Suppletion in Belizean Creole is restricted to a few auxiliaries (i.e. 'had', rarely 'was'). The present counterpart of woz is - rarely -be and even more rarely iz, but only in emphatic contexts. There is usually zero copula, and me + zero copula as the equivalent of woz.
This is different from the common use of standard preterite forms (such as lef in Example 108) that have been relexified as bare stems.