.obl
kapo
couple
o
of
ɾa
art
bɹaɾaz
brothers
wi
1pl
go
go
ap
up
baɪ
by
ɾa
art
waɾə˞
water
tæŋ
tank
Me and a couple of the guys, we go up to the water tank.

Source: Velupillai 2003a: 116

Confidence:
Very certain