Greetings Guest
home > library > journal > view_article
« Back to Articles ✎ Edit Article ✖ Delete Article » Journal
1▲ 1 ▼ 0
how to at least seem friendly
This public article was written by [Deactivated User], and last updated on 25 Mar 2017, 03:05.

[Public] ? ?
[Public] ? ?
8. Names ? ?
9. Nouns ? ?
12. Typology ? ?
14. Verbs ? ?
This article is a work in progress! Check back later in case any changes have occurred.
Menu 1. Types 2. Vocabulary 3. Greetings

Interruption (taftamsannis) said in passing (ex. walking by someone in the street)
Encounter (tafsekselak) said to suggest initiation of an exchange
Return (taftamfasap) said to respond to an Interruption or to close an Encounter

[edit] [top]Vocabulary

fortune (mal (mal))
misfortune (afej (afej))
be/feel (tamoilas (tamoilas))
have/possess (seklon (seklon))
take (away) (sekesaoss (sekesaoss))
give (sekfina (sekfina))
“interrupting” - to interrupt, stop, block (tamsannis (tamsannis))
“encounter” - to encounter, stop, find (sekselak (sekselak))
“returning” - to return/come back (tamfasap (tamfasap))

[edit] [top]Greetings

I hope you feel fortunate.
I hope you have fortune (now).
ilanalonitef (et) mal jan
2SSecond person singular (person)
addressee (you)
.PRSPresent tense (tense)-have-OPTOptative (mood)
'wish, hope'
(now) fortune ACCAccusative (case)
TRANS direct object; patient

Do you feel fortunate (now)?
- I feel fortunate.
> I do.
> I have fortune.
- I feel unfortunate.
> I do not.
> I have misfortune.

I hope you give fortune.
I hope you take away misfortune.

✎ Edit Article ✖ Delete Article
privacy | FAQs | rules | statistics | graphs | donate | api (indev)
Viewing CWS in: English | Time now is 01-Dec-23 17:32 | Δt: 677.527ms