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 dantÉ›ndÉ› tona, this works. Eating, by the way, uses ono.
92. lÉ¨nanda lÉ›nna kye gogÉ¨diya tono dantÉ›ndÉ› tona.
Hmm. This could also mean “we ate the food that was by the road.”