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`Eylan Ayfalulukanä:

--- Quote from: Kameyu a Kepekmì on June 04, 2013, 06:28:01 pm ---
And a little challenge for Cybersterio:

Fìpalulukan mìn mì fkxen. ;D

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You are not very nice to falulukan ;)

frapalulukanìl yom veyit atxan! :)

Cybersterio:
Kaltxì! Irayo ayngayä srung :)

SpoilerHello! Thanks for your help

Tirea Aean:

--- Quote from: Cybersterio on June 05, 2013, 04:30:59 am ---Kaltxì! Irayo ayngayä srung :)

SpoilerHello! Thanks for your help
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-> Ayngeyä srungìri irayo ((seiyi oe ayngar)) :)

nìprrte' :D


--- Quote from: `Eylan Ayfalulukanä on June 05, 2013, 02:13:15 am ---
--- Quote from: Kameyu a Kepekmì on June 04, 2013, 06:28:01 pm ---
And a little challenge for Cybersterio:

Fìpalulukan mìn mì fkxen. ;D

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You are not very nice to falulukan ;)

frapalulukanìl yom veyit atxan! :)

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OH! He meant to say thanators turn into vegetetables? :o But... for that we use slu (become) ;) I get from his sentence, "thanators turn in the vegetables" which seemed weird at the time. I noticed that he did many many edits to that sentence, which at one point was very long and complicated and silly. ;D

also, -> veyt


--- Quote from: http://naviteri.org/2013/01/awvea-posti-zisita-amip-first-post-of-the-new-year/ ---With nouns ending in ey, the -it ending becomes simply t. Example: keyeyt ‘errors’ (not *keyeyit) [...]

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;)

Kemaweyan:
Srungìri ayngeyä irayo. You must use topic to indicate for what you thank. Also we usually say srungìri ayngeyä oe seiyi irayo.

Seiyi is si with infix -ei-. It becomes iyi because ii is forbidden in Na'vi.

Ma Tirea, you're ninja ;D

Tirea Aean:

--- Quote from: Kemaweyan on June 05, 2013, 07:25:28 am ---Ma Tirea, you're ninja ;D

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Righto. ;D I'm back on my game. Nice explanation, too. :)

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