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Chapter Eleven - Outline

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Vocabulary Words

a

my

chukowa     

to enter

chi

your

ipeta

to feed

i

his/her/its          

hokli

to catch

υlla nakni

boy

isht

with

lυcha

wet

nan ola

radio

pillashash     

yesterday

This set of possessive pronouns (um, chim, im words) the m-form are used before words that begin with a vowel.

Model 1

a)

A shυlυsh υt lυcha.

a)

My shoes are wet.

b)

A chukka yυt tohbi.

b)

My house is white

c)

Ikhυnanchi yυt a takkon υpa tuk.         

c)

The teacher ate my apple.

d)

A towa lakna ishi tuk.

d)

(He) had my yellow ball.

Model 2

a)

Chi katos υt hushi hokli tuk.

a)

Your cat caught a bird.

b)

Chi nan ola yυt iskitini.

b)

Your radio is small.

c)

Ulla nakni mυt chi shυpo bυnna.         

c)

That boy wants your hat.

d)

Chi tυmaha ia tuk.

d)

(She) went to your town.

Model 3

a)

I holisso apisa yυt a chukka bilika.        

a)

His school is near my house.

b)

I shukcha yυt abinili pakna ittonla.

b)

(Her) purse is lying on the chair.

c)

Hushi yυt i chukka chukowa tuk.

c)

The bird entered its house.

d)

I wak ipeta tuk.

d)

(He) fed his cow.

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