Datapoint Michif/Interrogative pronouns

Michif interrogative pronouns come mostly from Cree. From French: kel saiz 'which (shoe)size' (with an English noun), kel sort 'what kind', kel or uuma 'what time is it?'.
Also kubaen 'how many' beside taanima-ikuhk 'how many, how much'.

Values

All simple words

Example 75-64:
Aweena kaaitohtaahit?
Aweena
who
kaa-itohtaa-h-it?
comp-go-caus-3.sbj.1.obj
Who is going to take me (there)?

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-65:
Taandee chiwiikit.
Taandee
where
chi-wiiki-t.
comp.fut-live-3
Where was she to live?

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-66:
Taanishi kaaishushihaat awa?
Taanishi
how
kaa-ish-ushi-h-aat
comp-manner-make-caus-3.sbj.3.obj
awa?
this.one
How can she make all that?

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-67:
Taanshpi kaaishpayik?
Taanshpi
when
kaa-ish-payi-k?
comp-manner-MOVE-3
When did that happen?

Source: Fleury 2007

Example 75-68:
Kubaen d pyii eeishkwaak la plaansh?
Kubaen
how.many
d
of
pyii
foot
ee-ishkwaa-k
comp-end-3
la
def.art.f.sg
plaansh?
board
How many feet long is the board?

Source: Laverdure & Allard 1983: 101

Confidence:
Very certain