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NP2 - Me and mine

Na'vi Prezis are a new set of prezis that will introduce you to the language and help you learn it in an easy way. Made by Le'eylan (leeylan@hotmail.com) www.forum.learnnavi.org
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Pronouns & Possessions
This is the second lesson that will
introduce you to the Na'vi language.
In this prezi we will learn about pronouns;
you, I, him, her and so on,
and also possessions.
Tam tam,
Seze.
oe
Starting off with pronouns
nga
po
oeng
oe + nga = oeng
As you will soon notice,
Na'vi has some unusual words.

To help us learn them, we have
Sorewn who will present
them to us.
moe
pxoe
ayoe
me + oe = moe
pxe + oe = pxoe
ay + oe = ayoe
menga
me + nga = menga
pxenga
pxe + nga = pxenga
aynga
ay + nga = aynga
mefo
me + po = mefo
pxefo
pxe + po = pxefo
ay + po = ayfo
ayfo
ayoeng / awnga
ay + oeng = ayoeng
How the pronouns work:
= 2 = mune
= 3 = pxey
pxe
me
Therefore we get such things as , , and .
menga pxefo ayoe
= 4+ = ay
oe
nga
po
1
4+
pxoe
pxenga
pxefo
pxoeng
ayoe
aynga
ayfo
ayoeng /
awnga
moe
menga
mefo
oeng
Possession
To show possession, you add -yä or -ä
Ikran oeyä
___
___
Oeyä ikran
You have to put the thing
that's possessed on one side of the possessor.
And both will mean
the same thing.
= ä
If the word ends with
a, ä, e, i or ì
= yä
Pronoun + possession
oeyä
moeyä
pxoeyä
ayoeyä
ngeyä
mengeyä
pxengeyä
ayngeyä
peyä
mefeyä
pxefeyä
ayfeyä
oengeyä
pxoengeyä
ayoengeyä / awngeyä
oe
moe
pxoe
ayoe
nga
menga
pxenga
aynga
po
mefo
pxefo
ayfo
oeng
pxoeng
ayoeng
Examples
tsko
Tsko Neytiriyä / Neytiriyä tsko
nantang
Nantangä pxelini / Pxelini nantangä
1
2
3
lini
What you know
oe, moe pxoe, ayoe, nga, menga, pxenga, aynga, po, poan, poe mefo, pxefo, ayfo, oeng, pxoeng, ayoeng
-yä / -ä
me+, pxe+, ay+
-e, -an
mune, pxey, ikran, tsko, nantang, 'eveng, tute, tuté, tutan, sa'sem, sa'nok, sempul, soaia
Vocabulary
Made by
Le'eylan
(leeylan@hotmail.com)
Pictures from the movie are from:
avatar-italia.net
forum.learnnavi.org
for more lessons
Po
Po can also become poe or poan.

-e and -an are the female
and male suffixes. These
are only used on a few nouns. For example:
poe
poan
all other letters
tute
tuté (tute+e), tutan
Po lu tuté. Po lu tutan.
2
3
Exceptions
There are two exceptions to the -yä vs. -ä rule.
The first is for the noun , and it becomes .







The other is for the name , which becomes .
soaia
soaiä
Omatikaya
Omatikayaä
Mefo lu Neytiriyä soaia.

Sempul sì sa'nok.

Mefo lu sa'sem Neytiriyä.
Me-fo lu Neytiri-yä soaia.

Sempul sì sa'nok.

Me-fo lu sa'sem Neytiri-yä.
Sempul
Sa'nok
sa' + sem = sa'sem
nok
pul
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