The Possesive Pronouns and Possesive Adjectives Table
Subject Pronoun Possesive Adjective Possesive Pronoun Object Pronoun
Awa (I) Woa (my) Joa (mine) Oa (me)
Naaya (You) Wonaa (your) Jonaa (yours) Onaa (you)
Wama (He/she/it) Wowa (his/her/its) Jowa (his/hers/its) Owa (him,her,it)
Awate (We) Wote (our) Jote (ours) Ote (us)
Kusaa (You(pl)) Wosaa (your(pl)) Josaa (yours (pl)) Osaa (you(pl))
Maanu (They) Wonua (their) Jonua (theirs) Onua (them)
Question word Translation Example Translation
Choi? What? Choi numole onaa? What did they tell you?
Choga? Who? Choga wagueta ote? Who will invite us?
Chonar? Where? Chonar naahode? Where have you gone?
Chola? When? Chola naanita woa leetna? When will you bring my book?
Choke? Why? Choke in naabaele un dar? Why didn’t you stay at home?
Cae? Question ind.(Yes/No questions) Cae wakunaode? Has she returned?
Cho? How? Cho naakka? How are you?
Cholei? What sort? / What kind? Cholei kuatna naanue? What kind of job do you want?
Chopai? Which? Chopai raat wakka wonaa niaja? Which person is your teacher?
Chotae? How much? / How many? Chotae leetnan nukka ontu kakke? How many books are there on the table?
c- Summary Table
Subject Pronoun SubjectPrefix PossessiveAdj. Possessive Pronoun ObjectPronoun
AWA A- WOA JOA OA
NAAYA NAA- WONAA JONAA ONAA
WAMA WA- WOWA JOWA OWA
AWATE TE- WOTE JOTE OTE
KUSAA SAA- WOSAA JOSAA OSAA
MAANU NU- WONUA JONUA ONUA