janMato wrote:jan Sæbjörn*
* [color=#400000]soweli suli pi ma lete pi telo suli ... which so far is both northern whale and sea bear. Oh well. sina jan pi ma Islan? nimi sina li nimi pi toki Islan.
saebjorn wrote:ni li ike mute. jan Mato o, sina toki e nimi mute ike ni tan seme?! toki pona li moli la sina pilin ala e pona anu seme?
saebjorn wrote:taso mi pilin e ni: sina no pilin ike tan toki Bo li ala.
saebjorn wrote:nimi ni li pona tawa mi. mi kama jo e sona pi ona lon http://www.thequarter.org/Media/VikingName.php
saebjorn wrote:mi lukin e ona tan ni: tomo sona mi li toki "o lukin e ni" tawa mi.
"kama jo e sona" means "to come to have a knowledge". The problem is: how can one possess a knowledge? It's not a thing. If we do not use: "mi jo e sona", then we shouldn't use "mi kama jo e sona".jan Josan wrote:often you will see "kama sona" but I suppose "kama jo e sona" is just as valid.
would work much better....la sina pilin pona ala pona?
I didn't know that at all. Thanks:DIn tp you have to do "this knowledge" rather that "knowledge of it".
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