e (ne, eri)1is(Yeye) e kuhi? -- E kudya.Where is he/she? -- He/she is over there.Yeye e kwe kazi.He/she is at work.Tate e kuzimu.Dad's in the ghost realm.Shetani e mndani mwe nari.Satan is there in hell.E mwe dyela.He/she is in jail.Mwanangu e kuhi? -- E hano.Where is my child? -- He/she is here.U mwana e bule.The child is naked.E vihi? -- Faya.How is he/she? -- Good.Mamnyako e viyi? -- Faya.How is your mother?E vihi u mwana? -- Faya.How is the child? -- Good.Mveverwa we zi nyuchi e mdani mwe spitali.The person attacked by a swarm of bees is in the hospital.Mwaliko e mwe nyumba.Mwaliko is in the house.Siteyi e bila chizazi; kwa ivo he na mwana, hata yumwenga.Siteyi is barren; therefore she doesn't have a child, not even one.Mgosi yuno e chihezi.This guy is being foolish.Samini Mnungu eyuko.I believe God is there (= exists).He kuli.He/She is not there.U mgosi he hadya.The husband isn't there.Kumanya ivo eri. / Humaniyize ivo eri.You know how he/she is. / You don't know how he/she is.An intrusive y occurs between e and uko fusing them (eyuko).The relative stem is eri 'where he/she is/was'.2wasNe mdani mwe Sauthafrika miyezi mtandatu.She was in South Africa six months.Bush ne Bhoizi.Bush was in Boise.Ne Bhoizi mwaka mwenga.He was in Boise one year.Bhakari ne yaho, lakini kahalwa haluse vino.Bakari was there, but he just left.