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Greeting and Health

Kwai - hello

Paakwin8gwzian - you appear new to me

N'wig8dam nami8lan - I am happy to see you

N'wig8dam nami8lan mina - I am happy to see you again

T8ni kd'8wl8wzin - how do you do

T8ni kd'8wl8wzin pamgisgak - how do you do today

Nowad kd'akwi nami8lan - I have not seen you for awhile

N'w8wl8wzi - I am well

N'w8wl8wzi ni t8ni kia? - I am well and how are you?

Kwinatta n'w8wl8wzi - I am much well

N'w8wl8wzi pitta - I am very well

Nd'akwamalsi pabmalokamga - I was sick last week

Askwa n'm8madamalsi - I still feel sick

Askwa tagasiwi n'm8madamalsi - I still feel a little sick

N'm8wia amalsi pamgisgak - I feel better today

T8ni wd'8wl8wzin k'mah8m - How is your grandfather doing

8pchi sazamihla - He progressively becomes fragile

Alemi nolsano - He continues weakening

Alemi nolham - He continues to be weak

Aska s8glizo - he is still strong

Mliksano - he has strength

Askwa odanasisek losa k8giskaki - he still goes to the little village everyday

Li pmosa odanasisek k8giskaki - he walks along to the little village everyday

Mina Pai8 - come again

Pedgi pai8 - come returning

Wliwni minaji n'pedgi pai8 - thanks I will come returning very soon

Adio, wlinanawalmezi - farewell, take good care of your-self



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