Datapoint Michif/Internal order of tense, aspect, and mood markers

Aspect is expressed by reduplication (habitual, durative), and hence closest to the stem.
Mood and tense markers show much overlap in meaning.
Tense, mood, and aspect markers are very rarely combined.

Values

The feature does not apply

Example 75-79:
Kiimamishimeewak maana.
Kii-ma~mishim-eew-ak
pst-red.tell.on.anim-3-pl
maana.
usually
They always used to tell on her usually.

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-124:
Kiikakweepoonipiistwaw.
Kii-kakwee-pooni-piistwa-w.
pst-try-quit-smoke-3
She attempted to quit smoking.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 29

Example 75-125:
Kiikishkeehtamaan gakiiayaan uta.
Kii-kishkeehtam-aan
pst-know.inan-1sg
ga-kii-ayaa-n
1pot-pst-be-1sg
uta.
here
Had I known I would have stayed.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 157

Confidence:
Certain