Once you know a person's name, the next important piece of information to find out is where they live. One way to do that in Mingo is to ask:
Káwé tsnôke'? Where do you live?
This question introdcues us to our second important question word, «káwé» 'where'. To reply, you can say:
Albuquerque tknôke'. I live in Albuquerque.
To find out about other people, you can ask questions such as:
Káwé thanôke' ne hôkwe?
Where does the man live?
Káwé tyenôke' ne yeksa'aa? Where does the girl live?
If you think you might know where someone lives, you can take a guess. For example, you could ask:
Dallas tyenôke' ne yakôkwe? Does the woman live in Dallas?
When you ask a question like this in Mingo -- that is, a question where the answer is either 'yes' or 'no' -- the pitch of your voice should go up at the end of the question, much as it does in English.
If she does live in Dallas, the response could be:
Túkës, Dallas tyenôke' ne yakôkwe.
Yes, indeed, the woman lives in Dallas.
If not, the answer might be:
Hë'ë, Portland tyenôke' ne yakôkwe.
No, the woman lives in Portland.