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Nin an nitush.

It's my canoe.

Eshe, tshuapaten a?

Yes, do you see it?

Aishkat put tshika tshi mishken.

You'll probably be able it find it later.

Nete a takuan tshitsh?

Is your house over there?

Nitshit anite tau.

It's in my house.

Ush nuapaten.

I see a canoe.

Tshika uapaten mate.

Well then, wait and see.

Aishkat put tshipa tshi mishken.

You'll probably be able it find it later.

Mauat, nui tshituten.

No, I want to leave.

Mauat, nui tshituten. Nui natshi-natutikueu.

No, I want to leave. I want to go caribou hunting.

Mukᵘ eshkᵘ mishta-katakᵘ tauat atikuat.

But the caribou are still very far away.

Uapaki atiku-uiash tshika kanueniten.

Tomorrow you'll have caribou meat.

Tshui mitshishun a, Puniss?

Do you want to eat, Puniss?

Nui natshi-natautikuen.

I want to go caribou hunting.

Tshitaputeu nete mamit.

It's drifting off downstream.

Nitshit nete tau.

It's in my house.

Tanite etat apui?

Where is the paddle?

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