Globasa has neither definite nor indefinite articles (the words a and the in English). In a subsequent lesson, you will learn how to emphasize definiteness when necessary.
Globasa has no verb conjugation, meaning that verbs don’t change according to the subject (or doer) of the sentence. For example, in English, the verb work can be conjugated as 'I work hard' and 'she works hard.' In Globasa, on the other hand, we only use ergo.
The dictionary form of the verb is equivalent to the English simple present or the present progressive.
The fish swim(s). or The fish is/are swimming.
I read. or I am reading.
Salom, doste! Mi ergo. Myaw somno. Bete doxo. Piu fley. Bwaw yuxi. Mahi suyon. Mama lala. Patre danse. Uma pawbu. Sodar anda. Xanti, nini.
Create your own sentences using the examples from this lesson and Lesson 1 as sentence patterns, as well as the reading practice in this lesson as a model.