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SCHEDULE 29.-VOICE, MODE, AND TENSE-Continued. 225
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ENGLISH |                                                             | REMARKS
133 James is kicking John 
([[strikethrough]]said 
doubtfully[[/strikethrough]])|Ji'-wi        ho-lã-slä[[m]]t-hi[[c]]-slä[[m]] Jã-ni'._
                                      
134 James kicked John 
(said doubtfully|              "   " wã-    "  "   "         "        "       " "
135 James will kick John 
(said doubtfully) |            "   " ä[[m]]-"  "   "         "        "       " "
136 James is kicking John 
([[strikethrough]] statement 
made on hearsay.)
[[/strikethrough]] |           Ji'-wi        "  "  "         "        "       " "._
137 James kicked John 
(statement made on hearsay.) | "   " wã-ho-  "  "  "         "        "       " "._
138 James will kick John 
(statement made on hearsay.) | "   " Ä[[m]]-ho-lã-slä[[m]]t-ho[[c]]-slä[[m]] Jã-ni'._
139 James, kick John! 
(commanding) |                 "   " e-tcã-lã-      "       "                 "  "._
140 James, kick John 
(beseeching) |                 "   " "  "  "        "       "                 "  ". -
141 James may kick John |      "   " Ã-ho-lã-slä[[m]]t'-ho-                   "  "._
142 James did not kick John    "   " Yã-te-ho-lã-sä[[m]]tho                   "  "._
143 James is kicking John 
[[^x x]] (while he is running)| "  "    ho-lã-slä[[m]]t-ho-slä'               "  "._
144 James kicked John while 
he was running |                "  " wã-"  "   "         "  "                 "  "._ 
145 James will kick John 
(while he is running) |         "  "Ä[[m]]-ho-lã-slä[[m]]t-ho-slä'            "  "._
146 James desires to kick John |"  " i[[c]]-le'-le ã-ho-ã-sä[[m]]-tho'        "  ".
147 James desired to kick John |"  "  lel-hã'kwe   " "  " "        "          "  "._
148 James will desire 
to kick John |                  "  "Ä[[m]]-lel'-hã " "  " "        "          "  "._
149 James ought to be 
kicking John |        Ji'wi-te-yo-toñ-hoñ-tco'-hon ã-ho-lã-slã[[m]]t-ho-slä[[m]].-Jã-ni
150 James ought to 
have kicked John 
yesterday |            "  " "  "   "   "   " ni-ne " "  "   "         "           "  "      
151 James ought to kick 
John to-morrow |       "  "teñ-"   "   "   "'      "  "  "  "         " slä[[m]].-Jã-ni
152 James is frequently 
striking John |                       Ji'wi-yot-kã[[e]]-dã'dye   ho-goñ-lek'-hoñ._ "  "        
153 James frequently struck John |    "  "   "  "       "   "kwã' "  "             "  "
154 James will frequently 
strike John |                 Ji'-wi-ä[[m]]- "  "       "  dye Ä[[m]]-ho-goñ-lek'- "  "
155 James is causing 
John to strike |Ji'-wi lã-li-hoñ-ni' lã-goñ-lek-hoñ ne-Jã-ni
156 James caused John to strike |Ji'wi-lã-li-hoñ-ni'-ne lã-goñ-lek-hoñ-ne-Jã-ni
157 James will cause John to strike |Ji'-wi-ä[[m]]-lã-li-hoñ-ni' 
158 I cause him to throw a 
stone now |              (Kli-hoñ'-ni) wã-in'-hãt tci yã-o-nä[[m]]-yon-di[[c]]'._
159 I caused him to 
throw a stone yesterday |              "  "    "   "  wã-ho"        "  " te-dä[[m]]._
160 I will cause him to 
throw a 
stone to-morrow | wã-in'-hãt tci-Ã[[m]]-ho-nä[[m]]-yon-di[[c]]-ä[[m]]-yol'-hä[[m]]._
161 I cause him 
to put his hat 
on the table now |Kli-hoñ-ni' oñ-de-kwã-lã-kwã-ke lo-no'-wã'-lo-le ã-hã'-loñ._
162 I caused him 
to put his hat on the 
table 
yesterday.|wã-kli-hoñ-n' oñ-de-kwã-lã-kwã-ke lo-no'-wã'-lo-le lo-lãk-te'-dä[[m]]
163 I will 
cause him 
to put his 
hat on the 
table 
to-morrow.|Ä[[m]]-kli-hoñ-ni' oñ-de-kwã-lã-kwã-ke lo-no'-wã'lo-le ä[[m]]-hã'lä[[m]]
164 I cause him to throw a club now |Kli-hoñ'ni yã-o[[c]]-hnyoñ-di'._
165 I caused him to throw 
a club yesterday |wã-Kli-hoñ'ni yã-o[[c]]-hnyoñ-di-te'-dä[[m]]._

^[[x see note page 224._]]
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