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Tirea Aean:
Dictionary of commonly used sentence templates and phrases

I'd love to make one.  And I'd love the help of the Community!
Please post in this thread any helpful phrases or sentence templates.
Also post here any specific requests for these.  I'll keep editing this Original Post as the list grows.

Irayo ma frapo!


* Statements, phrases and requests

* Statements
* Phrases
* Requests
* Replies to

* Questions
* Thanks
* Compliments
* Statements
* Greetings
* Place
* Person/s
* Language
* Greetings, farewells & acknowledges

* Greetings
* Farewells
* Acknowledgement/s


Statements, phrases and requests


Statements ↑

"Hello!"
Kaltxì!

"I see you (spiritually)."
Oel ngati kameie.

"I must <do an action> / I have to <do an action>"
Oe zene __[verb has <iv> inside]__

"You're correct" (Literally: To you correctness)
Ngaru tìyawr.

"Here you go."
Ngaru fì'u.

"I should <do an action> (Literally: It's best if I <do an action>)     
Sweylu txo oe __[verb has <iv> inside]__

"He should have <done an action>" (Literally: It's best that he <did an action>)
Sweylu fwa po __[verb has <iv> inside]__

"That is completely funny!"
Tsaw leiu 'ipu nìwotx!


Phrases ↑

"I'm waiting for <thing>"
____-ri oe perey

"Of course"
Nìlun

"One calls me <name>"
Oeru syaw (fko) ___

"I learn <thing>"
_______-(ì)ri oe nume

"I agree completely!"
Oe mllte nìwotx!

"I agree"
Mllte oe

"Cheers!"
Nitram nì'aw!

"I'm good at <thing>"
Oel fnan ____-ti

"I'm good at <doing an action to something>"       
Oel fnan futa ____

"I'm bad at <thing>"
Oel wätx ____-ti

"I'm bad at <doing an action to something>"
Oel wätx futa ____

"I have (a) <thing>"
Oeru lu ____  /  Lu oeru ____
"I learn <thing>"
_______-(ì)ri oe nume

"I feel <adjective of emotion>"
Oe 'efu ____

"I feel <a thing>"
Oel 'efu ____-ti

"I think that <stuff>"
Oel fpìl futa ____

"I hear <a thing>"
Oel stawm ______-ti

"I hear <news about>"
Oel stawm fmawnta _____

"I need <a thing>"
Oel kin ______-ti

"I want <a thing>"
Oel new ______-ti

"I want <to do an action>"
Oe new __[verb has <iv> inside]__

"I want <that a situation exists>"
Oel new futa __[verb has <iv> inside]___

"I like <thing>"
Oeru sunu ____

"I like <to do an action, or that some situation exists>"
Oeru sunu fwa _____
Requests ↑

"Give me/Gimme ____"
Tìng oer ____(-ti/-it)

"As soon as possible (ASAP; Literally: Before the Hellfire Wasp stings)"     
Sre fwa sngap zize' (SFSZ)

"Excuse me"
Hìtxoa

"I'm sorry (Literally: To me forgiveness may-there-be)"
Oeru txoa livu

"Of course"
Nìlun

"Please"
Rutxe

"please help me"
Rutxe srung sivi oeru

"Please repeat that"
Rutxe liveyn



Replies to

Questions ↑

"Yes, I'm well" (I have peace; in response to ngaru lu fpom srak?)
Srane, oeru lu fpom

"So-so" (in response to ngaru lu fpom srak?)
Tam ke tam

"No, I'm not well" (I don't have peace; in response to ngaru lu fpom srak?)   
Kehe, ke lu oeru fpom

"One calls me _____ <name>"
Oeru syaw (fko) ____

Thanks ↑

"Pleasurably!" (You're welcome; in response to irayo)
Nìprrte'!

"No need! (to thank; in response to irayo)"
Kea tìkin!

"Yours!" (in response to irayo: I should be thanking YOU!)
Pum ngeyä!

"Next time from me" (you'll be hearing the thanks; favor to repay; in response to irayo)
Hayalo oeta

"(It was an) honor to me" (in response to irayo)
Oeru meuia

Compliments ↑

"(you're) Kind! (accept the compliment)
Tstunwi!

"(I'm) not worthy" (reject the compliment humbly)
Ke pxan

"To you the mastery (in response to a compliment made by someone you believe is better at it)   
Ngaru tsulfä

Statements ↑

"Please repeat"
Rutxe liveyn

"I don't know"
Oe ke omum

Greetings ↑

"I see you too"
Oel ngati kameie nìteng

"Nice to meet you!"
Smon nìprrte'!

Place ↑

"Where do you come from?"
Nga za’u ftu peseng?

Person/s ↑

"Do you understand?"
Tslolam srak?

"How good is her ________?" (Literally: As for ____, she stands on what level?)   
__________-(ì)ri pol tok peyìt?
__________-(ì)ri po kllkxem sìn peyì?
_________-(ì)ri po peyì?

"How are you?  / Are you well?  /  Do you have peace?"
Ngaru lu fpom srak?

"What is your name  /  what are you called?"
Fyape fko syaw ngar?

"How old are you?"
Ngari solalew polpxay

"What are you doing?"
Nga pehem si

"Do you agree?"
Nga mllte srak

Language ↑

"What does <thing(s)> mean in <language>?"
____ nì<lì’fya> slu pelì’u/paylì’u?

"What’s the meaning of <word>?"
Tsalì’uri alu ___, ral lu ’upe? / ____-ri peral?

Do you understand the Na’vi language"
Ngal tslam Naviyä lì’fyat srak

"__________ in Na’vi becomes what?"
_______ nìNa’vi slu 'upe?

"How is that word written?"
Tsalì’uri fko pamrel si fyape?
Spoiler: (becomes)"How do you write it?"
   --> Pamrelfyari fyape?

Greetings, farewells & acknowledges

Greetings ↑

"Welcome (to ___)"
Zola'u nìprrte' (ne ____)

"Welcome back."
Tolätxaw nìprrte'.

"Peaceful morning/afternoon"
Lefpom rewon/ha’ngir

"Nice to meet you"
Smon nìprrte'

"Hello again to you all!
Kaltxì nìmun ayngaru nìwotx!

Can be shortened to:
"Hello again!"
Kaltxì nìmun!

"A true pleasure."
Tìprrte' angay.

Farewells ↑

"I must go / I have to leave"
Oe zene kivä.

"See you soon!"
Kiyevame / Kìyevame

"Until next time!"
Hayalovay!

"Eywa be with you"
Eywa ngahu.

"Peaceful night/good night"
Txon lefpom.

Acknowledgement/s ↑

"I understand"
Oe tslam.

"Understood."
Tslolam.

"Congratulations!" (Literally: Confident and happy!)     
Seykxel sì nitram!

"Hopefully next year!"
Nìsìlpey zìsìtay!

"Hopefully next time!"
Nìsìlpey hayalo!"Thanks"
Irayo

"That'll do" (Literally: Can suffice)
Tsun tivam.

"very sad only"
keftxo nìtxan nì'aw

"Ermergerd"
Ma Oeyä Eywa

"Nonetheless"
Tsalsungay

Hahaw[hhvhhvcz]:
Sìltsana säfpìp ngeyä ma TA.
Some here

I have <thing>
Oeru lu ____.

One calls me <name>
Oeru syaw (fko) ___.

Plumps:
Mllte oe nìwotx! :)



What does <thing(s)> mean in <language>?
____ nì<lì’fya> slu pelì’u/paylì’u?

What’s the meaning of <word>?
Tsalì’uri alu ___, ral lu ’upe? / … peral?

rillegas08:
Oel ngati kameie.
I See you

How are you?
Ngaru lu fpom srak?

I'm (not) well. Yourself?
Oe (ke) nìltsan. Ngaru tut?

May the Great Mother smile upon our first meeting.
'Awvea ultari oengeyä Nawma Sa'nok lrrtok siveyi
Literally: First meeting of ours, the Great Mother smile

TEAgaming2154:

--- Quote from: rillegas08 on July 31, 2015, 02:56:55 pm ---Oel ngati kameie.
I See you

How are you?
Ngaru lu fpom srak?

I'm (not) well. Yourself?
Oe (ke) nìltsan. Ngaru tut?

May the Great Mother smile upon our first meeting.
'Awvea ultari oengeyä Nawma Sa'nok lrrtok siveyi
Literally: First meeting of ours, the Great Mother smile

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