mi tawa esun moku.
mi kama jo e moku.
mi lon linja pi pana mani.
meli li tawa weka tan esun.
poki mani pi jan meli li awen lon esun.
mi toki tawa meli.
mi lukin e poki tawa meli.
meli li toki e pona tawa mi.
mama meli mi
tenpo esun tu pini la mama meli mi li jo e ike sijelo.
mama meli mi li ken ala kon.
mama meli mi li tawa tomo pi pona sijelo.
jan pi pona sijelo li lon insa ilo e mama meli mi.
ilo li lukin e insa pi mama meli mi.
mama meli mi li jo e ike sijelo Numonija.
jan pi pona sijelo li pana e sike lili pona tawa mama meli mi.
tenpo ni la mama meli mi li pilin pona.
mama meli mi li tawa weka tan tomo pi pona sijelo.
mi lon kulupu toki pali.
mi anpa e monsi mi lon supa.
mi mute li toki pi pali pini.
mi wile tawa ma ante.
tomo kulupu li pimeja.
mi wile lape.
Comments / proof reading please.
Can inanimate tools/machines 'see' things in toki pona? Or do the doctors see things using a medical tool?
Translation below. Thanks.
I went to the supermarket.
I got food.
I was in the checkout line.
A woman left the store.
Her pocket book remained in the store.
I called to the woman.
I showed the pocket book to the woman.
The woman thanked me.
Two weeks ago my mother was sick.
My mother could not breathe.
My mother went to the hospital.
The doctors put my mother inside a machine.
The machine examined my mother.
My mother had pneumonia.
The doctors gave pills to my mother.
Now my mother is feeling well.
My mother left the hospital.
I am at a work meeting.
I am sitting in a chair.
We talk about completed work.
I want to go to another place.
The meeting room is dark.
I want to sleep.