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How is that part (place) of yours? ) Buram iyi. This part of me is OK.
Siz doktorsunuz. You are a doctor. /Siz nasI1sln1Z? How are you? (remember that the personal pronoun is not necessary unless there is special emphasis on it) C;ocuklar nasl1? How are the children? "liava nasd? How is the weather? (Le. ) Nasll hava? What sort ofweather? The question marker Mi is not used when there is an interrogative in the same sentence. The only exception is when a question is quoted and then put to someone as a question, for example: Hava nasd ml? How is the weather, is this the question?
Sokakta arabalar yare There are cars in the street. Odada iki pencere ve bir kapl yare There are two windows aqd one door in the room. ' With first and second person sufflXes, the sense conveyed is that of being included in something. ToplaDtlda varlm. I am included in the meeting. Yemekte varSlDlZ. You are included in the dinner (meal)fYou are going to be present at dinner (meal). , 22 yok: there isn't/there aren't Yok shows the absence of something, that it does not exist. 33 34 Sokakta araba yoke There are no cars in the street.
A reference grammar of the Kanuri language by John P Hutchison; Neil Skinner