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Re: vocab/translation #2

From:Estel Telcontar <estel_telcontar@...>
Date:Friday, March 12, 2004, 5:47
Jeff Jones ha tera a:

> On Thu, 11 Mar 2004 16:43:47 -0500, Estel Telcontar wrote:
>Here's my second vocab/translation practice; the key items are >Captialized. > >uti ha tame Nona nerokamisa ti Nona imoyosi a >i ate the Whole bananna and All the olives. > >uti ka rani nemoera tu Ena a >i don't often enjoy being Alone. > >uti ha Teteki koimu iresa ta esa hurine a >i've Already seen flowers this spring. > >uti ha Eke tame nemai a >I Also ate bread. > >iresa ranai Tuini yeiro a >flowers grow Among the trees. >
> Let's see how much I remember or can figure out.
You basically got everything right that you tried.
> I.S. noun plural is i- before consonants and y- before vowels > and also applies to pronouns.
> ta - ?
It's the preposition "at" in time - indicates a location in time. In contrast to preposition |to|, which indicates a location in space
> Nona - whole
and also "all". It means "whole" with singular count nouns, and "all" with plural count nouns or mass nouns. ______________________________________________________________________ Post your free ad now!