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The Partitive Case, this case indicates indefinite quantity. The suffix for this case is: -qwa, this has no English prepositional equivilent.

Answers the questions: kété? who?
                                 maníté? what?

olbrutu|qwa   (some) beer
ekavaro|qwa   (some) light

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