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

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

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Txana

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



Toliman

#1
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)

Txana

Irayo :D

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

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Tìtstewan

#4
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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Vawmataw

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

or

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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