DISCLAIMER: As I have said before, I am not going to "teach" anything here. I strongly suggest that if you are interested in learning Greenlandic you get some of the materials listed in the other topic.
This is the first topic on basic patterns and structures of Greenlandic.
To express the character or nature of a certain thing or person, you mostly use "attribute verbs", which are like an adjective + is
mikivoq = something is small.
qimmeq = dog
qimmeq mikivoq = the dog is small.
Easy, isn't it?
Now, if you want to put this as a question, the ending of the attribute verb changes:
qimmeq mikiva? = is the dog small?
You can answer with:
suu = yes
naa(mik) = no
How to say that the dog is not small will be in another lesson
But we can try plural:
qimmit mikipput = the dogs are small.
You see that the ending of the attribute verb changes from -voq to -pput.
For the plural question form it changes to -ppat:
qimmit mikippat? = are the dogs small?
Right, that's it for now
There are some nouns and attribute verbs in the word box, so we can practice a bit. How about inventing some more sentences? You can also write some in English and someone else can then try to translate them.