"How did you wake up?"
How this breaks down using the STROVE method: subject- u (you); tense- me (past imperfect- did); relative- not used; object- not used; verb- (ku)amka (awoken); ending- je (how?). Therefore: how did you wake? Umeamkaje.
I keep seeing you pop up on these threads with the STROVE method. I am a native Spanish speaker so I have never heard of that, and you are constantly saving my life. I just have to say I am very grateful that you keep doing this. Mad respect.
A bit foggy on the meaning. Is this asking the method by which you woke up (e.g. setting an alarm clock), or how you felt when you woke up?
I believe the latter. It's a greeting similar in use to "Good morning" or "How did you sleep?"
Literally, that is right. But 'How did you wake up?' is just a different way of asking a similar question.
What is the diffrence between umeamkaje and umelalaje (and can anyone clarify the pronunciation)