Over the hill…

Does your language make the difference between an adposition phrase/case that complements and ones that modify a noun phrase?

Yes. Kala uses locational verbs, or more precisely, adpositions that also that also function as verbs.

나 거 자가 우어터 야마히 가어라여
na ke tsaka ua’etle yamahi ka’elaye
1sg O house be.above-REL hill toward-MOT-PST
I went to the house (that is) over the hill.

나 가어 자가 거 야마히 우어라여
na ka’e tsaka ke yamahi ua’elaye
1sg toward house O hill above-MOT-PST
I went over the hill to the house.


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