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Offline Ataeghane

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School subjects
« on: September 24, 2012, 12:24:25 pm »
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I made a list of subjects in my school, which I tried to translate into Na'vi. These are subjects in one particular Polish school though, so you can find a few of them surprising. (I give both Polish and English translation, for a Pole accidentally discovering this thread may find it useful). I'd like you to say if that even makes sense, and if it doesn't how I could replace it. ("form-master" and "pedagogue classes" where particularly demanding)

aysämok a txintìnfpi – occupational counseling – doradztwo zawodowe
aysänume a tìruseyfpi nìsoaia – education to family life – wychowanie do życia w rodzinie
aysänume a tìzawnusongfpi – education to safety – edukacja dla bezpieczeństwa
aysänume a tokxfpi – P.E. – wychowanie fizyczne
aysänume Yeysuä – religion (Catholic religion, actually) – religia
krr a 'evengeyktanhu – pedagogue class – zajęcia z pedagogiem
krr a numultxaolo'eyktanhu – form-master class – godzina wychowawcza
lì'fya le'Ìnglìsì – English language – język angielski
lì'fya lePolskxi – Polish language – język polski
lì'fya leRuskì – Russian language – język rosyjski
lì'fya leToitsye – German language – język niemiecki
'okvur – history – historia
säsrew - dance – taniec
tìftia ayeltuä lefngap – I.T. – informatyka
tìftia ayholpxayä – mathematics – matematyka
tìftia kifkeyä sì aysanhìyä – physics and astronomy – fizyka i astronomia
tìftia leykusatemä – chemistry – chemia
tìftia 'Rrtayä – geography – geografia
tìftia tìeyktanä – foundations to entrepreneurship – podstawy przedsiębiorczości
tìftia tìreyä – biology – biologia
tìtslam ayseoä – knowledge of culture – wiedza o kulturze
tìtslam snaolo'ä – knowledge of society – wiedza o społeczeństwie


Maybe you will add some subjects from schools in your countries :).

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Re: School subjects
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2012, 01:22:36 pm »
Maybe you will add some subjects from schools in your countries :).
I tried to translate my subjects at vocational school: :D

lì'fya le'Ìnglìsì..............English language................Englisch
lì'fya leToitsye............German language................Deutsch
tìftia ayeltuä lefngap....I.T..................................Informatik
tìftia ayholpxayä.........mathematics/accountancy...Mathematik/Rechnungswesen
tìftia tìtawngä............business management.........SWB -> Spezielle Wirtschaftslehre (Betriebswirtschaft)
tìftia pongutìtawngä....economics.........................AWL -> Allgemeine Wirtschaftslehre (Volkswirtschaft)
tìftia ’awsitengä..........Social education................Gemeinschaftskunde

I have the problem, that are missing some words in Na'vi for 'economics' or 'business management'. :-\ :-X

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Re: School subjects
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2012, 01:58:50 pm »
Interesting thread :)
aysänume a tìzawnusongfpi is not correct, as you can't use both <us> and <awn> together. You probably wanted to use tì- + <us> form, what creates aysänume a tìzusongfpi.
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Re: School subjects
« Reply #3 on: September 24, 2012, 03:43:43 pm »
Interesting thread :)
aysänume a tìzawnusongfpi is not correct, as you can't use both <us> and <awn> together. You probably wanted to use tì- + <us> form, what creates aysänume a tìzusongfpi.
Well, yes, but why <us> and <awn> wouldn't work together?

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Re: School subjects
« Reply #4 on: September 24, 2012, 03:47:10 pm »
The infix <awn> creates passive participle, <us> - active. So what it would mean if you're using them together? ??? :o
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