Another unexpected gap: volko /ˈvol.ko/ change, intransitive only (tomorrow will be the transitive version).
Ël në nahím chël volko.
3SG TOP mood very change.PFV
Her mood was much changed.
The end result of the change is marked with mai, the allative case,
Nihwa në manna vë lár si cholët, micha túm mai volko.
1SG TOP 3SG ATTR word ACC hear.CVB.PFV mind mush ALL change.PFV
After hearing what he said, my mind turned to mush.
Kílta has several first and third person pronouns. Nihwa I is used when you feel you're not completely in control of situation. Manna s/he refers to people who have some official power over you (bosses, political figures you might not consider legitimate). These pronoun distinctions are only made when the speaker feels they are relevant.