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Nete Ekuanitshit nutshipan.

I'm from Ekuanitshit.

Ekᵘ tshin, tshekuan etutamin? Tan eshinikashuin? Tan etatupipuneshin tshin?

And you, what do you do? What's your name? How old are you?

Apu shukᵘ mishta-minupanian, nitakushin.

I'm not doing very well, I'm sick.

Nasht apu tshekuan tutaman.

I'm not doing anything at all.

Anutshish, nishunnu ashu nishtᵘ nissi-pishimᵘ, peikunnu ashu nishuasht ka itashtet mishta-atshitashun.

Today is May twenty-third of the year two thousand seventeen.

Iame uenapissish! Nin, Ani.

See you soon! I'm Annie.

Nitinniuti neme nishunnu ashu peikushteu uashtessiu-pishimᵘ, patetat-tatunnu ashu nishtᵘ ka itashtet mishta-atshitashun.

I was born on October twenty-ninth of the year nineteen fifty-three.

Nitshiuen! Nika tshiuen, nika ashteieshkushin.

I'm going home! I'm going to leave, I'm going to have a rest.

Nineunnuepipuneshin ashu nishuaush.

I'm forty-eight years old.

Kuei nuitsheuakanat,

Hello my friends,

Ani nitishinikashun.

My name is Annie.

Nitshishkutamatshen. Nikatshishkutamatsheshiun. Innu-aimun nitshishkutamatshen.

I teach. I'm a teacher. I teach the Innu language.

Nika natshi-atussen utakussiti nishuaush tatutipaikana mak peikunnu ashu patetat e tshakashtet.

I'm going to work tonight, at eight fifteen.

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