2015-11-20

Kyoni gyi tardugai metto, Zamith Gisele-to

Kyoni (sotteyom, 2015/11/20) deri gyi tardugai metto. Da biasai gi metto kerjatomoto, Zamith Gisele deri, sugokatta, merkatouni.

Merkatouni mi deri apamto kay anamto, kay soromto. Ya, ho jin deti.




Additional Suffixes of Meaning

In Seylum, nouns can receive special endings to indicate the most common roles of a word in the phrase, where other languages used to deal with such relations through prepositions and other additional words and expressions.

In some cases (namely from the second to the fifth line), some sufixes depend on vowel harmony, based upon last vowel of the word. Basicly, if it is on (a, o, u) group, the suffix to be used is that one containing a or o, and if the last vowel falls onto (e, i, ö, ü) group, takie that other containing e.

For the direct object suffix, it's simplt -t when the word ends with vowel or with (r, s, sz, z, n).

For the genitive suffix, it's simplt -n when the word ends with vowel.


SuffixRole of the wordSamples
Nominativebi
"sun"
nun
"fish"
deti
"family"
tomo
"friend"
-t / -ot / -etDirect objectbitnunotdetittomot
-n / -on / -enGenitive
("of...")
binnunondetintomon
-nak / -nekDative
("something is done for...")
bineknunnakdetinektomonak
-kar / -kerAblative
("shomething is done by...")
bikernunkardetikertomokar
-hazHome indicator
("x's Home")
bihaznunhazdetihaztomohaz
-veInstrumental
("using...")
bivenunvedetivetomove
-niLocative
("in the...")
bininunnidetinitomoni
-noPartitive
("of...")
binonunnodetinotomono
-leAbessive
("without...")
bilenunledetiletomole
-toComitative
("with...")
bitonuntodetitotomoto
-fiConditional
("in case of... / being...")
bifinunfidetifitomofi


__________________________________________
VOKABULAR

ana : mother
apa : father
biasai : usual, common
jin : people
kerja : work
kerjatomo : co-worker
metto : rendezvous, *meeting
merkatou : market
sor : sister
sotteyom : friday
sugoi : wonderful. The suffix -katta makes the past tense.
tardugai : unexpected

Comente com o Facebook:

2 comments:

  1. Douni stakenyu? Bifi, lajeni; amefi, hazomni.

    "Where I can stay? If sun, in the beach. If rain, in my home."

    ReplyDelete