|Apu tshissenimak tshetshi uitsheuakue (nana) Punissa ekusseniti.|
|I don’t know whether he (absent) went fishing with Puniss.|
This form is used when there is doubt about the event described by the verb. We do not know whether this event is happening or not.
|Apu tshissenimimaki Tshan utauia tshetshi tashkaitshenikue e peikussiniti.|
|I don’t know whether John’s father can split the wood by himself.|
The changed form forms another conjugation (#14b).
Link to the conjugation guide.
|APA:||Junker, M.-O. & MacKenzie, M. (2013). Orders. In Grammaire innue / Innu Grammar / Aimun-Mashinaikan. Retrieved from [URL]|
|MLA:||Marie-Odile Junker and Marguerite MacKenzie. Orders. In Grammaire innue / Innu Grammar / Aimun-Mashinaikan. 2013. Web. [date]|
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