Question Words and Determiners


Angos uses a set of radicals combined with part of speech vowel endings to form interrogatives and determiners.
Determiner Radical
Noun Form
Adjective Form
Verb Form
Adverb Form
k-
what
ko
what
ki
which, what [X]
ka
do what*
ku
how
f-
this
fo
this
fi
this [X]
fa
do this
fu
this way
d-
that
do
that
di
that [X]
da
do that
du
that way
m-
some
mo
something
mi
some [X]
ma
do something
mu
somehow
y-
any
yo
anything
yi
any [X]
ya
do anything
yu
anyhow
fet-
few
feto
few things
feti
few [X]
feta
do a few things
fetu
in few ways
val-
many
valo
many things
vali
many [X]
vala
do many things
valu
in many ways
os-
every
oso
everything
osi
every [X]
osa
do everything
osu
in every way
n-
no
no
nothing
ni
no [x]
na
do nothing
nu
in no way
*this action is undefined; it's related to context.

Question Words

Using the interrogative ki formed in the table above, other question words are as follows:
ki omo
who (what person)
ki ceo
when (what moment)
ki samino
when (what period)
ki caso
what time (what hour)
ki kodo
why (what cause)
ki oyo
where (what place)


Relative Clauses

Unlike some languages, Angos does not use any interrogatives to form a relative clause. Instead, the particle lae is used.
Na-omo lae wo me via - The man who I saw
Oyo lae me cea - The place where it happened
Leisos lae le vindawgos tayli - The house whose (its) windows are broken




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