maybe more like 'mi pali e wan pi nimi tu pi toki pona.'jan Kapiwe wrote:Hello, guys! toki!
I have been working with two words combinations on TP.
mi pali e nimi tu ali pi toki pona.
maybe 'lon' "place" rather than 'nimi'. 'nimi ijo' is enough for '"noun", but remember, such categories are very permeable in tp, so just about any word can be a noun (ecxept 'o,li, e, la' and maybe a few other). Can't have 'e' in a noun phrase so 'nimi pi ante nimi' will do. Don't need 'pi' with 'nanpa' followed by a number. .I used every word that could be used as a noun, and as the second word, which is a modifier (adjective), any noun and more adjectives. Look at: http://paste.ubuntu.com/691987/
mi kepeken e nimi pi ijo mute lon nimi pi nanpa wan. mi kepeken e nimi pi ijo mute e nimi pi ante e nimi lon nimi pi nanpa tu.
Maybe some words are missing, and I also made the translations to English, too.
ken la pali mi li ike lili. sina ken lukin e ni lon toki Inli.
'nasin' for programs. Tp is NA, so 'Pesi Pisulo' or 'Pona Lukin'.Of course I didn't type all of that, some work that'd be! I used Visual Basic programming language. mi pali ala e ni kepeken luka mi tan ni: ni li kepeken e tenpo mute mute! mi kepeken e toki pali Pisulo Pesi.
Maybe there are some gramatical mistakes in this topic, in English and Toki Pona. If there are, please notice me.
ken la ike lili LI lon lipu ni [lon] Kepeken toki pona en toki Inli li lon (lonlonlonlon! XD). ona li lon la o toki tawa mi!
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