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Bunneydys

Bunneydys

Lessoon Kiare

mee
oo

ta mee
t'ou
cha nel mee
cha nel oo
lajer
shang
faase
glen
roauyr
sollagh
dy jarroo

Ta mee lajer, t’ou faase
Cha nel mee lajer, cha nel oo faase
Ta mee roauyr, t'ou shang
Cha nel mee roauyr, cha nel oo shang
Ta mee glen, t'ou sollagh
Cha nel mee olk nish
Ta mee dy mie jiu
Vel mee jesh?
Cha nel oo fliugh
Cha nel eh shenn, t'eh aeg

reesht
Yamys
feer vie

EALISH Laa mie, Yamys.
JAMYS Laa mie, Ealish. .
EALISH T'ou dy-mie reesht?
JAMYS Ta mee feer vie nish, bwooise da Jee.
EALISH Ta'n laa olk. Vel oo feayr?
JAMYS Cha nel, dy jarroo, cha nel mee feayr edyr.


I
you (one person)

I am
you are
I am not
you are not
strong
thin
weak
clean
fat
dirty
indeed

I am strong, you are weak
I am not strong, you are not weak
I am fat, you are thin
I am not fat, you are not thin
I am clean, you are dirty
I am not bad now
I am well today
Am I nice?
You're not wet
He's not old, he's young.

again
Yamys (said when addressing)
very well, very good

Good-day, Jamys.
Good-day, Ealish.
You're well again?
I'm very well now, thank God.
It's a bad day (The day's bad). Are you cold?
No, indeed, I'm not cold at all.
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