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Yeri pa aksham (pa inglish)
Transcript of Yeri pa aksham (pa inglish)
me zai lekti un kitaba
findi in it
un syao bat
om un gro-interes-ney jen
Introduction to Lidepla
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(zwo-worda = "to do - word")
Verbs in Lidepla convey a general meaning of the action. They never change their form. Special particles are used to specify tense or aspect when necessary.
Some Lidepla verbs:
lekti [ lEkti ] - to read
skribi [skrIbi] - to write
lerni [lErni] - to learn
shwo [shwO] - to say, to speak
jivi [jIvi] - to live
lubi [lUbi] - to love
(inplas-kwo-worda = "instead of - what - word")
They can be placed:
before a verb (as a subject)
Me lubi. - I love.
after a verb (as an object)
Me lubi yu. - I love you.
after a preposition
Me shwo om yu. - I talk about you.
Personal pronouns don't change their form.
ta - he or she (about a person or any living creature)
Doga? Ta es hir. - The dog? It is here.
oni - they, one (indefinite pronoun)
Oni shwo ke ... - They say (one says) that...
swa - oneself
Lu shwo sol om swa. - He talks only about himself.
(a) book (-s)
(kwo-worda = "what - word")
Nouns convey a general meaning. When denoting an object, the word itself doesn't involve the idea of number. It's usually quite clear from the context, but if you need to specify, you are welcome to use words like "un" (one), "pluri" (some), "mucho" (many) and also plural ("pluri-forma").
Some Lidepla nouns
jen [jen] - (a) person(-s)
munda [mUnda] - world
surya [sUrya] - sun
dom [dom] - house, home
kitaba [kitAba] - (a) book (-s)
(kwanto-worda = "how much - word")
un kitaba -
dwa kitaba -
tri jen -
mucho jen -
shao kitaba -
Nouns don't change their form when used with numerals
zai lekti -
- will read
book (in general)
un kitaba -
mucho kitaba -
Words indicating time
pa aksham -
in the evening
pa sabah -
in the morning
pa dey -
during the day
(unisi-worda = "unite - word")
of general meaning)
(konekti-worda = "connect - word")
- because of
(= "what (about quality) - word")
Adjectives are usually placed before the noun.
Adjectives never change their form.
Special particles are used to make comparisons.
syao kitaba - (a) small book
pyu syao - smaller
zuy syao - the smallest
The special particle "-ney" is used to make adjectives out of nouns, verbs and pronouns.
However, as possessive pronouns are used very frequently, it is more convenient to use short forms:
me-ney = may, yu-ney = yur, nu-ney = nuy
lu-ney = luy, ela-ney = elay, ta-ney = suy, li-ney = ley
koy - some
eni - any
kada - every
oli - all
ambi - both