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Independent Indicative Neutral – Subjective (#02)
It is/was as if she is/was seeing him.
The form ᐃᔥᑲ ᐧᐋᐸᒣᐧᐋ᙮ishka waapamewaa. belongs to the Independent Indicative Neutral-Subjective paradigm. It is used to talk about dreams or appearance, or to things that happen but should not. There is always the particle ᐃᔥᑲishka before the verb.
It seems like I am laughing.
It seems like s/he is laughing (when s/he should not be).