Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Palåbran 01/18/2012: Gaige

Gaige (GUY-gi): Be present, stative verb, opposite of absent.

Note: Gaige is the definite form of guåha (there exists). You can also think of gaige as meaning " there."

"Gaige i yabi-hu gi hilo' lamasa." = "My keys are there on top of the table."
"Gaige si Juan gi eskuelå-ña." = "Juan it there at his school."
"Manggaige ham gi gima'-måmi." = "We (exculsive) were there at our house."

Saturday, January 14, 2012

Palåbran 01/14/2012: Tungo'

Tungo' (TWO-ngoo'): Know, be acquainted with, have knowledge of, recognize, distinguish, have knowledge.

"Kao un tungo' gue'?" = "Do you know him/her?"
"Ti hu tungo' na para un fåtto mågi." = "I didn't know that you would come here."
"Faisen si Rosa, sa' sempre ha tungo'." = "Ask Rosa, she'll know."