This page provides information about the questions in Yoruba, also called the interrogative form. This will enable you to ask people about different topics.
|Why?: kini idi?
These are sentences which include the above tools to ask questions. Asking questions is a very good way to learn a language or start a conversation.
|What is this called?: Kini nwọn pe eyi?|
|Why is it expensive?: Kini o ṣe wọn?
|How would you like to pay?: Bawo ni o ṣe fẹ sanwo?|
|Can I come?: Ṣe ki nwa?
|Do you know her?: Ṣe o mọọ?|
|How difficult is it?: Bawo ni o ṣe le?
|Can I help you?: Ṣe mo le ran ẹ lọwọ?|
|Can you help me?: Ṣe o le ran mi lọwọ?
|Do you speak English?: Ṣe o nsọ gẹẹsi.|
|How far is this?: Bawo ni o ṣe jin to?
|What time is it?: Kini ago?|
|How much is this?: Elo ni?
|What is your name?: Kini orukọ rẹ?|
|Where do you live?: Nibo ni o ngbe?
|When can we meet?: Ni gbawo ni a ma rira?|
|Who is knocking at the door?: Tani o nka ilẹkun?|
Now that you have explored questions in Yoruba in the interrogative form, let's move on to the next subject below. Or simply choose your own topic from the menu above.
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