Evidentials are words that emphasize the certainty of a statement.
They usually appear at the end of the sentence.
Evidentials don't easily translate directly into an English word and are sometimes translated as a phrase.
|shin'i||used to emphasize a singular living person||shgguya shin'i||he is my son|
|Tulchina shin'i||I am Tulchina clan|
|shina'i||Used to emphasize a group of people; plural emphatic, refers to people||Kahtnuht'ana shina'i||the Kenai people live, the Kenai people exist|
|Nulchina shina'i||The Nulchina people|
|shida||I am||Albert shi shida||I am Albert, this is who I am|
|Dnayi shida||this is really us|
|shi'i||non-human or inanimate||ggagga shi'i||it is a bear|
|hetl shi'i||what a sled|
|shugu||thus it is||shi shugu||I am the one|