avara botuspa saba jaavanantu tiɲa duvɛɛnsa: kɔleraa. avara kulumbuntu teem
Now you know, in Jaffna there was a sickness: cholera. Now it is in Colombo. OR: Now you know, the sickness that was in Jaffna, cholera. Now it is in Colombo.
Under the first reading, the first verb is existential. Under both readings the second predicate is locational.
The first reading has two main clauses; in the second reading the first clause is a relative clause.