Datapoint Cape Verdean Creole of Santiago/Order of demonstrative and noun

Demonstratives precede the noun. With the demonstrative kel (pl. kes), the degree of physical distance to the speaker can be expressed, more or less as in French, by placing li 'here’ or la 'there’ after the noun.
With the demonstrative es, proximity to the speaker may be emphasized by placing li after the noun.

Values

Demonstrative word precedes noun

Example 30-11:
kel kása (li); kel kása (la); es kása (li)
kel
this.sg
kása
house
(li);
(here)
kel
this.sg
kása
house
(la);
(there)
es
this
kása
house
(li)
(here)
this house (over here); that house (over there); this house (over here)
German: dieses Haus (hier); dieses Haus (dort); dieses Haus (hier)

Source: Lang 2012

Confidence:
Very certain