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3rd person a:"ed to sit attribute clause axis in F2 bidd biddak bound substitute CCe expresses simple CCe following MC1 CCe functions CCe in F1 CCe is introduced CCe preceding MC1 center in BF2 CM abil-ma CM illi CM law CMs iza CMs listed compound CM Conditioners contextually conditioned circumstances contrary to fact correlative marker expressed by F1 fe:n-ma following CMS functions as object hatta head in F4 illa illi whoever imperative mood in-ka:n indicative mood inno interrogative construction iza-ka:n ka:n lamm-in(n lamma lamma(n ma-da:m MCI is preceded mitil-ma modal usage multiple frame joined negative element object clause post-posed CCe pre-posed CCe present perfect provided the CCe reference and modal reference construction Selection of CMs Selection of verb subject head subjunctive mood substitute for subject ta:la-ma verb center verb forms verb of motion verb of perception wa-law wa’t-ma willa ya-re:t zero anaphoric substitute zero coordinator zero marker alternate