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9.1.5. ki:
       It is used in ‘yes’ or ‘no’ type questions. When ki: is used as a interrogation to ascertain something, the verb with which it is used is repeated in the form of future tense.
we:r ha:tu:r ki: wo:r hattu:r?
‘whether these people went or those?’
huti: ki: huwi: ‘saw it or not?’
itti: ki: inwi: ‘said it or not?’
ii: ki: atwi: ‘cooked or not?’
ad wa:t ki: wa:wo: ‘she came or not?’
9.1.6. bara:
       It gives emphatic meaning such as ‘even, also, too’, etc.
nan bara: wa:yka:n ‘I to shall come’
ad ga:o: bara: tit ‘she ate food too’
ond bara: aga: a:yo: ‘not even one is there’
9.1.7. le:ka:
       This clitic gives the meaning of ‘same as, alike’ etc.
wo:r leyo:r le:ka: isinto:r
he young man like appears
‘he appears like a young man’

ma: nima: le:ka: punno:m
we you like do not know
‘we do not know as you do’
9.8.1. pakka:y
       This functions as an intensifier modifying the following verb.
ma: pakka:y gorga: uo:m
we much sulphi drank
‘we drank sulphi to much’

pir pakka:y va:yinta:
rain much comes
‘it rains heavily’

aw pakka:y e:ndinta:
they much dance
‘they dance more’
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