An example of Mi
|Date:||Wednesday, August 25, 2004, 10:52|
Mi is an almost purely isolating language. Only verb tenses and the
indefinitive are formed through suffixes. Here are a few example sentences.
An unfinished grammar can be found at http://ylp.net.tc
Tom does horse races. He is good and fast. If he would ride through the
wood, he would be the winner.
Oin Tom oil oikdunath re amoi. Ven unthum ren oin re akoi. Oin oil athan vu
theradek re at ka, oin oin thisik re akoi.
Oin Tom oil oikdunath re am-oi. Ven unthum ren oin re ak-oi. Oin oil athan
vu theradek re at ka, oin oin thisik re ak-oi.
NOM-M-S Tom ACC-N-P Horse race he/she/it do-PRS. Good and fast NOM-M-S
he/she/it is. NOM-M-S ACC-N-S horse LOC-N-S wood he/she/it will-SUB move-
SUB, NOM-M-S NOM-M-S winner he/she/it be-PRS.