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Toki :)
02-08-2013, 04:52 AM (This post was last modified: 02-08-2013 04:54 AM by janSewiKasi.)
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Toki :)
suno tenpo monsu mute la mi kama e toki pona. mi wile toki e toki pona. mi tawa sona e toki pona. lon kulupu ni la mi sin. mi pali e toki tu. kin la mi toki e toki epanja lili. mi lon epanja. Mi tawa tan ma inli. mi pilin e ni: toki pona li pona mute. taso mi wile sona mute li kama ala e nimi mute pi toki pona.

I wrote that within a day of finding toki pona (though I've forgotten what some of it says, lol). Happy to be here. Cool

My name (hopefully) means Treegod, since that is my name on some forums. On another one I am "ol bofosh", which is Alahithian for the same (literally it means The Tree).
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02-08-2013, 05:54 AM
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RE: Toki :)
mi pana e lipu tu mi pi toki tu mi (I give my websites of my two languages):

http://alahithian.wikispaces.com/
http://gnoughish.wikispaces.com/

Neither as pona as toki pona though. Wink

Hablo español con fluidez media.
Et je parle tres peu de français.
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02-08-2013, 08:45 AM
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RE: Toki :)
'tenpo suno pini mute la mi kama tawa toki pona. mi wile toki kepeken toki pona. ... mi toki lili kepeken toki Epanjo. mi lon ma Epanja. mi kama(?) tan ma Inlan. mi jo/sona? e nimi mute pi toki pona.
kama pona! ni li pona. o sitelen e mute lon lipu ni anu ante.
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02-22-2013, 08:02 AM
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RE: Toki :)
mi kama(?) tan ma Inlan. = I come from England ("mi ja Inlan"?)

taso mi wile sona mute li kama ala e nimi mute pi toki pona

I've got no idea what I meant by "mi wile sona mute", maybe I want to learn a lot. But then it doesn't fit grammatically with the rest, does it... oh wait!

"I want to learn a lot and(but?) I toki pona words don't "come to me"."
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02-22-2013, 01:26 PM (This post was last modified: 02-23-2013 02:34 AM by janKipo.)
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RE: Toki :)
(02-22-2013 08:02 AM)janSewiKasi Wrote:  mi kama(?) tan ma Inlan. = I come from England ("mi ja Inlan"?)

mi sona ala e nimi 'ja'. proper names are adjectives in tp, so must have an noun before them

taso mi wile sona mute li kama ala e nimi mute pi toki pona

Maybe 'mi wile kama sona e mute. taso nimi mute pi toki pona li kama ala tawa mi.

I've got no idea what I meant by "mi wile sona mute", maybe I want to learn a lot. But then it doesn't fit grammatically with the rest, does it... oh wait!

Yours did say "I don't bring many tp words." which makes a sort of sense, maybe even what you wanted eventually.

"I want to learn a lot and(but?) I toki pona words don't "come to me"."
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02-23-2013, 02:38 AM
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(02-22-2013 08:25 PM)Kuti Wrote:  
(02-08-2013 04:52 AM)janSewiKasi Wrote:  tenpo suno pini mute la mi kama sona e toki pona. mi wile toki [e] KEPEKEN toki pona. mi tawa sona e toki pona. lon kulupu ni la mi sin [most prep phrases go to the end]. mi pali [sona?]e toki tu. kin la mi toki lili e toki Epanja . mi lon ma Epanja. Mi kama tan ma Inli [Inlan, the country not the language, probably]. mi pilin e ni: toki pona li pona mute. mi wile sona mute taso nimi pi toki pona li kama ala tawa mi.

Idea

pona.
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02-25-2013, 02:54 AM (This post was last modified: 02-25-2013 03:09 AM by jan Wilo.)
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RE Toki :)
Saluton, toki, hello!

Unu lingvo neniam estas sufiĉa.
toki wan li pona lili. toki mute li pona mute.
One language is never enough.

My native toungue (mia lingvo nacia) is English (estas Angla), but I knew a little Esperanto too.

Mi toki mute kepeken toki Inli. Mi toki lili kepeken toki Epelanto.
Mi wile kama sona e toki pona tenpo ni.
Nun, mi volas lerni Tokiponon.

Now, I want to learn to speak toki pona.

mi tawa

(02-25-2013 02:54 AM)jan Wilo Wrote:  Mi wile kama sona e toki pona tenpo ni.
Nun, mi volas lerni Tokiponon.

Mi wili kama sona tenpo ni e toki pona.

Where should adverb 'now' = 'tenpo ni' appear in toki pona? The first way (toki pona tenpo ni) might imply the current version of toki pona? The second way (kama sona tenpo ni), that I want to learn it now.
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02-25-2013, 03:27 AM
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RE: Toki :)
tenpo ni la mi wile kama sona e toki pona. condition (time, antecedent clause, rhetorical flourish) la /subject /li predicate/ e Direct object/ prepositional phrase = general sentence pattern.
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