New words in this lesson:
Nouns with equal features are compared using (denmo...) kumo... Note that denmo is optional, as kumo is sufficient to express the comparison.
The suffix -kal (kali - empty) is the opposite of the suffix -pul.
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The words sama (same) and alo (different/other) are similar to ke, hin, den, ban, moy and nil in that they are typically attached to te/to rather than stand separately as other adjectives would.
samate - the same person
samato - the same thing
To tell time, Globasa uses the ordinal numbers which are derived by attaching the suffix -li to the cardinal numbers. Additionally, Globasa uses the word satu (hour) rather than watu (time).
To is ke satu?
What time is it?
Informally, one can also use the cardinal numbers:
Yu le klosi janela ke seba?
Why did you close the window?
Mediciyen ogar in dayo baytu. Te hare bannumer hewan: dua bwaw, tiga myaw, ji un piu. Un bwaw somno multi. Alo bwaw yuxi multi ton moy myaw. Un myaw daymo humorpul. Te abil na buka ji klosi dwer. Piu is doste de den myaw. Nil myaw wole na yam piu. Ban dina, myaw le buka dwer ji piu le fley cel ex baytu. Bwaw ji mediciyen le ewreka te in parko ji nundina, piu in baytu ji moyte kox.
Create your own sentences using the examples above, and examples from previous lessons, as sentence patterns. Tell a story.