Datapoint Tayo/Predicative noun phrases and predicative locative phrases

Predicative locative phrases require a copula whereas predicative noun phrases cannot have a copula. The verb reste 'to stay' is considered a copula in these contexts.

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Differentiation

Example 57-79:
Maris le reste Saint-Louis
Maris
Maryse
le
si
reste
stay
Saint-Louis
Saint-Louis
Maryse stays at Saint-Louis.
Example 57-78:
Narsis le kostrikter nde kas
Narsis
Narcisse
le
si
kostrikter
builder
nde
of
kas
house(s)/hut(s)
Narcisse is a hut-builder.
Confidence:
Very certain