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2. for its use as a 50) O+PAST child hit-Cl-ls srick+by iI hit (past) the boy wirh rhe srick" 51) ot: 44') ? d ni i 1 6 l + ? o ? o m u o * d h o I IiAB+VEN L. live-A-ls U live in Larrrur jq is subject to the following morphonological rule, whereby its / d / is devoiced to /t/ when following a coDsonant (actuallt when following /n/ of 2P and 3P verbal forms). ). But too few cases have been recorded to allow any geoeralization. 6+no nun! 4. g. "here" / :l-ell-g. 2,5. h-a-Llc"(together)wirh" This oJ y occurs as an independentword, put between the two nouos it links togetber,and is more of a conjunctionthan an adposition: ?
O h e e ? l + ? " (underlying tones: / hee? o+? 4. :-g. (\his,),:l-c. (,'rhiscomplex of rhe deicrics:LLdI (,,rhaf,), :ddlt1,). 2. :-ij: alative (ArL) II0tetag this panicle iALLi (allative). Its general meaning is "away from the centre of anention or the speaker, there". It can also replace a third person pronoun. e frequently used than the preceding :l_q, and not only with verbs of motion, it sets the action of the verb away from the speaker or the current centre of attentioo. It is often used, however, in naffation to imply that the speaker hirnself did nol wiftress the event he is speaking of, but merely 'rreportsrrthe information.
J|-Ul!. ) 49 The form of this extension seelrls rarher:yg, vowel (bu! a few exceptions do exist). u. -ijJ: "to yawn,'j loou- ,,ro pick up,' (does rhis las! :jitt (rlat'ward:1984bis: 99). 9ILi: Pcrhaps we have also a fossilizcd slem exlension in thc final /b/ of sucn verDs ,'ro rasrc',whico o-rop as ? i d i b- "ro fetch', ? for cxamplcs). 6. Reduplicared stcms Partly rcduplicated stefils convey a frequentativc or inlensive meaningj a. equentative stem formations, lhcy can be used for 3p subjects,which then takc 3M exponents.
A grammatical sketch of Dahalo by Tosco, Mauro