Continuing with Gary’s list:
- Can your brother dance well?
Another question. There is no verb “dance”, but there is a class IV noun gyadad for the event or action of dancing. And if you are doing an activity, the activity is a location. But the question isn’t asking if your brother is dancing, but whether your brother can dance well. So the activity is treated like a mental or physical state, and is co-subject with “your brother” using a verb of stance. The adjective “well” is then put in the destination slot.
53. kaɬa gyadadnɛn sɛdɛ ge dɛmɛ?
(Your) brother stands with dancing well?
53. ñamma anjāri anhēi ā makāe kēñ;
- sib of oppo gender