Datapoint San Andres Creole English/Interrogative pronouns

In present-day San Andres Creole English, the most common equivalents are single words: huu, we, wen, hou. However, compund expressions such as wapaat and wentaim also exist (as well as we ... fa, wa mek alongside wai).

Values

All simple words

Example 10-27:
We yu de stie?
We
Where
yu
2sg
de
prog
stie?
stay
Where are you staying?
Example 10-28:
How di likl bwai niem?
How
how
di
art.def
likl
little
bwai
boy
niem?
name
What is the little boy's name?

Source: Bartens 2003: 57

Example 10-29:
huu; we; wen; how
huu;
who
we;
where
wen;
when
how
how
who; where; when; how
Example 10-31:
Huu gwain du ih?
Huu
who
gwain
fut
du
do
ih?
3sg.n
Who is going to do it?
Example 10-30:
Da wen yu kom?
Da
foc
wen
when
yu
2sg
kom?
come
When did you come?
Confidence:
Very certain