jan Sonja li pini e lipu pi toki pona. o lukin!
jan suli mute pi tan kulupu pi toki pona li lukin li pona e ona. sina pilin e seme? sina kama ala kama jo e lipu?
As for myself, I'm really happy that the tp community finally has a truly canonical source to refer to. Some interesting observations from looking at the preview on Amazon:mi o moku e ijo pona. I should eat good things.
is used in the first person in a manner similar to the jussive -u
in Esperanto. I found two examples in Pije with mi mute o
where it was translated as let's
, but I don't think I've seen singular mi o
before.jan sona pi toki pona li pu lon tenpo mute. The scholar of Toki Pona consults the official book many times.mama mije li pu mute. Fathers use the Toki Pona book a lot.
So apparently pu
is a thing now, and it just means consult the Toki Pona book
That's kind of random, and a bit disappointing IMO.
is officially a number again (5
now is the numeral for 20
. (Yeah, it seems that ali
was made obsolete.)mi toki lon toki pona. I speak in Toki Pona.
!toki nanpa wan. First language.
Only three pages each for pi
seems a bit too superficial IMO, but I'm hoping that the questions that are not answered directly in the grammar sections can be inferred indirectly from the provided texts.