A quarter of the way through and continuing with Gary’s list:
- Is your sister coming for you?
As I mentioned before “come” is usually handled by the verb ono, which requires a location of some sort in the source slot. In this sentence, since “the sister” is the one moving, she is also the subject. And where is she moving? That is open to interpretation. We could say that the sister is moving to “you” or, she could be moving to a nebulous “here” with “you” as the purpose. In sodna-lɛni, the first interpretation would be the most basic, though it is neutral about whatever might happen next. The second interpretation would imply that then you and she would go on to do something else, which I think is closer to what the English sentence implies.
So, “you” as a purposive source, “here” as a locative source (ono‘s arrow of direction is reversed, so that the “destination” is actually in the source slot), and the sister as the subject.
55. susi ŋideya tiɬa ono dɛmɛ?
55. ñi matiē rā þō rā riēn kēñ;