Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Interrogative pronouns

In addition to where (as in Which way you going?), which way occasionally also appears to be used to express 'how', in which case we would be dealing with three compound expressions. Consider the following example from my sociolinguistic interviews: I don't care what color you is. We are one anyway. Any which way you put it! Even you little white - you little brighter than me, but we're still one! However, according to one of my Bahamian consultants, how is the default expression in this case.

Values

Two compound expressions

Example 12-32:
What side he want me put it?
What
what
side
side
he
3sg.m.sbj
want
want
me
1sg.obj
put
put
it?
3sg.n.obj
Where does he want me to put it?

Source: Holm & Shilling 1982: 218

Example 12-33:
Right where you living - uh - what part you living, on - on that side [...].
[...]
[...]
what
where
part
where
you
2pl.sbj
liv-ing
stay-prog
[...].
[...]
[Right where you’re staying,] where you’re staying, on - on that side [...].
Example 12-34:
When she take out the food, he know what time sh- he coming home. She take out the food, and he was done there.
[...]
[...]
he
3sg.m.sbj
know
know
what
when
time
when
sh-
3sg.f.sbj
he
come-prog
com-ing
home
home.
[...]
[...]
 
[...] she knew when he was going to come home [...]
Example 12-35:
So what time you-all church is out where you been?
So
so
what
when
time
2pl.poss.det
you-all
church
church
cop
is
out
out
[...]
[...]
 
So when does the church (service) finish [where you went (the other day)]?
Confidence:
Intermediate