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2) Na=l bab ge us ang-a. ’ (3) Na ge na=l em=ti g-e. ’ 1S TOP 1S=GEN 40 (4) Hu=l mam ge us ang-a. 2 Emphatic clitic The emphatic clitic =ni occurs on pronouns to emphasise them, but only in the subject position. This is often used when a subject is reintroduced or in a stative construction in which there is no verb. 4). (6) Na=ni tel-e. ’ 1S=EMPH (7) Hu=ni 3S=EMPH sesada. 3 Comitative clitic The comitative clitic =noy only occurs on the dual and plural pronouns. As in Kunimaipa, it could also be called ‘accompaniment’ (Geary 1977:51).
1 Manner The adverbs of manner include fidanti ‘quickly’; humban ‘like, so, maybe, possibly, must’; kele ‘easily, slowly, quietly’; samun ‘by chance, if not, luckily’; sabasab ‘fast, quickly’; savambud ‘surprisingly’; siksti ‘quickly’; tey ‘very’; tongotong ‘continuously’; and yasigmade ‘suddenly, instantly’. The numeral fidan ‘one’ plus the postposition =ti ‘ILL’ forms the adverb ‘quickly, at once’. (63) Di fidanti g-e. ’ The word humban ‘like, so, maybe, possibly, must’ is used in various ways.
61) Ge apa, na=l av ge huwan. ’ TOP d. Compound adjective. The degree ‘adverb’ ifif ‘very’ is only used with dub ‘dark’ to form a compound adjective, as seen in example (62). (62) [Dub ifif]ADJP teyADV. 4 Adverbs Adverbs occur before the verbs that they modify or after the adjective they modify. The verbal modifiers are classified as ‘manner’. Adjectival modifiers are classified as ‘degree’. 1 Manner The adverbs of manner include fidanti ‘quickly’; humban ‘like, so, maybe, possibly, must’; kele ‘easily, slowly, quietly’; samun ‘by chance, if not, luckily’; sabasab ‘fast, quickly’; savambud ‘surprisingly’; siksti ‘quickly’; tey ‘very’; tongotong ‘continuously’; and yasigmade ‘suddenly, instantly’.