Datapoint Louisiana Creole/Alignment of case marking of personal pronouns

Apart from the 1SG (mo/mon) and 2SG (to/twa), subject and object pronouns are almost identical (but there is a great amount of variation, cf. Neumann 1985: 166).

Values

Accusative alignment

Example 53-237:
Mo te parle meriken.
Mo
1sg
te
pst
parle
speak
meriken.
English
I spoke English.
French: Je parlais l'anglais.

Source: Neumann 1985: 354

Example 53-190:
Mo te gen ont kan Donald trape mon, gro dimanch ap ramase koton.
Mo
1sg
te
pst
gen
have
ont
shame
kan
when
Donald
Donald
trape
catch
mon,
1sg
gro
big
dimanch
Sunday
ap
prog
ramase
pick
koton.
cotton
I was ashamed when Donald surprised me picking cotton one Sunday.

Source: Neumann 1985: 206

Example 53-12:
Kòmon to lem gonbo-sa-la?
Kòmon
how
to
2sg
lem
like
gonbo
gumbo
sala?
det.dem.sg
How do you like this gumbo?

Source: Neumann 1985: 135

Example 53-58:
Si to di li ke-choz ondon kreol, l ale monde twa: "Ki sa?"
Si
if
to
2sg
di
say
li
3sg
kechoz
something
ondon
in
kreol,
Creole
l
3sg
ale
fut
monde
ask
twa:
2sg
"Ki
what
sa?"
this
If you tell him something in Creole, he will ask you: "What?"
French: Si tu lui dis quelque chose en créole, elle va te demander: "Quoi?"

Source: Neumann 1985: 166

Confidence:
Uncertain