Datapoint Aboriginal English/Generalized third person singular pronoun: object pronouns

Variety: Aboriginal English
Feature: Generalized third person singular pronoun: object pronouns
Value: A - feature is pervasive or obligatory
Informants: Ian Malcolm

Examples

Example 3813:
He can't let 'im inside
He can't let him [male person] inside'

Source: Anthropological Museum, University of Western Australia nd: Leonora L15 1

Example 3814:
And we chased e emu up the flat. Then, then when we caught 'im we killed 'im
And we chased the emu in the open field. Then, when we caught it, we killed it'

Source: Rochecouste, Judith and Malcolm, Ian G. 2003: 17

Example 3815:
We just turned 'im round
We just turned it [the car] around'

Source: Anthropological Museum, University of Western Australia nd: Leonora L4B