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Aimitutau 3.7 - Tshe natshi-mitshishuiekᵘ (kaimitunanut)

You'll come over to eat (phone call)

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Conversation 3.7 - You'll come over to eat (phone call)

Kuei nuitsheuakan. Tshekuan etutamin uapaki?

Hello my friend. What are you doing tomorrow?

Apu tshekuan tutaman. Ute nitshinat nika tanatshe.

I'm not doing anything. I'll most likely be at home.

Tshipa takushinnau a, tshin mak tshuitsheuakan tshetshi natshi-mitshishuiekᵘ?

Would you and your friend come over to eat?

Tan eshpish?

When?

Utakussiti a?

In the evening?

Eshe, tshipa utakuai-mitshishunan.

Yes, we could have dinner.

Eshe, kanapue nika takushin nin. Nika kukuetshimau nuitsheuakan.

Yes of course, I'll come. I'll ask my friend.

Eukuan miam, kutuasht-tatutipaikana mak pushkᵘ tshika ashuapamitinau.

Great, I'll expect you around 6:30 p.m.

Eku.

Alright.

Innu-mitshim tshika mitshinan.

We'll eat traditional Innu food.

Nimishta-minueniten.

I'm very happy.

Eukuan, ma uapaki tshika uapamitinau.

So I'll see you tomorrow.

Iame.

Goodbye.

Iame uenapissish!

See you soon!

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