IntPfrCC: Causatives are expressed through the use of a nonfinite verb form, special verbal mood, and either a verbal case affix or a special particle in the clause expressing the caused event. This type is known as an intentional causative construction.
(1) oma-m sup jūnti.
(2) oma-m jiγriś-um maγǝs ūp-um-n sup jūntup-t-i.
(3) ńawram oma-te-n ńāń tē-ŋkwe lāwa-we.
In Northern Mansi, causation can be expressed morphologically (Riese 2001) (cf. (1) and (2)) as well as periphrastically. The latter construction consists of the verb lāwi ‘say’ and the infinitive of the verb depicting the caused event (cf. (2) and (3)). In passive sentences, the causer is in the lative-dative case, which functions as an agent marker, while the element coding the caused event is, again, in the infinitive (cf. (2) and (3)).