Di-li – no (future tense)
Ka-on – eat
Pa-ni-ud-to – lunch
pa – Still / yet
na – Now / Already
Mokaon ka ba a imong paniudto? – Will you eat your lunch?
“mo” prefix in front of kanon marks it as future tense.
“ka” personal pronoun for YOU
“ba” is a question marker asking
“imong” is YOUR
As with any yes or no question the respondent can provide more information.
Here are two possible answers:
Dili pa – No but but there is a possiblity that he/she will eat later
Dili na – No and the person is expressing that he/she has no plan to eat