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Lesson 1

i Grammar

I. Vetar
II. Esar
III. Vetar
IV. Vetar
V. Esar

Lesson 2

i Grammar

I. Yes- and -ar
II. Lisiablar
III. John
IV. I
V. No right answer, because sentence unregulated

Lesson 3

i Grammar

1. John
2. Dative is house, genitive is Mary
3. Lisiazar
4. He who says
5. No right answer, because sentence unregulated

iii Translation

iii.i Conversation

Person 1: "Mios kening esar Lisidiar, nai esar tios kening?"
2: "Mios kening esar Lisiablar, i tiesar, Lisidiar?"
1: "Bend. Ya ti?"
2: "Bend. Esar bend!!"
1: "Esar bend!"

Lesson 4

i Grammar

  1. Rolarai
  2. Lisitabarai
  3. He stopped

ii.iv Translation

Lisiesar started to go to his house. When he was climbing the mountain to his house, a man stopped him. The man was Lisiazar. Lisiazar said, “How are you, my friend?”

“I am well, and you?”

“I am well. What are you doing?”

“I go to my house.”

“Good, good. Farewell!”

“Farewell!”

When Lisiazar finished, Lisiesar went to his house on the mountain. A man was there. The man said he was Lisidiar. Lisiesar said, “How are you?” And the man went down the mountain.

Lesson 5

i Grammar

i.i

Esar, then vetar

i.ii

  1. Abl- and -ar. Yes- and -ar
  2. You and them are in the accusative, I is in the nominative.

i.iii

  1. Az- and -ar, di- and -ar.
  2. John would be in the dative, Mary in the genitive.

i.iv

  1. Rolarai, Tabarai, Stenarai
  2. -ai

ii The Story

This is not an exact translation, it is translated as it would be in English.

He Who Is comes down the mountain. He is happy. Why is he happy? Because he is. Why is he? He is He Who Is.

He Who Is goes up the mountain, to the house of him. He has a house. Why does he havea house? Because he has. Do you have a house? Yes, you have. To continue, then he goes down the mountain, because he goes to a house of a friend of him.

He Who Is walks down the mountain, and he sees a man. He says, “What is your name?”

The man says, “My name is He Who Finishes. And you?”

“He Who Is.”

“Fare well, He Who Is.”

“Fare well, He Who Finishes.”

He Who Is started to go to his house. When he climbed the mountain to his house, a man stopped him. The man was He Who Walks. He Who Walks said, “How are you, my friend?”

“I am well, and you?”

“I am well. What are you doing?”

“I am going to my house.”

“Good, good. Good-bye!”

“Good-bye!”

When He Who Walks finished, He Who Is went to his house on the mountain. A man was there. The man said he was He Who Says. He Who Is said, “How are you?” And the man went down the mountain.