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Kyttin13:
I'm trying to learn a few phrases (as well as build my sentence forming skills...
So here goes...
Oe 'em. ("I cook." Right)
Oel wutsoti 'em. (I cook dinner..."I, Dinner(/meal), cook."

I *will* cook. (Here's where I run into difficulty.)
Oe ay'em...(???)
Same situation
Oel wutsoti ay'em ('ayem?) I will cook dinner...

Both of these examples are only future tense. I will cook dinner, as opposed to I *will* (determination) cook dinner.

Toliman:

--- Quote from: Kyttin13 on October 13, 2019, 04:22:59 pm ---Oe 'em. ("I cook." Right)
Oel wutsoti 'em. (I cook dinner..."I, Dinner(/meal), cook."

--- End quote ---
Right :)


--- Quote from: Kyttin13 on October 13, 2019, 04:22:59 pm ---I *will* cook. (Here's where I run into difficulty.)
Oe ay'em...(???)
Same situation
Oel wutsoti ay'em ('ayem?) I will cook dinner...

--- End quote ---
Right, except one mistake: not ay'em but 'ayem.

so:
Oe 'ayem.
Oel wutsoti 'ayem.

Kyttin13:
That was basically my question, Toliman, Irayo!

Toliman:
Kea tìkin :)

Vawmataw:
To ease your search you can use online dictionaries:

dict-navi.com helps you search any word, and if you click a verb you'll have to your right a table that tells you where to place iv, am, ol, er, ay, ìy, etc.
There's also a conjugation tool with more explanations if you already have the verb: https://wimiso.nl/navi/verbs/

Have fun!

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