- 1st > someone, -ka
- 2nd > someone (3rd, 3rd.a), -da
- 3rd > someone (3rd.a), -ta
This would go for the direct voice, the inverse voice would reverse the flow, so, with the inverse you would have:
- 1st < someone, -talka
- 2nd < someone, -talda
- 3rd < someone, -talta
So in this new plan there is more clarity but at the same time I've managed to preserve the ambiguities. And the infix only reverts the hierarchical flow in 1 step. So a sentence would look like:
I love you, do you love me?
With the proper evidentials. It is worth noting that the inverse could be taken as "do you love me" or even "am I loved?" if you decide to use the 3rd person, you get a kind of impersonal or passive construction.
Someone loves him, I hear.If clarity is needed, pronouns should be used. Maybe pen toritalkas? would appear clearer to avoid confusion, although context may make them unnecessary, as Kareyku is a pro-drop language with a lot of contextual information needed.