Datapoint Sango/Pronoun conjunction

The preposition na is used in this case, but there is variation with respect to what pronouns are used. In Samarin (1967) I discussed this topic as "anticipated plurality", when one says "We [1PL] and Kamara came today".

Values

Inclusory pronoun plus marker plus subset NP Frequency: 70.0%

Example 59-76:
i na mama, i ga
i
1pl
na
prep
mama,
mother
i
1pl
ga
come
Mother and I came.

Source: Samarin 1967a: 140

Example 59-74:
i na lo, i ga na Bambari
i
1pl
na
prep
lo,
3sg
i
1pl
ga
come
na
prep
Bambari
Bambari
He/she and I came to Bambari.

Source: Samarin 1967a: 140

Confidence:
Very certain

Singular pronoun overtly conjoined with other conjunct Frequency: 30.0%

Example 59-75:
Mbi na lo, ani gwe.
Mbi
1sg
na
prep
lo,
3sg
ani
1pl
gwe.
go
He and I came.

Source: Samarin 1967a: 140

Confidence:
Very certain