Miscellaneous papers relating to Aborigines, ca. 1839-1871 - Page 91
Skeleton forms which may be adopted to show the grammatical construction in the present, past, and future tenses, and subjunctive moods.
I [ did [ hunt [ 2 [ emus ] [ spear] yesterday ] with a
will [ catch [ 5 [ kangaroos [ [ stick] tomorrow
He [ ] with out [
She [ may [ kill [ 100 [ swans ] [ stone] on any day.
I [do[ make [big] [on the top of [this mountain [ before [flat] rock
You did little ]in the middle of [ that plain [ behind[ a high]
add to tree
He will [ [ at the end of [ the valley ] alongside [narrow]
She may [put out] many]at the side of[ the other river] beyond broad hut
The whole or portions of the foregoing may be translated.