Do clause chaining languages have complement clauses? If so, what syntactic roles can they play? If not, what structures do clause chaining languages have that are commonly translated into English as complement clauses?
I've found a fair amount of information about clause-chaining on the web, but almost no information about complement clauses, or structures that are commonly translated into English as complement clauses, that occur in clause-chaining languages.
In this article, for example, I was able to find only one reference to one possible complement clause. http://www.sil.org/silewp/2010/silewp2010-001.pdf