Ok, this is based on Struth's great idea of 'Sentence of the Week.' I just decided to rename it 'Mini-Lessons' for the hell of it.
I'm not going to go over pronunciation at this point (which might seem strange, but I want to see what activity level we get first). If you guys want a pronunciation guide just let me know!
The lay-out of this should be pretty self-explanatory, but just in case:
I'll post a sentence with a (literal) gloss of the sentence in English. And I might post some notes if I feel it necessary.
For the first few sentences we’ll start looking at some common items.Núhu’
(This is a piece of paper/This is a book.)
In this case the word wo3onóhóe
means both ’paper’ or ’book.’
Notice also that there is no ’is’ in the sentence.