Continuing with Gary’s list:
- Were you born in this village?
Ooh, questions! Questions are formed with the quasi-evidential dubitive adverb dÉ›mÉ›, which expresses doubt. So you don’t actually ask a question, you express doubt about a statement, inviting affirmation or correction.
Asking about where you were born is idiomatic. It involves using the class IV noun molola “birth event” as a source. (Giving birth involves tÉ¨Å‹i molola, with the birth event as the destination.)
52. molola Å‹idi sÉ›dÉ› dÉ›spÉ› dÉ›mÉ›?
52. Ã±arra jamÄranrie sÅ« jakÄ“ste il jamÅla kÄ“Ã±;