Kuti wrote:mi toki e Kanse en Inli. mi sona ala e Tosi.
en can only be used for subjects, complements of prepositions, etc. It can't join the head words in e phrases or li phrases.
mi en soweli mi li toki kepeken toki mu. My cat and I speak in meows.
tomo mute mi li lon poka kasi suli en nasin kalama. My house is by a tree and a noisy street.
mi lukin e soweli pi pimeja en walo. I saw a panda. (joining adjectives is okay in e phrases, in my opinion)
mi li pali li pali. I worked and worked.
Kuti wrote:mi tawa sona e toki pona.
for intention you'd use wile, for future tense you'd use tempo kama la
tempo kama la mi kama sona e toki pona. I'm studying toki pona tomorrow.
mi wile sona e toki pona. I want to/intend to/have to know toki pona.
Context does a poor job of distinguishing the various meanings of wile. I'm not sure how to phrase it to for a reading of "intend to" when it's equal plausible by context to read "want to" "have to"