|From:||Jonathan Andrew Beagley <jbeagley@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, August 9, 2003, 17:02|
In Hloneno:>Here are some sentences in Góquim: > >1. Three birds are flying. >Citojovin tus rujutvun ['kitoZovin tus 'R\uZutfun] Birds three fly-progressive>2. Goquim is a simple language. >Hlonenococuyy hlonaloj tvitju ['l_0onEnokokujai 'l_0onaloZ 'tfitSu] Language-Goquim speak easily Note: Hlonaloj is more accurately translated as: "to have the ability to speak or write in a certain language".>3. There were many beautiful trees in the garden. >Velonivemojty tuvlerohu ['velonivEmoStai 'tuvlER\ohu] Trees-beautiful garden-in>4. I am learning Goquim. >Jo yalirun hlonaloj hlonenococuyy [Zo jaliR\un l_0onaloZ l_0onEnococujai] I learn-progressive speak language-Goquim>5. My name is Nikhil Sinha. >Joty ero Nikel Sinayel. ['Zotai 'eR\o 'nikEl 'sinajEl] My name Nikhil Sinha>6. Where is the book? >Liro eto ev ['liro 'eto 'ev] Book where QUESTION>7. You are coming with me. >To lonun joteju [to 'lonun 'ZotEZu] You come-progressive me-with>8. Are you coming with me? >Ev to lonun joteju OR To ev lonun joteju OR To lonun ev joteju OR To lonun joteju ev [ev to 'lonun 'ZotEZu] QUESTION you come-progressive me-with Note: The position of the interrogative particle (ev) affects the meaning of the question in a few ways. When placed after the subject, the emphasis is on whether or not it is the subject or another subject. When placed after the verb, the emphasis is on whether the person is coming or doing something else. When placed after the object, emphasis is on whether the person is doing that action with the object. When at the beginning, no specific part of the question is emphasized.>9. What is the name of that city? >Erokeyany reco ev OR Erokeyany reco ['eR\oxEjanai 'reko ev] Name-city what QUESTION Note: When interrogative nouns are used, the interrogative particle (ev) isn't neccessary. -- Jonathan Beagley Ilipatovri!