ego wrote:Mipela hamamas tru long lukim yu long dispela forum clint. Mi bin lainim Tok Pisin long sampela wik. Nau mi no lainim Tok Pisin bilong wanem mi no hevim taim.. tasol mi laik no lusim em. Mi hop yu bai laikim UniLang. Lukim yu bihain
No problems.. I'm just as greatful to have found this forum.toksave wrote:clint, i am very thankful that you came to unilang, i've been looking for someone who knows tok pisin for quite some time now, feel free to correct me with whatever you find wrong. tenkiu tru, niupela poroman bilong mipela.
sapos mi no inap statim niupela lesson, bai inap yu nap traim? nau mi tu nogat taim long wokim lesson na bai mi winim skul dispela yia olsem na mi mas wok long pisinim olgeta samting long dispela muntoksave wrote:sapos mi noken statim niupela lesson, inap yu traim en? nau mi tu nogat taim long wokim lesson na mi winim skul dispela yia na mi pinisim olgeta samting olsem mi mas wokim long dispela mun.
Erm.. Olsem.. It's a hard word to give a definite equivalent that portrays the same meaning..toksave wrote:clint, thank you very much, its those little details that i keep forgeting to add. i have noticed that tok pisin has a lot of combination of words to express something. as for this "olsem" word, is it treated as both "that" and "same"????
Sorry went on a little xmas/new years week break.toksave wrote:clint, thank you that was very helpful.
i was wondering if in verbs like "to go" and "to have" go and gat, do they also end with "-im" when followed by the object? and do they use "hevim" in tok pisin at all?
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