Datapoint Korlai/Negation and tense, aspect, and mood marking

The following replacements, reductions, and insertions occur in Korlai:

1 affirmative: katan [PRS.PROG]; negative: nu tɛ katan
2 affirmative: tə kata [PRS.HAB]; negative: nu tɛ kata ( replaces )
3 affirmative: tɛd kata [PRS.PROX.FUT]; negative: nu tɛ kata (tɛd reduces to )
4 affirmative: katad [PRS.PRF]; negative: nu tɛ katad ( is inserted)
5 affirmative: kata! [IMP]; negative: nu kata!
6 affirmative: kato [PST]; negative: nu kato
7 affirmative: ti kata [PST.HAB]; negative: nu ti kata
8 affirmative: ti katan [PST.PROG]; negative: nu ti katan
9 affirmative: ti katad [PST.PFV]; nu ti katad
10 affirmative: tid kat [PST.PROX.FUT]; negative: nu ti katad (tid reduces to ti)
11 affirmative: lə kat [FUT]; negative: nu pa(d) kata (pad replaces , and is often reduced to pa)
12 affirmative: ter kat [COND]; negative: nu pri kata (pri replaces ter)
13 affirmative: ay/ater kata [COND]; negative: nu ater katad
14 affirmative: maši kata [DEONTIC(i.e. 'should/must')]; negative: maši nu kata

Values

Different TAM marking in negated clauses

Example 40-65:
Teru lə kata.
Teru
Teru
fut
kata.
sing
Teru will sing.

Source: Clements 1996: 175-76

Example 40-66:
Teru nu pa kata.
Teru
Teru
nu
neg
pa
fut
kata.
sing
Teru will not sing.
Confidence:
Very certain