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cehyovar.cehyo ehyeneinterjthat’s it; exactlyHunamuheese ni hugobola, mbo? Ohugaluhamo: cehyo.We shall greet him on our way back, not so? Reply: Exactly.Cehyo nga ndʼolu olomire; ebiri konʼebiri jiba ene.Exactly as you said; two and two make four.9.6.3.2Markers of emphasis 8.1.5.8Exact3.3.3.4Insist9.6.3.5Markers of identificational and explanatory clauses

ehiriiticonj‘that is to say’ ‘which means’ ‘so it is that’ an expression indicating what will be done or what will happenEhiriiti abageni banahaaje ejo.So it is that the visitors will come tomorrow.9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions9.6.3.5Markers of identificational and explanatory clauses

mbaabanodem‘it is these ones’ reply that separates a certain group of people from the restMbaabano abahubbire embwa yʼomusomesa.These are the ones that beat the teacher’s dog.Abaana abamwendula mbaabano.The children you are looking for are here.9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns9.6.3.5Markers of identificational and explanatory clauses mbeebinodem‘it is these things’ reply that indicates that the items are where the speaker is, or where the speaker is pointing9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns9.6.3.5Markers of identificational and explanatory clauses

mbeebinodem‘it is these things’ reply that indicates that the items are where the speaker is, or where the speaker is pointingMbeebino ebiitu ebi oli hulomaho.Here are the things you are talking about.9.2.3.5Demonstrative pronouns9.6.3.5Markers of identificational and explanatory clauses der. ofmbaabano