Datapoint Belizean Creole/Negation and tense, aspect, and mood marking

Belizean Creole has two negative particles: no (Examples 94) and neva (Examples 95 and 96).
Example 94 shows that no occurs in simple past, or tenseless negative sentences.
The particle neva is the negative counterpart of the anterior/ perfective particle me, thus neva does not co-occur with me.Example 95 illustrates the affirmative-negative contrast. It is not clear to me whether this is a case of 'reduction' or substitution, since there are two negative particles, used in complementary contexts.

Values

Different TAM marking in negated clauses

Example 9-95:
A me pas di ting an neva even siy it.
A
1sg
me
ant
pas
pass
di
the
ting
thing
an
and
neva
neg.ant
even
even
siy
see
it.
it
I passed by the thing and didn't even see it. OR: I had passed by that thing and had not even noticed it.

Source: Escure's 1985 materials

Example 9-94:
Wi no weyt fu im tɛl wi.
Wi
1pl
no
neg
weyt
wait
fu
for
im
3sg
tɛl
tell
wi.
1pl
We didn't wait for her to tell us.

Source: Escure 1983a: 41

Example 9-96:
Dat da we dey me de du ripɛ pan we dey neva du gud.
Dat
that
da
top
we
rel
dey
3pl
me
ant
de
prog
du
do
ripɛ
repair
pan
on
we
rel
dey
3pl
neva
ant.neg
du
do
gud.
good
That's what they were repairing, which they did not do well. OR: That's what they had been repairing, and they hadn't done it well.

Source: Escure 2004: 535

Confidence:
Very certain