Continuing with Gary’s list:
- A company of soldiers marched over the hill and across the meadow.
OK. No soldiers. Let’s use a group of hunters kɛddɨn ha ɛdanna. And “marching” is a manner verb, and manner just isn’t important. Sorry. Over the hill and across the meadow can be handled with a serial predicate construction, and both would use the adverb alamya prefixed to tɨŋi
121. kɛddɨn ha ɛdanna alamotni lɛnɛ alamotni mɨŋi dɛstɛ.
- I’m told