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No, the horse isn't standing in the water. QU ESTIONS AN D ANSWERS You have just heard some more yes/no questions and answers. Notice the different intonation in question and answer sentences. Notice that the word that is the main focus of the question has the ending +nya attached to it. Words with the location ending on them such as pirlingka in sentence 27 and ngapangka in 30 also have +nya added to them when they are the focus of the question. Notice also how in the answer sentences, it is the focus word that is the first word of the affirmative reply (except for yuwayi, of course) and the first word to follow kulaka in the negative reply.
3. Kamta ka karrungka karrimi. The woman is standing in the creek. 4. Nantuwu ka ngapangka karrimi. The horse is standing in the water. 46 Part Four 5. Maliki ka walyangka ngunami. The dog is lying on the ground. 6. Kamta ka yujukurla nyinami. The woman is sitting in the humpy. 7. Kurdu ka parrajarla ngunami. The child is lying in the coolamon. 8. Nantuwu ka yuruturla karrimi. The horse is standing on the road. 9. Maliki ka jamalyarla nyinami. The dog is sitting on the log. 10. Wati ka yuwarlirla karrimi.
Ngana ka ngarlarri? Who is laughing? 40 Part Four Now go back to the beg i n n i n g of lesson one and revise everythi n g up to here. ' are used in two different ways. In the first sentence in each pair, they are used to ask for information. In the second sentence they are used in a reply to the preceding request for information stating that nobody or nothing is doing the action or that nothing is being done . In these sentences, the question word must follow the negative auxiliary kulaka which must come first in the sentence.