Example 60-103

natúnákí yé: “owútí wapi olingí kokenda wápi?”
na-tún-ákí
1sg-ask-pst
yé:
3sg
“o-wút-í
2sg-come.from-prs.prf
wápi
where
also
o-ling-í
2sg-want-prs.prf
ko-kend-a
inf-go-fv
wápi?”
where
I asked him: "Where do you come from and where do you want to go to?"
Comment:
FV = Final vowel; it has no specific grammatical meaning, but ensures the phonologically canonical consonant-vowel structure on forms such as the infinitive, the subjunctive and the future.
Type:
elicited from speaker
Source:
Recordings of naturalistic discourse