• x
  • Part of Speech: Grammar
  • Meaning: interrogative clause ender
  • Word: Japanese か ka
  • IPA: [ka̠]
  • Family: Japonic

Mainly used to end main clauses to form direct (yes/no) questions (e.g. tu le suki in ne hu? 'Do you like this?'), or lone subordinate clauses to form indirect (whether/if) questions (e.g. ta ja le lo hu(,) le no sankan 'Whether they go (or not) is not important'); incompatible with relative clauses

Changes main clauses into questions (essentially a spoken question mark)