|Ka-uapameua.||It is/was as if she is/was seeing him.|
The Independent Indicative Perceptive (#02) is always preceded by the particle ka-. It is used several ways. One is to describe things that happen in a dream or in a dream-like state.
|Ka-nimitshishunaua eukuan eshinaman.||I was eating in my dream.|
Another common usage is to create relative clauses of the type that one among others. In this case, the ka- is not optional.
|ne napeu ka-taua.||the man who was present.|
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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