Today I had an idea of how I can keep my Na'vi skills up to scratch, even in this insane exam environment.
I have decided to write a diary/journal nìNa'vi, just a few sentences each day, and this will (hopefully) help me to practice. And I'll probably post it on here for checking. Don't worry though - it won't be anything deep, just banal stuff like "today I ate food. It tasted good." I don't think my Na'vi skills are even up for that though :'(
very good idea! Try a few sentences a day and publish it for check - it'll be useful for you, no doubts. And if you feel you are good enough, you can create blog.
Fìtrr oe p<am>e'un pamrel s<ìy>i mì fìpuk, fralo oe k<ìy>anom tì'efu a-keftxo. Fìkem-il t<ìy>eng oe-ru fpom-it. Oe '<ìm>ì'awn ro oeyä Kelkutral fìtrr nìwotx. Oe tìkangkem s<ìm>i fpi oeyä sìfmerok, slä srekamtrr ulte kxamtrrmaw k<am>ä a-nìkong.
Today I decided I will write in this book, every time I get a feeling of sadness. This action will give happiness to me. I stayed at my hometree all day. I worked for my tests, but the time before noon and the time after noon went slowly.
My version (not the only possible version)Fìtrr oel pame'un futa oe pamrel sìyi nemfa fìpuk, fralo a oe 'efu keftxo.
=>Today I decided that I will write into(inside) this book, every time I feel sad (pe'un is transitive)Fìkemìl tìyìng oeru fpomit
. => This action will give me hapines (just small typo, otherwise correct)Oe 'ìmì'awn mì oeyä Kelutral fìtrr nìwotx.
=> I stayed in my Hometree all day (IMO mì
is better here) Oe nolume fte emziva'u sìfmetokit, slä krr a kip srekamtrr sì kxamtrrmaw kä nìk'ong.
=> I've learn lin order to pass my exams successfully, but time between before noon and after noon went slowly. (not sure if kä
is good here, but we do not have better word - maybe tul