Datapoint Michif/Expletive subject in ‘seem’ constructions

The meaning of 'seem' is expressed by a particle added to a declarative sentence.

Values

'There is no 'seem' construction

Example 75-155:
Nawachiku pakwaachikaashoow avek sii zamii.
Nawachiku
seemingly
pakwaach-ikaashoo-w
hate-pass-3
avek
with
sii
poss.3pl
zamii.
friend
She seems to be in disfavor with her friends. OR: Seemingly she is hated by her friends.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 76

Example 75-156:
Zhipaans aasey ooshaam kinweesh oota kitayaanaan.
Zhi-paans
I-think
aasey
already
ooshaam
too.much
kinweesh
long
oota
here
kit-ayaa-naan.
2-be-1pl
It seems (that) we have stayed long enough.

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-157:
Taapishkuuch osham kinwees utee kiiayaayaahk.
Taapishkuuch
like
osham
too.much
kinwees
long
utee
here
kii-ayaa-yaahk.
pst-be-12
It seems (that) we have stayed long enough.

Source: Fleury 2007

Confidence:
Certain