1. 2nd person singular goal, beneficiary, or experiencer 2SG.BEN221
temle ien ē tere jamārwakie mo rirōña hi alxien ñi riēn rā xō;He said to me: it was a surprising sight if you came to it suddenly.
tere jañūna janāra mo rirōña ē rā jāxīsse hūta pēxa ē rā jāxīsse tēsa pēxa;You saw complete straightness to the horizon far to the right and to the horizon far to the left.
sere āke jaxīra mo risāra kēñ;Do you hear that noise?
sere jatañēn to anmāe kēñ;Would you like some tea?
il jaliþa sere jālne cī;May today be happy for you!
ē hēja sere jacēla hi sere jakīñen cī;You should get the bowl if you want to.
sere majjārien mo ritākken cī;Give attention to the dancers.
sere jakīña ien ñi jatēnnīke ja pa liēr kēñ;You wish that we were joined in marriage?
temme ien pa ē matēnnīkōnēri ē matēnnīkōnēle ī le ancē ja sere jāo;He said to her: Your marriage partner and my marriage partner and me, too, have the ability to tell it to you.
ñamma jōrre ewaþ luhañen temme ke λi tānre ien sere jatañēn ien jāo kēñ;She stopped but Tānre continued to say to her: you like this?
sere jakewāla to macāppacāe sapīra jasūpa sakāca jaþāla nā;Beware the Cāppacāe its biting teeth, its many catching claws,
sere mo rirōña ien ñi mēli rāēlkie ānen jahēra;You saw people going south in a ship.
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