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The event expressed in the first clause causes the state of affairs in the second clause. 28 (12) 1. Introduction Pi pi-krian i er a gula’ sin. 1pi 1pi-work PROX make 3s finish first ‘We first finish our work here’ Teiwa lacks a dedicated relative clause construction. In order to modify a head noun, it is marked with the focus marker la. The focus marker is employed to mark the information which the speaker intends to introduce into the discourse. Focus expressions are typically followed by pragmatically presupposed propositions (see Chapter 11).

However, Teiwa distinguishes between alienable and inalienable possession, a distinction found in a number of different Papuan families, and present in virtually all the Papuan languages of eastern Indonesia (with the exception of some in North Halmahera). al. (2008). 39 In Teiwa, possessors occur before the possessed noun whenever the possessor is expressed by a full noun (phrase) and the possessive relation is inalienable, see Ch. 5). Also, in Teiwa, as in most of the other Papuan languages of Alor and Pantar, we find an opposition inclusive-exclusive for the first person plural.

Many moko, however, seem to be of more recent origin, and were probably made in Java in the 19th century (Nieuwenkamp 1919a,b). Since 1860, moko’s were forged in Gresik, close to Surabaya (cf. Vatter 1932:239). Traders from Makassar imported these drums to Alor and Pantar, where they are called moko makassar/jawa ‘Makassar/Javanese drums’ or moko baru ‘new drums’. Many moko were collected and destroyed by the Dutch administration in the 1920’s and 1930’s (Nieuwenkamp 1922) (compare Bernet Kempers 1988).

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