NAIL Multilingual Thread

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby Mol_Bolom » 2011-11-12, 4:37

[flag]chr[/flag]ᎢᏳᏓᎭ ᏙᏳ ᎤᏴᏜ ᎪᎳ ᏄᎵᏍᏓᏅ, ᎠᎴ ᏙᏳ ᎤᏗᏞᎬ ᎪᎩ ᏄᎵᏍᏓᏅᎢ...
ᎢᎸᎯᏳ ᏅᎩ ᎭᏫᏂᏗᏢ ᎢᏳᏴᏜ ᎪᎳ ᎨᏒ, ᎠᎴ ᏍᎪᎯᏥᏆ ᎦᎸᎳᏛᏗᏢ ᎪᎩ ᎨᏒ.
It's frequently cold during winter, and very hot during summer...
Sometimes it's below 4 in winter, and above 100 in summer.


ᏂᎯᎾ? ᎤᏴᏜᏍ ᎤᏅ ᎯᏁᎳ?
How about you? Is it cold where you live?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2011-11-12, 11:29

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Háƞ, waníyetu osnísni s’a yeló.
Yes, winters tend to be quite cold.

Ȟyálehaƞ wičhítenaškaƞškaƞ wawáƞlake he.
Did you watch T.V. yesterday?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-05-01, 16:02

I will try...


[flag]kuf[/flag] (Montana Salish)

t spisc̓é u tam ácc̓x̣n ɫu snʔacc̓x̣tn
Yesterday I didn't watch television.

tam čn epɫ snʔacc̓x̣tn l̓ incitxʷ
I haven't a television in my home!

ɫaqʷlwi ácc̓x̣n ɫu snʔacc̓x̣tn l̓ inqeneʔ citxʷs
Sometimes I watch television in my grandmother's home.

ec̓ščén ɫu ʔacx̣núxʷ yetɫx̣ʷá́sq̓t ? or ec̓ščnasq̓ti ?
How is the weather like today?


My keyboard writes x̣ and x̣ʷ
The little dots should be under the letter x :x

Probably my sentences are full of mistakes :( . Is there a native speaker who can correct it - not only my Montana Salish, but also my English? :)
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Dette er nemlig Formelen, som beskriver Selvets Tilstand, naar Fortvivlelsen ganske er udryddet: i at forholde sig til sig selv, og i at ville være sig selv grunder Selvet gjennemsigtigt i den Magt, som satte det. (This is namely the formula, that describes the condition of the self, when despair is completely eradicated: by relating itself to itself, and by willing to be itself, the self is grounded transparently in the power which constituted it) (Søren Kierkegaard, The sickness unto death)

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-01, 21:17

Oh darn, some used this thread again. I was hoping to be functional in a NAIL before that, but I'm not trying to discourage anyone from using it. Anyhow . . . :P

I obviously can't correct you Salish, Massimiliano, but I can help you with your English.
The only English I would correct is the last question. I'd say it as either "How is the weather today?" or "What is the weather like today?" (basically you don't need the "like" in there).
Oh, and I get the dot under the x's. Maybe it's your browser or something?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby Massimiliano B » 2012-05-01, 22:43

księżycowy wrote:Oh, and I get the dot under the x's. Maybe it's your browser or something?


I don't really know :(
Dette er nemlig Formelen, som beskriver Selvets Tilstand, naar Fortvivlelsen ganske er udryddet: i at forholde sig til sig selv, og i at ville være sig selv grunder Selvet gjennemsigtigt i den Magt, som satte det. (This is namely the formula, that describes the condition of the self, when despair is completely eradicated: by relating itself to itself, and by willing to be itself, the self is grounded transparently in the power which constituted it) (Søren Kierkegaard, The sickness unto death)

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Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-12, 21:56

Just following suit with the NAIL and CSAIL forums. Please put English in spoilers or modified font unless you are talking/responding to someone you know speaks/studies the language you are using. Other then that, have fun!

(And yes, I know there are Yup'ik, Aleut, and Inuktitut/Inupiaq versions of the "Person Below Me" game here. I'll be keeping them, so no worries.)

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby ffrench » 2012-05-15, 13:28

[flag]kl[/flag] Haluu! ffrenchimik ateqarpunga. Tuluit Nunaaminngaaneerpunga.

Hi! My name is ffrench. I come from England. And that's all the Greenlandic I currently know.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-15, 15:02

[flag]ale[/flag] [Aleut]

Aang! Paweł asax̂takuq. Rochester ilagaan angix̂takuq. Alqutat?
Hello! I am called Paweł. I am from Rochester. How are you?

Don't ask me to parse any of that! My Aleut is quite rusty (if even existant anymore :P ). Thank the gods my textbook is like a phrasebook, or I wouldn't have been able to do that.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby ffrench » 2012-05-15, 18:59

[flag]kl[/flag] Inuugujoq, kutta! Ajunngilanga. Qanoq ippit?

Hello! I'm well, thanks. How are you?

I'm a little jealous that Aleut looks a bit less agglutinative; at least you don't have to tack suffixes on your name, but not to say I dislike the agglutination, that's part of the fun.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-15, 19:22

I find it hard to find an Eskimo Aleut language I don't like! And as for your comment, I'm guessing it's just the way the verbs function in Aleut. Aleut is a bit different then the other Eskimo languages.

[flag]ale[/flag] [Aleut]
Iĝamanakuq. Qaĝaasaachxuzakuq. Alqus mat?
I am good. Thank you. What are you doing?

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby ffrench » 2012-05-15, 20:18

[flag]kl[/flag] Imeruppunga. Imerpunga.
I'm thirsty. I'm drinking.

I haven't worked out how to say anything like "I'm studying Greenlandic" just yet.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-15, 20:38

[flag]ale[/flag] [Aleut]
Haagakuq. Kuruuvam ulugan six̂taa alakuq. Amaatxalakan unaangan.
hungry-GEN-IPS. Hamburger (lit. broken beef meat) want-GEN-IPS. Soon cook-FUT_IPS.
I am hungry. I want a hamburger. I will cook soon.

I attempted some parcing, just for fun. :P

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby ffrench » 2012-05-17, 0:11

[flag]kl[/flag] [Tunumiit]
Palasiusaarpua.
I pretend to be a priest.

Yeah, so (East) Greenlandic is the most excellent language.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-17, 12:19

[flag]ale[/flag] [Aleut]
Txin mangiyulakaĝing ii? Mangiyuĝiisis ting achixakuq. Hinga chuukutaasakuq.
2PS_PRO religious-NEG_2PS QUEST? Religion_NOM 1SP_PRO study-GEN_MOOD-1PS. That enjoy-GEN_MOOD-1PS.
Are you religious? I study religion. I enjoy it.


I think I did that right. :para:
And Greenlandic does look cool. I still like Aleut the best though.
I'm also guessing you're going to make me keep my Aleut books out. :P

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby ffrench » 2012-05-17, 14:31

[flag]kl[/flag] [Inuktun]
Ilaanni qinihunga.
I pray sometimes.

Huhutit?
What are you doing?

I've just never looked at a language before which might have a word for 'to pretend to be a priest'. I might have messed up the word order. 50/50 chance, eh. Or not.

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Re: Eskimo-Aleut Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-05-17, 14:53

[flag]ale[/flag] [Aleut]
Tiivikuq.
watch_tv-GEN_MOOD-1PS
I am watching tv.

Yeah, it's always fun to find weird words like that. And no biggy, we're all just learners here.

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby Mol_Bolom » 2012-07-14, 4:38

ᏙᏳ ᎤᏗᏞᎬᎢ, ᏝᎲᏍᎩᏂ ᏍᎪᎯᏥᏆ ᎢᏳᏗᏞᎩ ᏱᎩ.
Doyu uditlehgv, tlahvsgini sgohitskwa iyuditlehgi yigi.
Very hot, but at least not in the hundreds.

ᎤᏗᏞᎬᏧ ᎤᎧᏲᏗᏃ ᎤᎿ ᏁᎭ?
uditlegvtsu ukayodihno uhna hneha?
Has it been hot and dry where you live?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-07-14, 15:27

Welcome back Mol_Bolom! :D

I'm a bit rusty, but I'll try my hand at some Arapaho again. :P

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Wohei, henee3neehesitee' wo'ei3 henee3neehiixoo'ee'. Biito'owu ceto'oo'.
yes, INTENSE-to_be_hot-it and INTENSE-to_be_dry-it. Land to_die-it
Yes, it is very hot and it is very dry. [The] Land is dying.

Hiisiis koonoh'oesei'oo'.
Sun QUEST-to_shine-it
Is the sun shining?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby Mol_Bolom » 2012-08-26, 6:12

Ꮭ ᎪᎯ. ᎤᏒᎯᏊ.
Not now. It's night.

ᏣᎸᏉᏗᏍ ᏕᏣᎩᏍᏗ ᏍᏆᏏ?
Do you like to eat squash?

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Re: NAIL Multilingual Thread

Postby księżycowy » 2012-09-02, 22:02

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Tah, yah teˀknuˀuhslekáhs. :?:
No, I don't like the taste of squash.

Úhkaˀ náhteˀ sheyatʌlo·.
Who do you live with?


Man, that was a fun challenge! I'm loving Oneida! Not sure if I incorporated that noun correctly in the fist sentence, or if I should have to begin with. :? But hey, I tried!


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