Dàkwàchʼe?

How is it?

Speaker A
Shį́-chʼa dà-kwà-chʼe? How is it outside?
Speaker B
Shį́-chʼa sha kwàǹ-lį. Itʼs sunny outdoors.
Speaker A
Shį́-chʼa sha kwàǹ-lį-a? Is it sunny outside?
Speaker B
À-ghây.  Sha kwàǹ-lį. Yes.  It’s sunny.
A-jùʼ.  A-ju sha kwàǹ-lį. No.  It’s not sunny.

Turning Statements into Questions

Sha kwà-ǹ-lį. Itʼs sunny.
Sha kwàǹ-lį-a? Is it sunny?
Kʼú kwà-ǹ-lį It’s cloudy.
Kʼú kwàǹ-lį-a? Is it cloudy?
Shą nį́-shą. It’s raining.
Shą nį́-shą-a? Is it raining?
Ń-tsʼi nį́-tsʼi. It’s windy.
Ń-tsʼi nį́-tsʼi-a? Is it windy?
Yäw nį́-khyàw. It’s snowing.
Yäw nį́-khyàw-a? Is it snowing?
Kwà-kʼùhʼ. It’s cold.
Kwà-kʼùh-a? Is it cold?
Kwà-dhal. It’s warm/hot.
Kwà-dhal-a? Is it warm/hot out?
ʼÍ-dli. Iʼm cold.
Ń-dli-a? Are you cold?