How could we say: "this thing make me feel better"

Started by Txana, March 02, 2023, 11:52:53 AM

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Kaltxì ma frapo.
I wanted to say "Coming home makes me feel better" but i have a doubt about the construction of the phrase.

I started by making a construction like "Fwa "make me feel better" tätxaw oeyä kelku.

Honestly I think it's just a lack of practice with the infixe "Eyk" but I'd rather ask than write something stupid thank you very much to those who will take the time to answer me


Kaltxì ma Txana :) Welcome here!

Quote from: Txana on March 02, 2023, 11:52:53 AMI wanted to say "Coming home makes me feel better"
For this I have idea:
Txo oe ziva'u ne kelku, 'efu nitram.
(literaly: If I come to home, I am happy)


Irayo :D

Yes, it's already much simpler than the sentence I had thought.



My approach would be as follows:

Tätxaw kelkune a fì'ul 'eykefu oeti nitram nìtxan.
Comming back to home makes me feel very happy.

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nitram ;)

What Tìtstewan said or

Alternative version:
Tätxaw kelkune a fì'ul leyku oeru fpomit nì'ul/nìtxan
Returning home makes me have more/a lot of wellbeing/happiness


Tätxaw ne kelku a krr, oeru lu fpom nì'ul
More or less literally: When I return home, I have more wellbeing/happiness
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