The subjunctive -te- [teh] presents a hypothetical situation, as in the English ‘If I were prime minister.’ There are not many examples of this in the Narratives. They take the stative aspect.
tewayeˀngyaih if I were married
-aye- 1st person singular patient – I
-ngya- verb root – marry
-ih stative aspect
tanyǫnyendaˀǫh If one seizes, catches me
-anyǫy- indefinite agent + 1st person singular patient
-endaˀǫ- verb root – seize
-h stative aspect
de samęngyerih tehstǫt
if you are agreeable if you give it to me
If you are agreeable and give it to me.
tehstǫt If you give it to me.
-hs- 2nd person singular agent – you
-tǫt verb root – give + stative aspect
te samęngyerih utǫrǫtǫh eyonyažaˀsęˀ
if you are willing it is plenty I will pay you
If you are willing, I will pay you plenty ”
tesamęngyerih If you are willing.
-sa- 2nd person singular patient – you
-męng- noun root – word
-yerih verb root – be correct + stative aspect
 If there are two verbs in a row with the subjunctive, the first one can be represented with a -de-.