toki! mi jan Aten.

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toki! mi jan Aten.

Postby jan Aten » Fri Jun 10, 2016 1:52 am

toki! mi jan Aten (Arden). tomo mi weka ala tan ma tomo Sanpansiko pi ma Kaliponija.

kalama musi pi ma Nijon li pona tawa mi. mi kama sona e toki Nijon. taso sona mi li ike kin.

toki Kuwenja en toki Sintalin en toki ante pi jan Tokin li pona tawa mi.

jan li sitelen e lipu kepeken toki Epelanto anu toki Olapi anu toki sama. jan li pana e lipu ni tawa jan weka. mi alasa e lipu mute ni. sitelen li lon ni: http://home.earthlink.net/~erilaz/potakad.html

tenpo pini lili la mi open kama sona e toki pona. toki mi li pona ala pona?

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Re: toki! mi jan Aten.

Postby janKipo » Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:33 am

jan Aten o, kama pona tawa toki pona!
pona taso 'tomo mi li weka ala'

mi pana e pona, tawa sina, tawa lipu pi lipu pana.

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Re: toki! mi jan Aten.

Postby jan Aten » Fri Jun 10, 2016 11:22 pm

pona!

janKipo wrote:pona taso 'tomo mi li weka ala'

pakala li seme? mi sona ala.

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Re: toki! mi jan Aten.

Postby janKipo » Sat Jun 11, 2016 7:46 am

need 'li' to separate subject (tomo mi) from predicate {weka...). true for all tp sentences (except ones with subject 'mi'. 'sina' and 'o')

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Re: toki! mi jan Aten.

Postby jan Aten » Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:32 pm

lawa mi li pakala! :oops:

The omission of "li" was a stupid omission on my part; I know better than that. (I got it right in "taso sona mi li ike kin.") But when you wrote, "pona taso 'tomo mi li weka ala'", I thought you were quoting my error rather than correcting it. That's what puzzled me, since I saw nothing wrong with "tomo mi li weka ala"!


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