NoAdvSb: The language does not have adverbial subordinators.
InitAdvSb: An independent subordinator appears at the front of the subordinate clause.
FinalAdvSb: An independent subordinator appears at the end of the subordinate clause.
InternAdvSb: An independent subordinator appears within the subordinate clause.
(1) miša pā muw-a man-ti utśija-l, śit ūrǝŋǝn āŋľiskij jāsǝŋ ūtalti-l.
Misha other land-lat go-inf want-prs.3sg that because English language learn-prs.3sg
’Misha learns English because he would like to work abroad.’ (S. O.)
(2) xūn il ol-l-ǝm, luw wērat-l.
when away lie-prs-1sg (s)he make-prs.3sg
‘When I go to bed, (s)he is doing something.’ (Onina 2011: 18)
(3) muŋ xanti xojat-lǝw wērǝt-l-ǝt ki, tāś xɔ̄t-ǝn jax-l-ǝt.
we Khanty man-1pl can-prs-3pl if herd place-loc walk-prs-3pl
‘We Khanty people, when we can, work as reindeer shepherds.’ (Onina 2011: 31).
(4) wɔ̄j wēl-ti ki jaŋx-ǝs, matti wɔ̄j ki mośat-ǝs,
animal kill-inf if go-pst.3sg something animal if get-pst.3sg
jētǝn joxi joxet-l pā mośat-ǝm wɔ̄j-lal śita lēśat-l-elli.
evening home arrive-prs.3s and get-pst.ptc animal-pl.3pl there make-prs-obj.3sg
‘When he was hunting and he has killed some animal, having arrived home, he prepares the bagged
animal there.’ (Onina 2011: 15)