Datapoint Michif/Expression of pronominal subjects

Michif is a pro-drop language. Pronominal subjects and objects (which may be benefactives) are expressed overtly in the verb.
The pronominal forms may be prefixes, circumfixes or suffixes.
This is a feature inherited from Cree, which is the source language of the verbs.

A small percentage of verbs are from French, and these typically have pronominal clitics, both in nonverbal predication and in verbal forms. The subject and object clitics always precede the verb.

Values

Pronoun affixes

Example 75-33:
Gishkeeyimaaw enn fiy ki li paraliizii.
Gishkeeyim-aaw
1sg.know.anim-3sg.obj
enn
indf.art.f
fiy
girl
ki
rel
li
cop
paraliizii.
paralyzed
I know a girl who has infantile paralysis.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 145

Example 75-37:
Mituni mishikitiw.
Mituni
very
mishikiti-w.
big-3
She is very large.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 160

Example 75-59:
Kiya kamiyitinaan.
Kiya
you
ki-ka-miy-iti-naan.
2sg-fut-give-inv-1pl
I give it to YOU.

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-154:
I ma uufeer l eed.
I
3
ma
1.obj.aux
uufeer
offer(ed)
l
def.art.sg
eed.
aid
He offered his help.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 242

Confidence:
Very certain