In this lesson we will learn how to ask someone else what they want and how questions are formed. As you can imagine, this is useful in a variety of contexts and is one of the mainstays of everyday conversation.
How it works
In Galilean, questions can be formed two ways:
- Questions can begin with an interrogative, such as [herod]mh[/herod] [trans]mAh[/trans] (="what"), [herod]man[/herod] [trans]mAn[/trans] (="who"), [herod]hAn[/herod] [trans]hAn[/trans] (="where"), or [herod]lmh . . .
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