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ale3conjbecause of that; therefore; soAle yinuha otiine engo olwʼohuba omwana alwaye.Stop digging and go home because the child is sick.9.6.2.5Cause9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions

atengavar.ateconjyet; despite that; moreover; howeverYesi genda omuhaana omulaŋi, atenga wʼepaata ate muhayire.He also loves a beautiful girl, despite that he is bald and old.Ogeene ohuleeta esaani atenga wenda ohulya ebiryo?You have refused to bring the plates and yet you want to eat food?9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions

ayevar.nayeconjbut; word used to express a difference or introduce an added statementAtamba nʼamaani aye mudida. Nenda ohusoma aye nenda nʼohwembahwosi.She is hard working but dirty. I love reading but I love singing too.9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5Conjunctions

ebyo ni byaŋooyeconjafter all that; after those things had happenedEbyo ni byaŋooye nga hutiina engo.After all that we went home.8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1Afterder. ofehyo

hatyaneadvas of now; by this timeHatyane abaatu babanga bamwa obule.By this time people were sewing millet.8.4.6.3.1Now9.6.3.1Markers of transition

koniconj1and, also, in additionMudumba koni Muhwana basaani ba Musimami.Mudumba and Muhwana are Musimami’s sons.9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions2however, but; remark for reminding s.b.Koni, kubona wambala engaato jonyene, esokisi jiriŋe!But, I see you wearing only the shoes, where are the socks!9.6.2.9Concession9.6.1.5But9.6.1.5.1Except9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5Conjunctionskoniŋoconjthen, after that8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1After

koniŋoconjthen, after thatYambala bulaŋi koniŋo otiine mu husaba.Dress properly then go for prayers.8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1Afterder. ofkoni

koonyovar.linda koonyoconj1before8.4.6.2Past8.4.5.2Before2then, after that; an introduction of what has precededGaliiye ebiŋolu konyo gatiina hu somero.He had his breakfast then went to school.8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1Afterha koonyointerj‘wait a moment’, ‘keep calm’ a request for patience3.4.1.2.2Calm4.3.1.5Patient9.2.7Interjections7.2.7.3Wait

kubaconjbecause of; for the reason thatMuhubbire kuba ganduhire.I beat him because of he abused me.9.6.2.5Cause9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions

ngaaŋovar.ngaconjthen; what followedGolire ngaaŋo ninaaŋo atagiha ohuduhana.He arrived and there and then started quarrelling.8.4.5.1Order, sequence9.6.2.7Purpose 8.4.5Relative time9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions8.4.5.2.1After