Romblomanon Language - Grammar - Interrogative Words

Interrogative Words

Romblomanon English Example
Ano What Ano imo pangayan? "What is your name?"
San-o When San-o ka makadto sa Romblon? "When are you going to Romblon?"
Diin Where Diin ka pa-kadto? "Where are you going"
Sin-o Who Sin-o ang imo ka-ibahan? "Who is your companion?"
Kamusta How Kamusta ka? "How are you?"
Pa-unó How (a derivative of ano) Pa-unó ka maka halin? "How can you go?"
Pila How much / How many Pila ini? "How much is this?" / Pila ka tawo ang yara? "How many people are there?"

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