Datapoint Juba Arabic/Special dependent person forms for subject and object

The special dependent forms of Arabic are not used in the default lect, and occur only under the influence of Arabic (see other lect).

Values

No dependent person forms

Example 64-31:
úmon dúgu ána ʃedíd
úmon
3pl
dúgu
beat
ána
1sg
ʃedíd
hard
They beat me hard.

Source: Manfredi 2005: 147

Example 64-30:
íta ásalu íta
íta
2sg
ásalu
ask
íta
2sg
You ask yourself.
Example 64-32:
úmon kútu ána géni fi síjin taláta yom
úmon
3pl
kútu
put
ána
1sg
géni
stay
fi
in
síjin
prison
taláta
three
yom
day
They made me stay in prison for three days.

Source: Manfredi 2005: 148

Example 64-29:
ána; íta; úo; anína; ítakum; úmon
ána;
1sg
íta;
2sg
úo;
3sg
anína;
1pl
ítakum;
2pl
úmon
3pl
I; you (SG); he/she/it; we; you (PL); they

Source: Manfredi 2005: 101

Confidence:
Very certain