Vocabs 10a and 10b (KuJomu)
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|Date:||Wednesday, January 29, 2003, 20:51|
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He didn't bathe yesterday.
Ka teh bunasa velam.
(neg.) (past tense ind.) bathe(3rd.pers.masc.formal) this day ago.
This road isn't that narrow.
u-haraha ka'z ta estu.
the road(this one) (neg.)is that/so much narrow.
Closest thing in KuJomu would be Ketike (Literally: spite-having-to-do-with).
I am not jealous!
Ka tyolu'm ketike!
(neg.) be afflicted with(1st pers. fam.) something to do with spite
i-Syep (also To Stab, To Shoot)
Luckily, the hornet didn't sting me.
Sesudi', u-bachi ka teh meksyep.
[due to moral correctness], the (stinging insect) (neg.) (past tense ind.) (1st
pers. fam. accus.) sting.
Uno/Temyo/Kwi (depending on concept)
Kaya temyo ye?
(neg.)(conditional ind.) Who(unknown) (question ind.)
Jyosukash (negative mental state)
She couldn't come to grips with her grief.
Ka teh wudobweso s'jyosukash.
(neg.) (past tense ind.) deal with (potential conditional) (3rd pers. pos. fam.)
negative mental state.
The profits have not decreased for 2 years.
Wonkeyy ka chetul na dho zhan.
(pl.) Profit (neg.) have decreased (all-purpose preposition) two year.
You couldn't annoy me if you tried.
Ka pwabwebe meknyete yo chagayabeyo.
(neg.) Be able to(pot. cond.)(2nd pers. fam.) 1st pers. fam. if (agnostic ind.)
try (cond./2nd pers. fam./agnostic ind.)
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Werafe (lit. "Picture/image-doer")
That is not a camera - it's a calculator.
Keho ka'z anWerafe - Zu anShife.
That (thing) (neg)be a Camera - Be (3rd pers. fam.) a Calculator. (Lit.
She doesn't like boots.
Ka sukso susuleh.
(neg.) like(3rd pers. fem. form) (pl.)shoe.
Don't boot him out!
(neg.) (3rd.pers.common.throw away(imperative)
topic: Up for grabs
Possessive: s' (common), so- (formal), tau- (superior)
Directive: Ase/-set' (common) Aso/-sot' (formal) Amtau/-taut' (superior)
Accusative: Sehe/Seku (common), Soho/Soku (formal), Mtau/Ntau/-tauku (superior)
(to be pitied): Talak
(past perfect): Krule or Kru'l
Possessive Adjective - S' (common), sa- (formal), tai- (superior)
Possessive Pronoun - Seyu (common), Sayu (formal), Mtaiyu or Ntaiyu (superior)