Ainu itak=an no!
I'm kind of tempted to maybe start an Ainu study group with you, if you're interested.
Ainu speak us let’s!
Ghost edit- no
is the participle for “let us..” so Soy unukar=an no
means “again meet us let’s”. Apparently the resource I got Soy unukaran no
from is one that doesn’t use =
to show addition to verbs like Noir did in the guide here. So, I need to remember that. Also, time goes first, then subject, unless it is a pronoun which gets attached to verbs instead, and then participles (like rusuy, ne, etc
edit 2- also, ku=, e=
( I, you)goes in front where =an
(we) goes at the end. There is no equivalent for 3rd person singular (that I know of and the unilang guide seems to indicate so)
Edit 3- character of the day- no ノ