Datapoint Aboriginal English/Present tense forms for neutral future reference

Variety: Aboriginal English
Feature: Present tense forms for neutral future reference
Value: B - feature is neither pervasive nor extremely rare
Informants: Ian Malcolm

Examples

Example 3878:
When that tide go out, e got plenty mussels
When the tide goes out there are lots of mussels'

Source: Butcher, Andrew 2008: 632