Datapoint Belizean Creole/Aspect change in verb chains

There are relatively few examples of verb chaining (serialization) in Belizean Creole.

Values

Aspect change in verb chains is not possible

Example 9-105:
wi hia di triy de krak op
wi
1pl
hia
hear
di
the
triy
tree
de
prog
krak
crack
op
up
we heard some cracking noise in the tree

Source: Escure 1983a: 42

Example 9-106:
Yu eva si di wan layk dis layk di wan we kum dawn dan de kum dawn de bil jos layk di adinari ol kwaat de, rayt?
Yu
2sg
eva
ever
si
see
di
the
wan
one
layk
like
dis
this
layk
like
di
the
wan
one
we
rel
kum
come
dawn
down
dan
compl
de
prog
kum
come
dawn
down
de
prog
bil
build.pass
jos
just
layk
like
di
the
adinari
ordinary
ol
old
kwaat
quart
de,
there
rayt?
right
Did you ever see one like this, like those that come down, and (after they have finished) coming down, they (get) built in like the regular old bottles, right? OR: Did you ever see one of those old quart bottles (from Spanish galleons shipwrecks) that sink, and when they have completely sunk to the bottom, they get buried (in the sand floor)?

Source: Escure's 1985 materials

Confidence:
Uncertain