Category:Complex Sentences
Feature:Purpose Clauses WALS
Name:Balanced
Languages (116):
Conlangs (95):
Kamakawi
SASXSEK
Livagian [phonologically]
Lembrin
Kelenala
Viksen
Minza
Gevey
Jaibi
inapo-sakai
Classical Arithide
Modern Arithide
Toki Pona
Celíminé
Gogido
Rejistanian
Bashika
Uscaniv
Annese
SIAL
Buruya Nzaysa
Fila
Yivrian
Kangir
Longrimol
TIAL
Uirian
Lemohai
draga
Ampizd
Uzkian
Talmit
Gac
Raig
Klingon
Ataican
Ishtol
South Picksalladed
Endehl
Celdirin
Zorillo
Taruven
One of the interpretations of the complement of complemented clauses is as purpose, especially when the main verb is explicitly marked with -aš.

īel gunuaš letšah

īel      gunuaš       letšah
ī -el    gunu -aš     le- tšah
3s -CSUB stand -CCAUS SS- see

he/she stands up in order to see

Another way is the verb-suffix -mah

ī gaìnes ševamara lezigyskīn trīaþ

ī  gaìnes    ševamara         lezigyskīn     trīaþ
ī  gaìn -es  ševa -mah  -ra   le- zigh -skīn trī  -aþ
3s city -LOC go   -PURP -PAST SS- buy  -IRR  gift -OBJ

he/she went to the city in order to buy a gift
Lonmai Luna
Nevotak
Korpasian
Himmaswa
Simbri
Manchu
toka na musume
Nayraki
Kopfberger German
anotherunnamed
Kaynuryos
Mîrkšam
Hercsex
Barbane
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Lup (Simplified)
Old Arassenian
Dahu
Nahakhontl
Ndok Aisô
Doayâu
Svørgska
Kaujasakka
Old Zarcosian
Ancient
Maksinaunminverbe
Kiswona
Snahhian
Emeranye
Aoma
G70200
Ilaini
Satang
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Ronc Tyu
Laucariman
Nuim
Cikap
Traup
Hy'Bae
Mindakri
Haotyetpi
Pannonian
Dhrahhynian
Nomikan
CALS Average Feature Values
griuskant
Dunia
Nylaf
Sambahsa
Ame language
Shalolese

Natlangs (21):
Mandarin
Indonesian
Ainu
Arapesh
Fijian
Guarani
Hmong Njua
Ju|'hoan
Kayardild
Khoekhoe
Kilivila
Korean
Lakhota
Malagasy
Maybrat
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Slave
Vietnamese
Wari'
Yaqui
Yoruba