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Lesson 25

 

Wegonen waabandamaan? - What do you see?
Waaka'igan niwaabandaan - I see a house.
Niwaabandaan waaka'igan - I see a house.
Niwaabandaan - I see it.
Niwaabandaanan niswi waaka'iganan - I see three houses.
Niwaabandaanan - I see them.
Wegonen waabandang awe inini? - What does that man see?
Wegonen waabandang? - What does he see?
Waaka'igan owaabandaan - He sees a house.
Owaabandaan - He sees it.
Wegonen waabandamowaad? - What do they see?
Wiinawa gaye owaabandaanaawaa - They see it also.
Gegoo ninoondaan - I hear something.
Ginoondaan na? - Do you hear it?
Geyaabi na ginoondaan? - Do you still hear it?
Gaawiin, gegoo ninoondaanziin - I don't hear anything.
Ningii-mikaan gegoo - I found something.
Ningii-mikaan - I found it.
Wegonen mikamaan? - What did you find?
Gaawiin, ningikendanziin - I don't know it.
Awenen gikendang? - Who knowes it?
Gigii-mikaanan na nimazina'iganan? - Did you find my books?
Gigii-mikaanan na? - Did you find them?
Gaawiin, ningii-mikaanziinan - I didn't find them.
Gigii-mikaanan na gimakizinan? - Did you find your shoes?
Eya, ningii-mikaanan - Yes, I found them.
Aandi gaa-mikamaan? - Where did you find them?
 
 

New Words:

waabandan - see it (vti)
noondan - hear it (vti)
mikan - find it (vti)
gikendan - know it (vti)
makizin(an) - shoe, moccasin
 
 

Note.

Conjunct Order, indicative for VTI:

 it, them
i, me(verb)-amaan/-yaan
you singl(verb)-aman/-yan
s/he(verb)-ang/-d
we (exc)(verb)-amaang/-yaang
we (inc)(verb)-amang/-yang
you pl(verb)-ameg/-yeg
they(verb)-amowaad/-waad

 

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