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Menu 1. Úló Agasté 2. Oartáiardhí 3. Golárdhí
[edit] [top]Úló Agasté

Agasté!
Dhámvaer huorólahas ó oartárdhatá Erávahalail dhin.

[edit] [top]Oartáiardhí

In this lesson, the genitive and locative cases will be introduced. Genitive and locative nouns do not recieve articles, and follow the word they modify.
SuffixesGenitiveLocative cons.-endingLocative vowel-ending
Sg. Neuterailhas, cás, sascas
Sg. Masculineólahas, iováscas
Sg. Feminineoilahesces

PronounsGenitive-locative
1st Person Neuterán
1st Person Sg. Masculineór
1st Person Sg. Femininehaer
2nd Person Neuterdheán
2nd Person Sg. Masculinedhaor
2nd Person Sg. Femininedhaer

Pronouns, cont'dGenitiveLocative
3rd Neutersiéninsiath
3rd Sg. Masculinesílsioth
3rd Sg. Feminineseósédh

[edit] [top]Golárdhí

Listen to this conversation between Agólera and Prantaor, who are eating a meal. New words are underlined.
Prantaor: Á! Óniueth é seraleseol dhaer uó! Agólera: Óngoréth vas ardhusas voloidhoil siana. Prantaor: Óniueth sian uó i ai ardhuthai sióvoldhroaól.

ErávahalEnglish
Seralesfeminine 'fish soup'
Óngorém'to exist somewhere', 'to be from someplace', 'to exist'
Vas'in', 'inside'
Ardhuthneuter 'instructions', 'recipe'
Voloidhfeminine 'mother'
I'like', 'as', 'alike to'
Sióvoldhroaformal masculine 'brother'
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