Everything I wrote was correct.
Oe omum! slä oel tsat leykivatem
Why the <eyk>? Why is this infix necessary?
look up latem in the dictionary. then look up leykatem. then realize what happens when you have a subject and object in a transitive sentence.
Nusonga zìsit atsìng
Why do you drop the ay? zìsìt is only one year and there isn't lenition, so why did you drop it?
look at the thread "Txe'lanit hivawl
" on language updates, scroll down until you find the part about number attribution. when you have done that, remember what Norm's second sentence was in the film.
tsanumtseng letsranten nì'ul layu ulte sìlpey oe tsnì ayngal tslivam futa
oe zenänge leykivatem oeyä "ayfìrayorìti"t...:/
Where does the t come from? I don't have an ergative ending... Did you just forget to add it or was it on purpose?
look at NiaN and search modal verbs. also remember what you discovered about leykatem.
Oe new pivlltxe ayngaru san NgayNume mowan nìtxan lu ulte oeru prrte' lu fwa lu oe hapxì NgayNumeyä.
Thank you so much for this correction. I always wondered how to construct sentences like that.
Sìlpey oe tsnì fra'u eyawr lu fu ayngal tslivam aylì'ut a oe pamrel soli...
Of course it's fra'u... Careless mistake.
srane, tsun oe ngati tslivam. nì'aw kxeyey ahol. tìfmusi irayo seiyi oe ngar.
Two questions to what you wrote, then.
1. Shouldn't there be a -l at the first oe? Because now you haven't any ergative-ending...
2. Doesn't hol change the word described into plural? So, if so, shouldn't it be keyey then?
1. No. see my response above.
2. No. see the other related response above.