Continuing with Gary’s list:
- At noon we ate our lunch by the roadside.
Hah. Already have a word for noon! And like any one-word time phrase, it can go in the source slot. And by the roadside involves a serial predicate. Since the food is also by the roadside dantɛndɛ tona, this works. Eating, by the way, uses ono.
92. lɨnanda lɛnna kye gogɨdiya tono dantɛndɛ tona.
Hmm. This could also mean “we ate the food that was by the road.”