kama pona tawa toki pona
sina jan Ana. taso nimi sina li jan ala Ana tan ni: nimi li jan ala. nimi sina li nimi 'Ana'.
notes: 'nimi mi LI jan' every tp sentence goes Subject li Predicate (except if the subject is 'sina' or 'mi' alone).
'en' does not occur between sentences, so 'toki! nimi mi LI jan Ana. mi wile sona suli pona e toki pona.'
Not sure what 'sona suli pona' is to mean, if "very well" then 'sona pi pona mute', if 'well enoihg" then 'sona pi suli pona' or so.
'jan ali O, toki' vocative first, followed by 'o'.
nouns before adjectives, generally exactly the reverse of English, so 'tenpo suno ni LA' 'la' separate consitions (like time) from sentence.
'sona E toki pona' direct object (what something is done to) set off by 'e'.
subject and directobject of 'olin' must be sentient, as languages are not. say "I like it a lot" or so, which is "It is very good to me": 'toki pona li pona mute tawa mi'
'toki pona mi li ike' Subj li Predicate, noun-adjective
'kepeken' is "with" for tools and other means, accompaniment and general interaction is 'poka'. 'pi' must be followed by at least two words, so altogehter 'mi wile toki poka sina ali'.
Impertaive starts with 'o', "talk with" as above: 'o toki poka mi'
'seme li nimi sina?' mi jan Kipo
'seme li ni ali'? What is all this? ?
tenpo suno pona! tawa sina kin!