Datapoint Newfoundland English/Distinctive forms for auxiliary vs. full verb meanings of primary verbs

Variety: Newfoundland English
Feature: Distinctive forms for auxiliary vs. full verb meanings of primary verbs
Value: A - feature is pervasive or obligatory
Informants: Sandra Clarke

Examples

Example 2097:
And you know what, I does that today.

Source: Wagner, Susanne nd: 009

Example 2098:
the big old trains that they haves now when they're married

Source: Wagner, Susanne nd: 010

Example 2099:
Oh my, what have been done wit' our land?

Source: Wagner, Susanne nd: 011

Example 2100:
sometimes it don't come back the same

Source: Wagner, Susanne nd: 020