Toki pona lessons in spanish twitter style

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Toki pona lessons in spanish twitter style

Postby janMato » Wed Feb 23, 2011 2:08 pm

Naikodemus has been tweeting a lesson set for toki pona, in Spanish for the last few months. I manually compiled a copy of them here, so I might have missed one or two. At the bottom is a sorry excuse for machine translation into English.

http://twitter.com/naikodemus

From Oct 2010 to Feb 2011
#tokipona; "ala" niega la palabra anterior ; mi musi ala=no me estoy divirtiendo ; mi sona ala=no sé ; jan ala=nadie.
#tokipona; "sama" como sustantivo es "igualdad" y como adjetivo es "igual" ; meli li wile e sama=las mujeres quieren igualdad.
#tokipona; "sama" como prep. es "como": jan ni li sama mi=esa persona es como yo; len mi li sama len sina=mi ropa es como la tuya.
#tokipona; "lon" como prep. es "en": ona li musi lon ma=ella se divierte en el campo; mi wile moli lon telo suli=me gustaría morir en el mar
#tokipona; "lon" como preposición es "en": suno li lon sewi=el sol está en el cielo ; jan lili lon tomo sona=los niños están en la escuela.
#tokipona; "lon" como verbo es "estar presente", "existir" ; mi lon=estoy presente, existo, estoy vivo ; jan mute li lon=hay mucha gente.
#tokipona; vocabulario: ma=campo, país, lugar abierto ; sewi=alto, sagrado, cielo, arriba ; len=ropa ; meli=mujer ; mije=hombre.
#tokipona; vocabulario: musi=diversión, divertido, divertirse ; sona=conocimiento, saber, entender ; toki=hablar, decir, lenguaje.
#tokipona; El orden importa. mi {(lukin) pona} = veo bien ; mi {(pona) lukin} = soy guapo/a.
#tokipona; El orden importa. {(jan utala) pona} ni=este buen guerrero ; (jan pona) utala=un amigo guerrero.
#tokipona; El orden importa. (jan utala) pona = un guerrero bueno ; {(jan utala) pona} mute = muchos guerreros buenos.
#tokipona; El orden importa. El significado de las palabras compuestas se obtiene agrupando de izquierda a derecha. jan utala = un guerrero.
#tokipona; mi wile mute lukin e sina = tengo muchas ganas de verte ; jan nasa li wile moli! = ¡los locos quieren morir!
#tokipona; ona li wile mute e ni = él quiere mucho eso ; ona li wile e tomo = ella quiere tener una casa.
#tokipona; mi wile e moku = quiero comida ; mi wile moku e telo = tengo sed/quiero agua (quiero comer líquido).
#tokipona; "wile" puede usar como un verbo cualquiera o al lado de otro verbo. mi wile moku = quiero comer.
#tokipona; jan ni lukin e mi e sina = esa persona nos mira a ti y a mi.
#tokipona; mi lukin e suno e mun = veo al sol y a la luna.
#tokipona; sina moku e kili ike e telo jaki = estás comiendo fruta podrida y agua sucia (tú comida, fruta mala, agua sucia/basura).
#tokipona; "e" enlaza varios objetos direc.: mi olin e sina e ona = te amo a ti y a él/ella ; mi lukin e suno e mun = veo al sol y a la luna
#tokipona; jan ni li pona lukin = esa persona es bella (esa persona es buena visualmente); sina ike lukin = eres feo/a (mala visualmente)
#tokipona; pipi li moku e ona = le mordió un insecto (un insecto morder a él/ella) ; ko jaki = heces (cosa blanda y pastosa + asquerosa).
#tokipona; jan lili li wile e telo kili = los niños quieren zumo de frutas (las personas pequeñas quieren líquido de la fruta).
#tokipona; mi pona e tomo mi = estoy arreglando mi casa (yo buena 'hago' espacio cerrado mío).
#tokipona; las palabras representan ideas muy amplias. Mi telo e mi=me estoy bañando (yo agua/líquido a mi).
#tokipona; ko=cosa pastosa y blanda ; ni=este/a, ese/a ; mun=luna.
#tokipona; luki=ver ; wile=querer, desear, necesitar, deber ; jaki=sucio, desagradable, basura ; tomo=casa, edificio, lugar cerrado.
#tokipona; mi mute li moli=moriremos ; sina ike mute=eres muy mala ; ike!=¡qué mal/lástima! ; pona!=¡bien!¡yupi!
#tokipona; sina jan lili=eres un niño ; jan suli li moku e telo nasa=los adultos toman alcohol ; mi jo e jan olin=tengo novio/a.
#tokipona; mi nasa= estoy loco ; mi olin e sina=te amo ; jan utala li utala e ona li moli e ona=el guerrero peleó con ella y la mató.
#tokipona; jan nasa li jo e ilo utala li moli e jan lili = el loco tienen un arma y mató al niño.
#tokipona; suno li suli li pona=el sol es grande y bueno ; pipi li moku e kili li unpa=el insecto se come la fruta y tiene sexo.
#tokipona; sina suli li ike=eres grande y malo ; ona li pona li suli li nasa=él es bueno y gordo y loco.
#tokipona; un sujeto, pero varias "acciones" o "descripciones": {sujeto distinto de mi o sina} + li + {algo} + li + {algo} + …
#tokipona; un sujeto, pero varias "acciones" o "descripciones": {mi,sina} + {algo} + li + {algo} + li + {algo} + …
#tokipona; no hay plural: pipi=insecto/insectos ; ilo=herramienta/herramientas ; jan=persona/personas ; kili=fruta/frutas.
#tokipona; telo nasa=bebida alcohólica (agua loca) ; mi mute=nosotros (muchos-yo) ; ona mute=ellos/as.
#tokipona: jan pona=amigo ; jan utala=guerrero ; jan unpa=amante, prostituto/a ; jan olin=novio/a ; jan suli=adulto ; jan lili=niño.
#tokipona: Muchas ideas se expresan con 2 o mas palabras. ilo moku=instrumento para comer (tenedor, cuchara); ilo utala=arma ;
#tokipona; olin=amar,amor ; mute=mucho,muy ; sina olin nasa mute e mi ; tú {[(amas) locamente] mucho} a mi ≈ tú me amas muy alocadamente.
#tokipona; telo=agua,líquido ; suno=sol,luz ; unpa=sexo,tener sexo ; ike=malo,complicado ; utala=guerra,pelear ; nasa=tonto,loco,raro.
#tokipona; posesivos: moku mi= comida mía; pipi sina=insecto tuyo; ilo jan=herramienta de alguien; mi jo e ilo sina=yo tengo tu herramienta
#tokipona; tiempos verbales: mi pona » "yo soy bueno" o "yo fui bueno" o "yo seré bueno".
#tokipona: «e» indica que lo que precede es el verbo, y lo que sigue recibe la acción. Mi moku lili e kili=yo mordisqueo la fruta.
#tokipona; ka principal función de «li» es indicar que lo que va antes es el sujeto. kili li pona = la fruta es buena
#tokipona; no existe el verbo ser/estar. "li" y "e" no significan nada por sí solas. Le dan estructura a la oración.
#tokipona; frases ejemplo: mi jo e kili=yo tengo una fruta [yo tener fruta] :: ona li pona=es buena [ella ser-buena]
#tokipona; si pones 2 palabras juntas, la 2ª describe a la 1ª: moku pona=comida buena, jan ili=persona pequeña, jan suli=persona grande.
#tokipona; jo=tener, lili=pequeño/poco, suli=grande, importante, jan=persona, moli=matar/morir/muerte, ilo=herramienta, ijo=cosa/algo
#tokipona; lo que recibe la acción lleva una 'e' antes: mi moku e kili=yo como una fruta / pipi li moku e moku=el insecto come comida
#tokipona; {sujeto ≠ 'mi' o 'sina'}+{li}+{algo}: ona li pona=el/ella es bueno/a. Kili li moku= la fruta es comida.
#tokipona; estructura: {mi, sina}+{algo}: mi pona=soy bueno/simple. sina moku=tú comes.


A depressing google translation of the above. So close yet so far.
# Tokipona; "wing it" denies the previous word, my musical wing = I'm having fun, my wing person I know = no; jan wing = no.
# Tokipona, "sama" as a noun is "equality" and as an adjective is "equal" meli li wile e sama = women want equality.
# Tokipona, "sama" as a prep. is "like" jan sama mi = li or that person is like me my li sama len = len sina my clothes are like yours.
# Tokipona, "lon" as a prep. is "in" musi ona li lon ma = she has fun in the field, my wile moli telo suli lon = I would die at sea
# Tokipona, "lon" as a preposition is "in" sewi suno li lon = the sun is in heaven took sona jan lili lon = kids are in school.
# Tokipona, "lon" as a verb is "be present", "exist", my lon = I am present, I am, I'm alive, jan mute li lon = crowded.
# Tokipona; vocabulary: ma = field, country, open space; sewi = high, sacred, sky above, len = clothes meli = female; Mije = male.
# Tokipona; vocabulary: musi = fun, fun, fun, person = knowledge, wisdom, understanding, toki = speak, say, language.
# Tokipona; The order matters. I {(lukin) pona} = look good, my {(pona) lukin} ='m cute / a.
# Tokipona; The order matters. {(Jan Utal)} ni = pona this great warrior, (jan pona) Utal = a warrior friend.
# Tokipona; The order matters. (Jan Utal) pona = a good warrior, {(jan Utal)} pona mute = many good warriors.
# Tokipona; The order matters. The meaning of compound words made up by uniting left and right. jan Utal = a warrior.
# Tokipona, my wile lukin e sina mute = I have really wanted to see; jan li wile moli nasa! = Fools want to die!
# Tokipona; ona mute li wile e ni = he loves it; ona li wile e volume = she wants to have a house.
# Tokipona, my wile e moku = want food, my wile moku e telo = I have thirst / I want some water (I eat liquid).
# Tokipona, "wile" can be used as a verb or alongside any other verb. my wile moku = I want to eat.
# Tokipona; jan or my e sina lukin e = that person will look at you and me.
# Tokipona, my world lukin e suno e = I see the sun and moon.
# Tokipona; sina moku e telo kili ike and Jaki ='re eating rotten fruit and dirty water (you food, fruit bad, dirty water / garbage).
# Tokipona, "e" refers to several objects directly.: Mi olin e sina e ona = I love you you and him / her, my world lukin e suno e = I see the sun and the moon
# Tokipona; jan and li pona lukin = that person is beautiful (that person is a good visual) = sina ike lukin are ugly / a (bad visual)
# Tokipona; pipi li moku e ona = I was bitten by a bug (an insect bite him / her), ko Jaki = feces (something soft and pasty + foul).
# Tokipona; jan lili li wile e telo kili = children want fruit juice (the little people like liquid fruit).
# Tokipona, my pona and take my ='m fixing my house (I good 'do' enclosed space mine.)
# Tokipona, the words represent very broad ideas. My telo e mi = I am taking a bath (I water / liquid to me.)
# Tokipona; ko = something thick and soft, ni = this home, that / a; world = Moon.
# Tokipona; luki = view; wile = want, desire, need, duty, Jaki = dirty, nasty, garbage volume = house, building, enclosure.
# Tokipona, my mute li moli = die; sina ike mute = are very bad; ike! = What a bad / sorry! ; Pona! = Good! Yay!
# Tokipona; sina jan lili ='re a kid, jan suli li moku e telo nasa = adults drink alcohol, my jo e jan olin = I have a boyfriend / a.
# Tokipona, my pot ='m crazy, my olin e sina = I love you, jan li Utal Utal e ona ona li moli e = the warrior fought with her and killed her.
# Tokipona; jan li jo e ilo nasa Utal li moli e jan lili = the nuts have a gun and killed the child.
# Tokipona; suno li suli li pona = the sun is great and good, pipi li moku e kili li UNPA = the insect eats the fruit and have sex.
# Tokipona; sina suli li ike ='re big and bad; ona li suli li nasa pona li = he is good and big and crazy.
# Tokipona; a subject, but several "actions" or "description": {subject other than me or sina li +} + + {something} {something} li + + ...
# Tokipona; a subject, but several "actions" or "description": {me, sina} + {something} + + li + li {something} {something} + + ...
# Tokipona, there is no plural: pipi = bug / insect yl = tool / tools; jan = person / people; kili = fruit / fruit.
# Tokipona; telo nasa = alcohol (crazy water), my mute = us (many-I) ona mute = these groups.
# Tokipona: jan pona = friend jan Utal = warrior = jan UNPA lover, prostitute / a, jan olin = boyfriend / girlfriend; jan suli = adult; jan lili = child.
# Tokipona: Many ideas are expressed with 2 or more words. ilo moku = instrument for eating (fork, spoon); yl Utal = weapon;
# Tokipona; olin = love, love, mute = very, very, sina olin nasa mute and me, you {[(love) crazy]} my ≈ much you love me too wildly.
# Tokipona, telo = water, liquid suno = sun, light, UNPA = sex, sex, ike = bad, complicated Utal = war, fighting, nasa = stupid, crazy, weird.
# Tokipona; possessive: my = food moku mine, pipi sina = insect yours jan ilo = tool of someone, my jo e ilo sina = I have your tool
# Tokipona; tenses: mi pona "" I'm good "or" I was good "or" I'll be good. "
# Tokipona: 'e' indicates that what precedes the verb, and what is receiving the action. My moku lili e kili = I nibble the fruit.
# Tokipona; ka main function of "li" is to indicate that what comes before the subject. kili li pona = fruit is good
# Tokipona, there is no verb to be. "Li" and "e" does not mean anything by themselves. Give structure to prayer.
# Tokipona, phrases such as: my jo e kili = I have a fruit [I have fruit]:: ona li pona = good [she be-good]
# Tokipona, if you put 2 words together, the 2 nd describes the 1 st: moku pona = good food = small person ili jan, jan suli = big person.
# Tokipona; jo = take, lili = small / little, suli = large, important, jan = person moli = kill / die / death, yl = tool, IJO = thing / something
# Tokipona, what receives the action has an 'e' before: mi moku e kili = I like a fruit / pipi li moku e moku = insect eats the food
# Tokipona; {subject ≠ 'my' or 'resin'} + {li} + {something}: ona li pona = he / she is good / a. Kili li moku = fruit is eaten.
# Tokipona; structure {I, sina} + {something}: mi pona ='m good / simple. sina moku = you eat.

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Re: Toki pona lessons in spanish twitter style

Postby Tomaniki » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:46 pm

Hube estudiado español por seis años en la escuela secondaria.
I had studied Spanish for six years in middle and high school.

Permitánme traducir cualquier frases que Google no podía.
Allow me to translate whichever phrases Google could not.

#tokipona; "ala" negates the previous word ; mi musi ala=I am not having fun ; mi sona ala=I do not know ; jan ala=nobody.
# Tokipona, "sama" as a noun is "equality" and as an adjective is "equal" meli li wile e sama = women want equality.
# Tokipona, "sama" as a prep. is "like": jan ni li sama mi=that person is like me; len mi li sama len sina=my clothes are like yours.
# Tokipona, "lon" as a prep. is "in" musi ona li lon ma = she has fun in the countryside, mi wile moli telo suli lon = I would like to die at sea
# Tokipona, "lon" as a preposition is "in" sewi suno li lon = the sun is in the sky ; jan lili lon tomo sona=kids are in school.
# Tokipona, "lon" as a verb is "be present", "exist", my lon = I am present, I am, I'm alive, jan mute li lon = There are many people.
# Tokipona; vocabulary: ma = field, country, open space; sewi = high, sacred, sky above, len = clothes meli = woman; Mije = man.
# Tokipona; vocabulary: musi = diversion, fun, to have fun ; sona= knowledge, wisdom, understanding, toki = speak, say, language.
# Tokipona; The order matters. mi {(lukin) pona} = I see well ; mi {(pona) lukin} = I am handsome/beautiful.
# Tokipona; The order matters. {(jan utala) pona} ni= that good warrior ; (jan pona) utala=a warring friend.
# Tokipona; The order matters. (Jan Utal) pona = a good warrior, {(jan Utal)} pona mute = many good warriors.
# Tokipona; The order matters. The meaning of compound words made up by uniting left and right. jan Utal = a warrior.
# Tokipona, my wile lukin e sina mute = I really want to see you; jan li wile moli nasa! = The crazy want to die!
# Tokipona; ona mute li wile e ni = He wants that a lot; ona li wile e volume = she wants to have a house.
# Tokipona, mi wile e moku=I want food, mi wile moku e telo = I am thirsty / I want water (I want to eat liquid).
# Tokipona, "wile" can be used as a verb or alongside any other verb. my wile moku = I want to eat.
# Tokipona; jan or my e sina lukin e = that person will look at you and me.
# Tokipona, my world lukin e suno e = I see the sun and moon.
# Tokipona; sina moku e telo kili ike and Jaki =You're eating rotten fruit and dirty water (you food, fruit bad, dirty water / garbage).
# Tokipona, "e" refers to several objects directly.: Mi olin e sina e ona = I love you you and him / her, mi lukin e suno e mun = I see the sun and the moon
# Tokipona; jan and li pona lukin = that person is beautiful (that person is good visually) = sina ike lukin = you are ugly (bad visually)
# Tokipona; pipi li moku e ona = I was bitten by a bug (an insect bite him / her), ko Jaki = feces (something soft and pasty + foul).
# Tokipona; jan lili li wile e telo kili = children want fruit juice (the little people like liquid fruit).
# Tokipona, [i]mi pona e tomo mi =I[/b]'m fixing up my house (I good 'do' enclosed space mine.)
# Tokipona, the words represent very broad ideas. My telo e mi = I am taking a bath (I water / liquid to me.)
# Tokipona; ko = something thick and soft, ni=this, that ; mun=moon.
# Tokipona; luki = view; wile = want, desire, need, duty, Jaki = dirty, nasty, garbage tomo = house, building, enclosure.
#tokipona; mi mute li moli=we die ; sina ike mute=you are very bad ; ike!=how bad/what a shame! ; pona!=good! yay!
# Tokipona; sina jan lili =You're a kid, jan suli li moku e telo nasa = adults drink alcohol, mi jo e jan olin = I have a boyfriend / girlfriend.
# Tokipona, mi nasa= I'm crazy, mi olin e sina = I love you ; jan utala li utala e ona li moli e ona=The warrior fought with her and killed her.
#tokipona; jan nasa li jo e ilo utala li moli e jan lili = The crazy person (person is implied) has a weapon and killed the child.

# Tokipona; suno li suli li pona = the sun is great and good, pipi li moku e kili li UNPA = the insect eats the fruit and has sex.
# Tokipona; sina suli li ike =You're big and bad; ona li suli li nasa pona li = he is good and fat and crazy.
# Tokipona; a subject, but several "actions" or "description": {subject other than mi or sina} + li + {something} + li + {something} + …
# Tokipona; a subject, but several "actions" or "description": {mi,sina} + {something} + li + {something} + li + {something} + …
# Tokipona, there is no plural: pipi = insect / insects ; ilo= tool / tools; jan = person / people; kili = fruit / fruit.
# Tokipona; telo nasa = alcohol (crazy water), mi mute = us (many of me) ona mute = them
# Tokipona: jan pona = friend jan Utal = warrior = jan UNPA lover, prostitute / a, jan olin = boyfriend / girlfriend; jan suli = adult; jan lili = child.
# Tokipona: Many ideas are expressed with 2 or more words. ilo moku = instrument for eating (fork, spoon); yl Utal = weapon;
# Tokipona; olin = to love, love, mute = much/many/very, sina olin nasa mute e mi, you {[(love) crazy]} me ≈ much you love me too wildly.
# Tokipona, telo = water, liquid suno = sun, light, UNPA = sex, to have sex, ike = bad, complicated Utal = war, fighting, nasa = dumb, crazy, rare.
# Tokipona; possessive: moku mi= my food; pipi sina=your insect; ilo jan=someone's tool; mi jo e ilo sina=I have your tool.
#tokipona; verb tenses: mi pona » "I am good" or "I was good" or "I will be good".

# Tokipona: 'e' indicates that what precedes the verb, and what is receiving the action. My moku lili e kili = I nibble the fruit.
# Tokipona; ka main function of "li" is to indicate that what comes before the subject. kili li pona = the fruit is good
# Tokipona, the verb to be does not exist. "Li" and "e" don't mean anything alone. They give structure to the oration.
# Tokipona, phrases such as: mi jo e kili = I have a fruit [I to have fruit]:: ona li pona = it is good [she be-good]
# Tokipona, if you put 2 words together, the 2 nd describes the 1 st: moku pona = good food jan ili= small person, jan suli = big person.
# Tokipona; jo = take, lili = small / little, suli = large, important, jan = person moli = kill / die / death, yl = tool, IJO = thing / something
# Tokipona, that which receives the action has an 'e' before: mi moku e kili = I like a fruit / pipi li moku e moku =the insect eats the food
# Tokipona; {subject ≠ 'mi' or 'sina'} + {li} + {something}: ona li pona = he / she is good / a. Kili li moku = fruit is food.
# Tokipona; structure {mi, sina} + {something}: mi pona =I'm good / simple. sina moku = you eat.
The bold marks are my attempts to fix the translations due to Google translate, using my own adequate knowledge of Spanish. It seems it got confused in some places and tried to translate Toki Pona as if they were Spanish words. Also, symbols like the equal sign or brackets seemed to confuse it as well.


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