|Akushianakue, apu nipa tshi pushiti.||If I had been sick, I would not have been able to leave on a trip.|
The conjunct irrealis (#16) is used to express actions or events for which we cannot assert that they have taken place or will take place in the real world, henceforth the term irrealis. They serve as conditions for other events to happen, so they often get translated by if + verb in English.
Note: this conjugation is not used in the changed form.
Link to the conjugation guide.
|APA:||Junker, M.-O. & MacKenzie, M. (2013). Orders. In Grammaire innue / Innu Grammar / Aimun-Mashinaikan. Retrieved from [URL]|
|MLA:||Marie-Odile Junker and Marguerite MacKenzie. Orders. In Grammaire innue / Innu Grammar / Aimun-Mashinaikan. 2013. Web. [date]|
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