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When the semantic subject of the subordinate imd superordinate clauses is first or second person, either the participial or the conjunctive may generally be used. , Oqarpunga qasullunga/qasusunga "I said that I was tired". But when the subject is third person, the choice between conjunctive and participial is associated with coreference and non-coreference with a superior subject. Thus Meeraq oqarpoq qasulluni and Meeraq oqarpoq qasusoq mean different things, "Child (A) says that A is tired" and "Child (A) says that B is tired".
Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press. Fortescue, Michael: 1983. A Comparative Manual ofAffues for the Inuit Dialects of Greenland, Canada, and Alaska. Meddelelser om Gr0nland, Man and Society 4. Fortescue, Michael. 1984. West Greenlandic. London: Croom Helm. Kleinschmidt, S. 1851. 1968. Grammatik der gronlandischen Sprache mitteilweisem Ei11Schluss des Labradordialekts. Hildesheim: Georg Olms. Kleinschmidt, S. 1871. Den Gren/andske Ordbog. Copenhagen: Louis Kleins Bogtrykkeri. Kruse, Karl. 1969.
A Grammar of Kalaallisut (West Greenlandic lnuttut) (Languages of the World - Materials) by Jerrold M. Sadock