You use when to ask or talk about a time.
When are you going to visit them?
Keen-u ka a eggendiyè ka egleuy kandin?
I don't know when he will come.
Hanewta ke ken-u sikandin eglepew.
Def.: te (meyitenged te timpu te neyitabù); ne
MS: te; ne
You use when to talk about the time that something happens.
Evening is the time when I rest.
Marusilem ka timpu te peggimeley ku.
Do you remember the day when I lost my cellphone?
Nakasuman-suman ke pad te aldew ne nalaag ka silpun ku?
I met her when I was at school.
Nalambag kud sikandin te diyè e pad te iskuylaan [iskuyla͡an].
1977, when I was born, was a good year.
1977, te peglesut ku, su amana ne meupiya ne tuig.
Sem.Dom.: relative pronouns
You use when to say a reason.
How can I call him when I don't know his number?
Menuwen ku naa te eg-umew kandin ke wara a nakataha te numiru rin?
Sem.Dom.: conjunctions; GSL0026-0050
Last updated: 04/Feb/2013