Datapoint Kinubi/Order of frequency adverb, verb, and object

The adverb may also appear in a left-detached position.

Values

Verb – object – adverb Frequency: 50.0%

Example 63-14:
íta g-wónus ma swahil-íya ketír
íta
2sg
g-wónus
tam-speak
ma
with
swahil-íya
Swahili-pl
ketír
often
You often speak with Swahili people.
Confidence:
Very certain

Adverb – verb – object Frequency: 50.0%

Example 63-15:
úwo záidi gi-áinu yal-á al babá t-ómun mutu
úwo
3sg
záidi
often
gi-áinu
tam-watch
yal-á
child-pl
al
rel
babá
father
t-ómun
gen-their
mutu
die
He often takes care of the children whose father died.

Source: Wellens 2005: 225

Example 63-13:
záidi kamán ta gu-rúo logó fi bómbo núbi
záidi
often
kamán
too
ta
2sg
gu-rúo
tam-go
logó
find
fi
in
bómbo
Bombo
núbi
Nubi
Very often too, you will find Nubi in Bombo.
Confidence:
Very certain