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Postby Steisi » 2007-11-17, 17:55

Dearvva!

Ja buresboahtin! Dáppe mii geahččalit hupmat (vai čállit!) sámegillii. Čale maid eáŋgalasgillii!

Máhtátgo don hupmat sámegiela?


Hi!

And welcome! Here we're trying to speak (or write!) in Sámi. Write in English too!

Can you speak Sámi?
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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-11-17, 20:50

Dat lea suohtas! :D
That's great.

Dál mun guldalan Sámi musihkka: Áigi.
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Right now I'm listening to Sámi music: Áigi.

Dovddabehtet go dii daid?
Do you know them?

Mun lean juhkame deaja ja borrame gáhku. :)
I'm drinking tea and eating cake.

Mun áiggon veahaš oahppat, muhto mun in lean viššal :P
I wanted to study a bit, but I'm lazy.
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Postby Steisi » 2007-11-17, 20:59

nighean-neonach wrote:Dovddabehtet go dii daid?
Do you know them?


In.. muhto guldalan dál! Háliidan oastta dan.
No.. but I'm listening now! I want to buy it.

Mun áiggon veahaš oahppat, muhto mun in lean viššal :P
I wanted to study a bit, but I'm lazy.


Juo, munge oahpahan odne, muhto in dieđe leago ihttin áigi oahppat maidege.

Yeah, I studied today too, but I don't know if there'll be time to study anything tomorrow.

(Please correct me if you see mistakes, I think you've been at this longer ;))
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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-12-16, 20:20

Na, dálle mun lean váiban, mun lean borran illá pizza :lol:

Well, I'm tired now, I've eaten too much pizza.
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Postby Steisi » 2007-12-16, 20:47

nighean-neonach wrote:Na, dálle mun lean váiban, mun lean borran illá pizza :lol:


Ii goasge sáhtte leat illá pizza! Makkar? :D

There can never be too much pizza! What kind? :D
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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-12-16, 20:52

Mun ieš lean dan pizza dahkan, dat lei pizza ollu ruotnasiiguin :)

That was a self-made pizza, with lots of vegetables.

Makkár biepmu don leat odne borran?

What have you eaten today?
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Postby Steisi » 2007-12-16, 21:05

nighean-neonach wrote:Makkár biepmu don leat odne borran?


Hmm.. mun lean borran joulutorttuja ja piripiri-chicken. In mun dieđe, maid "chicken" lea sámegillii. Dieđátgo don?


Hmm, I ate joulutorttu's and piripiri chicken. I don't know what "chicken" is in Sámi, do you?

Dás lea govva joulutorttujas:
Here's a picture of joulutorttu's. (Sorry for the size)
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NB: I didn't eat the torttu's with the chicken at the same time. Would have been gross :yep:
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Postby nighean-neonach » 2007-12-16, 21:43

chicken = vuoncáčivga

Joulutorttujas leat vissa njálgát!

The joulutorttus are surely tasty :)
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Postby Egein » 2008-04-07, 19:21

Hei, mun háliidin diehtit, mot didjat "ymmärsin" ja "en ymmärsin" ja "olen ymmärsin".

En koskaan ole törmännyt sivuun, jossa voisi löydä verbejä ja niiden muotoja...:(


Mun en lean sápmelaš muhto háliidin oahppat sámegiela - ii lea girjjid.
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-07, 19:30

Hei, mun háliidan diehtit, mot dadjat "ymmärsin" ja "[s]en ymmärsin[/s]"en ymmärtänyt ja "[s]olen ymmärsin[/s]"Olen ymmärtänyt.


En koskaan ole törmännyt sivuun, [s]jossa [/s] josta voisi löydä verbejä ja niiden muotoja...:(



Mun [s]en lean[/s] ii leat sápmelaš muhto háliidan oahppat sámegiela - ii leat girjjid.


Why was your message almost monolingual in Finnish?
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Postby Egein » 2008-04-07, 19:51

hahha, voi o-voi, olen tunnissa.....enkä keskittynyt :$

Lupaan, että mä olen parempi kuin tämä! hoi-voi...

Miksi "ii lea" on väärää? Eikös "leat" tarkoita "olet"?...?


En saa sekoittaa kieliä :oops:

mua harmittaa --
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-07, 19:55

You should speak English, so that other people can correct your mistakes.

The last time I helped you with something, you were incredibly unappreciative and ungrateful, so I'm afraid you'll get no more joy out of me than the corrections I just gave you.
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Postby Egein » 2008-04-07, 19:58

I'm sorry, I didn't think of that.
Thanks for the corrections anyways.
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Postby nighean-neonach » 2008-04-07, 20:31

I can't really follow what's going on here. As Stacy has said, please try to keep Finnish out of here. It might confuse people because it sometimes looks similar to Sámi, and then they won't know what to think of it.
Please use this thread to practice Sámi :) Ollu giitu.
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-07, 20:41

VUOI Mun lean vajáldahtán mannat sámirađi čoahkkimii! :ohno:

ARGH I forgot to go to the sámi council meeting! :ohno:
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Postby Egein » 2008-04-08, 3:13

Yes Im sorry!

Today I learnt something awesome! My teacher used to go out with Ida Toivonen and knows (pekka) Sammallahti and Im going to write my final paper on Saami.

I might be able to get some prime sources! Woohoo.
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-09, 18:15

This is a thread for discussion in Sámi (bilingual), please use another thread for your requests. Thanks

Dat lea guoktegielalaš sagastallam sámegillii, geahvat nuppe thread juos háliidat jearrat juoidá. Giitu!
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Postby Duiskanieida » 2008-04-09, 20:27

Small correction:

Stacy wrote:guoktegielalaš sagastallam [/color]


guovttegielalaš ságastallan :wink:
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Postby Steisi » 2008-04-09, 20:42

Duiskanieida wrote:Small correction:

Stacy wrote:guoktegielalaš sagastallam [/color]


guovttegielalaš ságastallan :wink:


Ollu giitu! Corrections are aaaaaaaaalways appreciated :praise:

Máhtátgo don maid diehtit, mii (maid?) lea "thread" sámigillii?

Odne lean oasttán sátnegirjji! Pekka Sammallahti Sápmi-suoma / suoma-sápmi. Dat boađe Norggas, in veaje vuordit!


Do you also happen to know what "thread" is in Sámi? Today I bought a dictionary! Pekka Sammallahti's Saami-finnish / finnish-saami. It's coming from Norway, I can't wait!
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Postby Egein » 2008-04-10, 18:32

Mun lean odne nu váiban! Ihtti lea mu cealkkaoahppatente! Das maŋŋá lea dušše okta tente!

I'm so tired today! Tomorrow is my syntax exam. After this, there is only one exam (left)!
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