Datapoint Michif/Order of degree word and adjective

The Cree word mituni is frequently used, especially with Cree verbs (that have a meaning like European adjectives).
The word vre (French vrai 'real') is used as well, but more frequently with nouns than with adjectives (aen vre smart 'a really smart person').
Reduplicated French adjectives are also used for strengthening an adjective.

Values

Degree word precedes adjective Frequency: 87.5%

Example 75-35:
Lii kluu mituni kawiishakahukwak.
Lii
art.pl
kluu
boil
mituni
very
ka-wiishakah-ukw-ak.
2sg.fut-hurt.anim-inv-3pl
Boils are very painful. OR: The boils will hurt you very much.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 47-48

Example 75-36:
Aen vre baen fet.
Aen
indf.art.m
vre
really
baen
well
fet.
made
He has a good physique. OR: a very well built [man] (lit. a very well made)
French (lit.): un vrai bien fait

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 226

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

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 160

Example 75-16:
Wahwah, enn grangran maenzoon uma kaawiikichik.
Wahwah,
wow
enn
def.art.f.sg
gran~gran
big.red
maenzoon
house
uma
dem
kaa-wiiki-chik.
rel-build-3pl.sbj.3.obj
Wow! That is a really big house that they built!

Source: Fleury 2007

Confidence:
Very certain

Degree word follows adjective Frequency: 12.5%

Example 75-38:
Iikichikawiw mituni.
Iikichika-wi-w
awkward-be-3
mituni.
very
He is very awkward.

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 31

Confidence:
Certain