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Kame Ayyo’koti:
Nìftxan hona, sì nìftxan txewm! :o



SpoilerSo cute, so scary!

Little-Thanator hunts you!

Tìtstewan:
HRH! Sunu oer tsapalukantsìyp! Hona nìtxan! ;D

SpoilerHRH! Sunu oe-r tsa-palukan-tsìyp! Hona nì-txan!
HRH = herangham
palukan is colloquial version of palulukan

Wllìm:
Palulukantsyìp tsìk sim a krr, tsarelìl arusikx txopu sloleyku oeti nì'it :-[

SpoilerPalulukan-tsyìp tsìk sim a krr, tsa-rel-ìl a-r<us>ikx txopu sl<ol><eyk>u oe-ti nì-'it :-[
The time that the cat suddenly be near, that moving image fear-caused me a bit :-[

Plumps:
Tsarel li smolon oer slä mi fpìl oel futa fìpalukantsyìp lu hona pum ahona ;D New oel tsafnepalukantsyìpit nìteng :D

SpoilerI already knew this video (lit.: that video was already familiar to me) but I still think that this little kitten is extremely cute ;D I want a that kind of kitten too :D

Blue Elf:

--- Quote from: Kame Ayyo'koti on June 09, 2014, 04:41:00 pm ---Nìftxan hona, sì nìftxan txewm! :o

--- End quote ---
Nìtxan hona, sì nìtxan txewm!

to say very X simply use X nìtxan, nìftxan is used for comparisons, like:
Oe lu nìftxan sìltsan na nga -> I'm as good as you.
vs.
Oe lu sìltsan nìtxan -> I'm very good.

BTW - what is difference between fìtxan and nìftxan? Both translate the same way, both are adverbs.

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