Levike wrote:~jakip wrote:2. Iou lovitti bistest.
3. Lur consette un canė.
4. Kest essit tu autom'.
Where does "bistest" and "conset" come from?
What's the apostrophe at the end of "autom"?
"bist" comes from German "you are". Yeah, I changed the meaning because I liked how the word sounded but I had already made up the present tense of " to be".
Conset (past of cons-it) is from Italian "consegnare" that means "to deliver".
The apostrophe is to sign the abbreviation of "automobis".