Datapoint Berbice Dutch/Tightness of the link between the past marker and the verb

See Feature 43 "Position of tense, aspect, and mood markers in relation to the verb" for discussion of a possible exception in the speech of one informant, who seems to allow some temporal adverbs to intervene between preverbal markers and the verb.
Here we see that the irrealis markers sa and ma appear between the past tense marker wa and the verb.
I treat auxiliaries (including the negative resultative auxiliary, which incorporates a negative element) as verb forms; in other words, auxiliaries do not count as elements which intervene between the tense marker and the verb.

Values

Particle, only grammatical markers can intervene

Example 28-86:
ɛk wa sa kutɛ en ar twe fan eni an tem eni
ɛkɛ
1sg
wa
pst
sa
irr
ku-tɛ
catch-pfv
en
one
ar
or
twe
two
fan
from
eni
3pl
an
and
tem
tame
eni
3pl
I would have caught one or two of them and tamed them.

Source: Kouwenberg 2007b: 32

Example 28-87:
kɛko wa ma mja andri gut sondro kap di mabalen
kɛkɛ
like
o
3sg
wa
pst
ma
irr
mja
do
andri
other
gutu
thing
sondro
without
kapu
cut
di
the
maba
honey
alen
alone
It seems as if he was going to do something else besides just cut the honeycomb.

Source: Kouwenberg 2007b: 32

Confidence:
Very certain