Hi. The "Shizhe'é hóló," was said to mean "I have a father". Shi- apparently means "my". Where is the subject you're talking about here? Wiktionary says "hóló," means existence or location. I would interpret "Shizhe'é hóló," as "My father exists", which must be an equivalent of "I have a father". However if you're right it seems to mean "My father has..." Has what? Or otherwise father is not a subject. I'm confused a little bit.