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ado1ʔadɔːpp1to him/her; to itcfadâh12for him; for herAmâh ân lâyq o ân aróuh doq rêh ado.Whatever that was not good that was spoiled (he) left chosen to him.When the clitic a= precedes do ‘3SG’, it can be ado ‘DAT’, or a full PP ‘to/for him/her’.9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.1.1Beneficiary of an event9.5.3.2Recipient (of a patient)9.5.3.1Beneficiary (of a patient)
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ado2ʔadɔːprepDative to/forNgai dyoun ado icounh táq.They gave (it) to their father to fix.Ngai táh ado Achít.They discarded (it) to Achít.Ado appears to have been derived from clitic a= plus do ‘3SG’ in order to precede two syllable pronouns, nouns and proper nouns. However, the Kadô dialect indicates that it was probably derived from a non-clitic a plus do. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions9.5.1.1Beneficiary of an event9.5.3.2Recipient (of a patient)9.5.3.1Beneficiary (of a patient)
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