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Kame Ayyo’koti:
From St. Augustine:

--- Quote ---The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.
--- End quote ---

Fìkifkey lu puk, ulte ke sop a fkol inan rìkit a’aw nì’aw.
This world is a book, and one who does not travel reads one page only.

Plumps:
I don’t see anything wrong with it ;)

Just for variation’s sake.

Kifkey lu puko, ulte tsatul a ke sop, inan rìkit a’aw nì’aw.
“The world is a book, and he who does not travel, reads only one page.”

Blue Elf:

--- Quote from: Plumps on October 31, 2014, 02:57:17 pm ---I don’t see anything wrong with it ;)

Just for variation’s sake.

Kifkey lu puko, ulte tsatul a ke sop, inan rìkit a’aw nì’aw.
“The world is a book, and he who does not travel, reads only one page.”

--- End quote ---
Tsatu is quite good here, although it confused me for moment, as it is used quite rarely; my first idea would be tsapo (I think these two are interchangeable here).
Stupid idea - is *tsafko possible?  :)

Tìtstewan:

--- Quote from: Blue Elf on October 31, 2014, 03:22:08 pm ---Stupid idea - is *tsafko possible?  :)
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Hmm, "that one" (unspecific person)...
I don't think this would work as you are trying to "specify" an unspecific person. Same also for *fìfko - which I never saw.


Btw, does exist a plural of tsatu / tsapo? like *tsaysu (those persons) / *tsayfo ? ???

Vawmataw:
those persons: tsaysute

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