Continuing with Gary’s list:
- Will you go with us or wait here?
This, on the other hand, is a different use of or. It is presenting alternatives, but the alternatives are clauses rather than noun phrases. baŋi has been used with noun phrases, but it is not appropriate for clauses as it is syntactically in the same class as amba some. The word bagÉ›bagÉ›, on the other hand, is a combination of the words for yes and no. It means maybe.
160. bagÉ›bagÉ› ŋidi lÉ›nnanÉ›n tÉ¨ŋi dÉ›mÉ› bagÉ›bagÉ› ŋidi sÉ›dÉ› susi goÉ¬i dÉ›mÉ›?
- for a time