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hannali
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Vocabulary & Model sentences


Vocabulary Words

hυshi kanυlli hour/time/o'clock                      onna next day
himak ninak tonight onnahinli morning
ninak iklυnna            midnight okkia evening
ninak night tabokoli noon
okhlilika dark/darkness himak nittak today
shohbi all day/till night ninak hopaki            late at night
tani arise okcha na to be awake
-ash/kash past time marker -kma future time marker


Model Sentences

Model 1

a) Himak ninak a aki yυt υla chi. a) My father will arive tonight.
b) Onnahinlikma tυmaha ia chi. b) (He) will go to town in the morning.
c) Tabokoli kash ish impa tuk o?                           c) Did you eat at noon?
d) Okkiakma impa la chi. d) I will eat this evening.


Model 2

a) Ninakash sυshki yυt ilefoka achefa tuk.             a) Mom washed clothes last night.
b) Ninak iklυnna nusi tuk. b) She slept at midnight.
c) Ninak hopaki kash si abeka tuk. c) I was sick late last night.
d) Himak nittak a alikchi pisa la chi. d) I will see the doctor today.


Model 3

a) Hυshi kanυlli hannali ish tani ho? a) Do you arise at six o'clock?
b) Hυshi kanυlli katohmi ho ish nusi?                    b) How many hours do you sleep?
c) Okhlilikakma nusa chi. c) He will sleep when it's dark.
d) Okcha na shohbi. d) She has been awake all day.


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