Adpositions? Who needs ’em?

na ke makampo anuye
1sg O music-bad hear-PST

This can mean “I heard the bad music” or “I listened to the bad music.” The latter lacks the preposition “to.” This is because Kala sentences are contextual, and made so by the array of meanings conveyed by verbs. There are multiple examples of this in Kala, many of which are more prominent during conversation.

I will post more another time.