Re: Weekly Vocab #1.1.2 (repost #1)
|From:||Carsten Becker <carbeck@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 3, 2006, 11:22|
From: "Henrik Theiling" <theiling@...>
Sent: Friday, September 01, 2006 5:02 AM
>> 1. forest
>> 2. mushroom (edible)
>> 3. to look for something
balangao (to search)
>> 4. To find something after searching for it
>> 5. base, bottom
>> 6. moss
>> 7. basket, bag
>> 8. pine needles, leaves of a conifer
singay (< singaya, lit. "stitcher")
>> 9. each
>> 10. always
>> 1. The forest is in that direction. (or "over there",
>> said while
>> pointing to it)
>> 2. I like mushrooms very much!
Le vatyayang tulangyeon kangan!
TRG=P like.1s.A mushroom.PL.TRG *very*_much
>> 3. I often go searching for mushrooms in the forest.
Ang balangasayin komila tulangyeley vinimea.
TRG=A search.HABIT.1s.TRG often muchroom.PL.P forest.LOC
>> 4. She kept the mushroom that I tripped over.
>> 5. At the base of which tree did you find that
Eyran elinam mehirea le sungevang ada-tulangon?
Under which tree.LOC TRG=P find.2s.A that-mushroom.TRG
>> 6. There is no moss on the base of that tree.
Ya yomoyarareng itrayley avan ada-mehirin.
TRG=LOC exist.NEG.3s-inani.A moss.P at_bottom_of
>> 7. Put the mushroom in the basket.
Tapiu tulangley kasuea.
Put.IMP mushroom.P basket.LOC
>> 8. These baskets, the handles of which are made of
>> pine needles, are useful.
Eda-kasuyereng numerambay, sondamyeley sirengena singayena
This-basket.PL.A A.useful, handle.PL.P REL.A.GEN
>> 9. That is the woman to whom I give each of the
Adanyang envanaris si ang ilayin eda-tulangyenley.
That.A woman.P REL TRG=A give.1s.TRG
>> 10. I always go looking for mushrooms is the forest
>> through which we
>> walked today.
That should have been "in the forest", no?
Ya balangasayang tulangyeley kong vinimin manga luga siya
TRG=LOC search.HABIT.1s.A mushroom.PL.P inside_of forest.TRG
through REL.LOC walk.1p.A today
('manga luga' = through; 'luga' itself means 'among,
between', 'manga' indicates motion from one place to another
by means of the following preposition)
> - elucidation, n.
> an act of explaining that serves to clear up and cast
> light on
taboyisao (lit. "to clarify")
> - snap at, v.
> bite off with a quick bite; "The dog snapped off a
> piece of cloth from the
> intruder's pants"
bitogao mangasara (lit. "to tear away/off")
And another 9 new words, that makes 1401 entries in the
dictionary. The sentences were really more difficult than
the words themselves.
"Miranayam kepauarà naranoaris." (Kalvin nay Hobbes)
Palayena, Ravikan 16, 2315 ya 15:08:25 pd