Earlier today, I tried to translate a simple sentence into Lakota, as an exercise.
I wanted to say "I went to the garage to pay my bill".
But the dictionary (the downloadable dictionary software by Lakota Language Consortium) doesn't say how you'd say "to go to do something".
So I got "iyéčhiŋkyaŋka oáphiye ektá blá" (I'm not even sure it's correct), but I wasn't able to find out how you'd say "...(in order) to pay my bill".
I'm looking for a comprehensive grammar of Lakota, since the dictionary alone doesn't explain everything. Do you know comprehensive grammars of Lakota ?
Philámayaye if you can help