Datapoint Guyanais/Special dependent person forms for subject and object

Most personal pronouns do not distinguish between dependent and independent forms, but here is a dependent subject pronoun in the 3SG (i, contrasting with independent pronoun li). If one takes the phonetically more often than not reduced form l (full form li, 3SG object pronoun) as a form in its own right, then we have value 4.

Values

Dependent subject and object forms

Example 52-18:
mo kontan sa liv-(l)a
mo
I
kontan
love
sa
dem
liv-(l)a
book-def
I love this book.

Source: Jennings & Pfänder 2013+

Example 52-19:
mo ba Georges liv-a
mo
I
ba
give
Georges
George
liv-a
book-the
I gave Georges the book.

Source: Jennings & Pfänder 2013+

Example 52-17:
mo, to, i, no, vou, zòt ka [...] dronmi
mo,
I
to,
you
i,
he/she
no,
we
vou,
you
zòt
they
ka
prog
[...]
[...]
dronmi
sleeping
I, you(SG), he/she, we, you(PL), they am,are,is,are [...] sleeping.
Confidence:
Uncertain