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Tshitapam ma, piminueu namesha.

Look at him, he's cooking fish.

Tshitshissenimau a Pien?

Do you know Pien (Peter)?

Ishkutet anite aneu.

He's putting it on the fire.

Akua, ute pet itapu.

Watch out, he's looking this way.

Ui kaneu namesha.

He's trying to hide the fish.

Shuaush an?

Is it Shuaush (George)?

Eshe, nitshissenimau.

Yes, I know him.


It's making me hungry.

Tshinishtuapamau a Pien?

Do you know Pien (Peter)?

Mauat nin, shash nitshi mitshishun.

Not me, I've already eaten.

Eshe, eukuan Shuaush, nitshissitutuau an, Pien nenua ushima.

Yes, that's Shuaush (George), I remember him, he's Pien's (Peter's) younger brother.

Eukuan ne peikᵘ nuitsheuakan.

He's one of my friends.

Eshe, ninishtuapamau.

Yes, I know him.

Tshuapamau a ne napess?

Do you see that boy over there?

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