Variations: ko/kitak anak sapa
English: Whose child are you?
Bahasa Malaysia: Kamu anak siapa?
Source: Melayu Sarawak Lingua-Hack Group #2
kau: you (informal, singular)
kau empun: your
pa kabar kau?: How are you? Informal, used to ask one person, and someone of your age or younger
apa polah kau/kitak/ko?: What are you doing? Informal, used to ask one person, and someone of your age or younger
berapa banyak duit kau: How much money do you have?
berapa ekok ikan mok dibeli kau tek: How many fish do you want to buy?
kau atang ari ni?: where are you from?
kenak kau sik molah keja: Why are you not doing your work?
kol berapa kau abis keja: What time do you finish work?
kol berapa kau balit rumah: What time are you going home?
kol berapa kau pegi sekolah: What time are you going to school?
kol berapa kau pegi speta: What time are you going to hospital?
pahal kau molah giya: Why are you doing that?
sapa nama kau: What is your name? Informal, used to ask one person, and someone of your age or younger
sapa nama kitak: What is your name? Used to ask more than one person, or talking to an older person
siney kitak/ko/kau diam?: Where do you live?
siney umah kitak/ko/kau?: Where is your house?