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Offline Carborundum

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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #20 on: October 09, 2010, 08:52:35 am »
I also tried to translate a little chant.

tall trees, warm fire
strong winds, deep water
I feel it in my body, I feel it in my soul

tsawla ayutral, soma txep
txura ayhufwe, txukxa pay
oel 'eferu fkot mì tokx oeyä,
oel 'eferu fkot mì vitra oeyä



very nice! but shouldn't the last sentences contain -l/-t srak? :)
:-[ well... Srane, now that you say it.
Tirea Aean said yesterday I have to be careful with fko, so I wasn't sure if that is correct.
I recall that yes.. I don't deal that much with fko though, so I might be wrong, but my Na'vi spirit says that it should be -l/-t :P

I don't think the -l/-t are in question here, but rather whether or not fko is the right pronoun.
It isn't. Fko is an indefinite pronoun used to refer to unspecified people. English examples:
How does one use fko?
They should do something about the weather!

The correct pronoun in this case would be tsat, meaning "it".

Also, remember that mì+ triggers lenition.
« Last Edit: October 09, 2010, 08:56:34 am by Carborundum »
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #21 on: October 09, 2010, 08:53:51 am »
I also tried to translate a little chant.

tall trees, warm fire
strong winds, deep water
I feel it in my body, I feel it in my soul

tsawla ayutral, soma txep
txura ayhufwe, txukxa pay
oel 'eferu fkot mì tokx oeyä,
oel 'eferu fkot mì vitra oeyä



very nice! but shouldn't the last sentences contain -l/-t srak? :)
:-[ well... Srane, now that you say it.
Tirea Aean said yesterday I have to be careful with fko, so I wasn't sure if that is correct.
I recall that yes.. I don't deal that much with fko though, so I might be wrong, but my Na'vi spirit says that it should be -l/-t :P

I don't think the -l/-t are in question here, but rather whether or not fko is the right pronoun.
It isn't. Fko is a indefinite pronoun used to refer to unspecified people. English examples:
How does one use fko?
They should do something about the weather!

The correct pronoun in this case would be tsat, meaning "it".

Ah srane, irayo seiyi! Just like... "man" in swedish kefyak? or kinda.
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #22 on: October 09, 2010, 08:55:34 am »
Yep, more or less. Also "de", when used like the "they" in the above sentence.
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #23 on: October 09, 2010, 08:58:47 am »
Yep, more or less. Also "de", when used like the "they" in the above sentence.
Ah tserun tslivam.  :)
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #24 on: October 09, 2010, 09:03:38 am »
So it should be:

tsawla ayutral, soma txep
txura ayhufwe, txukxa pay
oel 'eferu tsat mì sokx oeyä,
oel 'eferu tsat mì vitra oeyä

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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #25 on: October 09, 2010, 09:16:02 am »
So it should be:

tsawla ayutral, soma txep
txura ayhufwe, txukxa pay
oel 'eferu tsat mì sokx oeyä,
oel 'eferu tsat mì vitra oeyä


Looks good yes :D
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #26 on: October 09, 2010, 09:20:36 am »
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Nga zaryup ulte nga karyllkxem
Nga taryerkup ulte nga 'ongaryokx nìmun[/desc]
I think this is better. And sìltsana 'u: I understand it.
I probably kicked against some Na'vi rule I don't know yet (or forgot again), with the 'a'. I'll check under the table, perhaps it rolled underneath it. ;)

you don't need laryu, cause 'ongaryokx  is good enough on its own.
But I'm thinking of if you should just have <ay> and not <ary>..
I found 'ary' in the Nutshell, meaning 'will be verb-ing', and that made sense to me at that moment, although I was in doubt between 'ary' and 'ay' myself... (I am not so bright in the evening.)

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Ayoe za'u ta Eywa
ulte ayoe ne Eywa tivätxaw
na tompa ne txampay tivätxaw

Nga zayup ulte nga kayllkxem
Nga tayerkup ulte nga 'ongayokx nìmun

Ayoe layu txantslusam
Alunta koaka sute kame nìtxan.
Krr a lì'fya lam sraw, may' frivìp utralit.

Ngopyu ayvurä.

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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #27 on: October 09, 2010, 09:23:33 am »
you don't need laryu, cause 'ongaryokx  is good enough on its own.
But I'm thinking of if you should just have <ay> and not <ary>..
I found 'ary' in the Nutshell, meaning 'will be verb-ing', and that made sense to me at that moment, although I was in doubt between 'ary' and 'ay' myself... (I am not so bright in the evening.)

yeah cause now you're kinda saying:
Nga taryerkup ulte nga 'ongaryokx nìmun
you will be dying and you will .... ehh... being born again.

which to me is a little weird. To say "you will die and you will be born again" sounds better in my opinion  ;)
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #28 on: October 09, 2010, 09:35:08 am »
yeah cause now you're kinda saying:
Nga taryerkup ulte nga 'ongaryokx nìmun
you will be dying and you will .... ehh... being born again.

which to me is a little weird. To say "you will die and you will be born again" sounds better in my opinion  ;)
That is a little weird to you? Then I worry about what you think is really weird! ;D

Ayoe za'u ta Eywa
Ulte ayoe ne Eywa tivätxaw
Na tompa ne txampay tivätxaw

Nga zayup ulte nga kayllkxem
Nga tayerkup ulte nga 'ongayokx nìmun

Ayoe layu txantslusam
Alunta koaka sute kame nìtxan.


So what do you think about the purple version?
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #29 on: October 09, 2010, 09:41:09 am »
yeah cause now you're kinda saying:
Nga taryerkup ulte nga 'ongaryokx nìmun
you will be dying and you will .... ehh... being born again.

which to me is a little weird. To say "you will die and you will be born again" sounds better in my opinion  ;)
That is a little weird to you? Then I worry about what you think is really weird! ;D
hrh I've seen worse things. ::)

Ayoe za'u ta Eywa
Ulte ayoe ne Eywa tivätxaw
Na tompa ne txampay tivätxaw

Nga zayup ulte nga kayllkxem
Nga tayerkup ulte nga 'ongayokx nìmun

Ayoe layu txantslusam
Alunta koaka sute kame nìtxan.


So what do you think about the purple version?
I like it. Seems good  :D
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #30 on: October 09, 2010, 10:46:12 am »
I like it. Seems good  :D

In that case I am using my 1000th post (OME!!) to say "HOORAY" and irayo, ma Le'eylan!
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #31 on: October 09, 2010, 10:46:52 am »
I like it. Seems good  :D

In that case I am using my 1000th post (OME!!) to say "HOORAY" and irayo, ma Le'eylan!

awesomeness. :3
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #32 on: October 09, 2010, 01:20:05 pm »
Post homework here?  ;D
Well I writetx a story some weeks ago, here it is  :D
And there is no need to correct this, my great Toruk Tirea have alrady dcorectred it for me  :D

I corrected a few things :) check spoilers
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #33 on: October 09, 2010, 01:39:23 pm »
No, she diden't miss anything, the one I posted was the ones that is not corected, its the original wroted by e ;D

ah tam  :)
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #34 on: October 09, 2010, 09:13:13 pm »
It has been decided....

This is good. very good ONLY!

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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #35 on: October 10, 2010, 04:41:42 am »
Ok, so this thread is where you can post everything we've worked and will work with in class  ;D
So you're welcome finding your old stories, and Nusumea Tirea, feel free to post that epic song of yours!

I will also post some things here once in a while :D
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #36 on: October 10, 2010, 04:47:23 am »
Txantsan! I was thinking this morning, about trying to post something somewhere in Na'vi, about the day or something that happened in my life. Like a micro-blog, a few times per week. Just a line or two perhaps. Something to build experience.
Trr lefpom!
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #37 on: October 10, 2010, 05:41:07 am »
Txantsan! I was thinking this morning, about trying to post something somewhere in Na'vi, about the day or something that happened in my life. Like a micro-blog, a few times per week. Just a line or two perhaps. Something to build experience.
Trr lefpom!

you're more than welcome to do that here :D
Then we can answer you :3

Oh btw, I made another picture:
And updated the last one:
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #38 on: October 10, 2010, 06:08:16 am »
you're more than welcome to do that here :D
Then we can answer you :3
WOU!

Oh btw, I made another picture:
Ahhhh!! Txantsan, ma Le'eylan! :D (I'll finish translating/reading when I return from visiting oeyä sempul.)

Fi rewon, oe tarmul. Tsawke lolu txan som! Oe yìlmom nìlstan, ulte oe frrfìryen oeyä sempul.
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Re: GMT+1 classwork topic
« Reply #39 on: October 10, 2010, 06:13:08 am »
Ok, so this thread is where you can post everything we've worked and will work with in class  ;D
So you're welcome finding your old stories, and Nusumea Tirea, feel free to post that epic song of yours!

I will also post some things here once in a while :D


Your multiple corrections of my stumble through Na'vi and finally Puvomuns use of the song was epic too!

Ok, here it is, the final version. A small song about numers based on an children song.
A idea what happens is put in the spoiler.

vola 'eveng tivaron new
’awìl mun’i mì zekwät
vola 'eveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng akinä

kinäa 'eveng tivaron new
'awìl txopu si hrrapìt
kinäa 'eveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng apukap

pukapa 'eveng tivaron new
'awìl zolup nrrit
pukapa 'eveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng amrr

mrra 'eveng tivaron new
'awìl tse'a palulukanit
mrra 'eveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng atsìng

tsìnga 'eveng tivaron new
'awìl yerom veyit
tsìnga 'eveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng apxey

pxeveng tivaron new
'awìl keltsun nivume taronit
pxeveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng amune

meveng tivaron new
'aw lu husahaw
meveng tivaron new
slä tafral ì'awn nì'aw 'eveng a'aw

'awa 'eveng ke tivaron new
'aw kä nekelku
pol eylanit tse'a
slä tafral 'eveng avol


 

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