La persona che vegn dò peissa che é plu aliegher/da grignèr (?) scrive les respostes in autres lingac che les lingac de les domandes - ence sce é lingac che el/ela ne rajone ben.(gosh it took me more than one hour to write this sentence in Ladin... IpseDixit feel free to correct me!)
First of all:
Secondly: it depends in what dialect you intended to write it... I can only show you how it would be in Fascian which is the dialect I'm learning, (what grammar and dictionary did you use btw? [I suppose the Standard Ladin grammar, but the vocabulary looks like a mix of Fascian and Standard]):
La persona che vegn dò peissa che é più deletégol
respostes per etres
ngac che i
ngac de la
- seence che i
ngac che l/la
is used in Standard Ladin, and other dialects (I think Badiot and Gherdëina for instance)
should mean cheerful AFAIK and da grignèr
is too strong here IMO (it means that makes someone laugh). The best would be deletégol
-in Ladin we don't say in a language
, we say through a language
, so for example it's per talian
(in Italian), per franzous
(in French), per ladin
(in Ladin) and son on...
-and in any case AFAIK in
doesn't exist (definitely not in Fascian), in
usually translates as te
and sometimes en
. E.g: te Tèlia
(in Italy), te la giejia
(in the church), te zità
(in the city).
is feminine, etres
is masculine and lengaz is masculine.
-in Fascian it's lengaz
, not lingaz
-even though is seence che
or enceben che
, ence se
is an Italianism
-the gender agreement for the feminine plural nouns is really messed up. By and large (not always), only the last word of the series takes the plural suffix. For example: la persona ascortes
. (but if I'm not wrong les domanes
would be correct in Standard Ladin, I think...)
-for the third sing. and pl. person you always
need a pronoun, usually if it's not otherwise expressed you have to use the weak pronouns, that's why I wrote i é lengac
is the weak 3 pl. person (they), and l/la
the third sing. person.
-rejone is first sing. person, rejona, third sing. person.
For further explanations, have a look at this thread: viewtopic.php?f=142&t=42938
There I explain what a weak personal pronoun is and try to better explain the agreement of plural feminine nouns.
But seriously, I'm really really impressed.