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The Sequential Pronoun in Nkwen Language

The sequential Pronoun is noticed in Nkwen Language when a person carries out a series of activities in a sequence.

The sequential Pronoun is noticed in Nkwen Language when a person carries out a series of activities in a sequence or serially. For Example

Ləm à ghə ŋkha ədzͻ̀, mbû nsû, nti’i nniŋə a məme àkaŋə ŋkwusə.  (Lem went and harvested plums, came back, prepared it, put it in a dish and covered.)

The sequential markers m, n and ŋ,  as illustrated above refer to the same person  “Ləm”.  Without these markers the sentence cannot be coherent. Thus there is a degree of cohesion between these markers and the person for several verbs in a sequence.  

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