Who's that wandering around?
Here's some more practice asking questions about where people are and what they're doing.
Wen na ala'sit awtigtug?
Who is that wandering around in the road?
'Njignam na. Te'si-gisg'g pas'g ala'si Listugujg, gatu negm ma' tam-se'g 'liegw.
That's my little brother. Every day he just wanders around in Listuguj, but he won't go anywhere else.
Wen ala wejgu'et?
Who is that coming this way?
Mui'n na. Ugsmugwanej!
It's a bear. Let's get out of here [lit. 'Let's run away']!
Wen ala enmiet?
Who is that going off/away?
Lentug na. Mutt me'tew, jijuaqa ugsmugwatew.
It's a deer. Don't make a sound, or else it will run away.
Wen ala pemiet?
Who is that going along?
Tia'm na. Mutt gigja'siw ta'n eig.
It's a moose. Don't go close to where it is.
Where are you going?
Qame'g eliei. Natanguai.
I'm going to Campbellton. I'm going shopping.
Where did you go/where have you come from?
Qame'g wejiei. Apanguai.
I went to Campbellton. I went (am back from) shopping.
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