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Arapaho Ch1-6c TEST

TermDefinition
You can say "I am" by adding to the end. -noo
You can say "You are" by adding to the end -n
You can say "I am not" by adding to the beginning Koone-
You can say "Are you" by adding to the beginning Koohe-
You can say "I am not" by adding to the beginning Neihoow-
You can say "You are not" by adding to the beginning Heihoow-
"I" -noo
"You" -n
"he or she" -t
"we" -' or -ni'
"we" as in you and me -no'
"you two" or more -nee
"they" -3i'
Inanimate subjects like yellow or red that are singular, have an ending of? -oo' or -ee'
Inanimate subjects like yellow or red that are plural, have an ending of? -ou'u or -ei'i
The past tense is indicated by the prefix of? nih-
The future tense is indicated by the prefix of? heet-
1st person singular for "not" when using strong is? nei-hoow-tei'eih or I am not strong
2nd person singular for "not" when using strong is? hei-hoow-tei'eih or You are not strong
3rd person singular for "not" when using strong is? hoow-tei'ei or They are not strong
Inanimate singular for "not" when using strong is? hoow-tei'oo or It is not strong
Questions are formed by adding the prefix? koo-
The sound for "not" is? hoowu- but often shortened to hoow-
When a verb starts with "h-", then the pronunciation is different. For a question or negative (not), the "h-" at the beginning of the verb does what before adding the prefix? It disappears or is dropped
1st person plural for "not" when using strong is? nei-hoow-tei'eihi-be or We are not strong
1st and 2nd person plural for "not" when using strong is? hei-hoow-tei'eihi-n or You and I are not strong
2nd person plural for "not" when using strong is? hei-hoow-tei'eihi-be or You two are not strong
3rd person plural for "not" when using strong is? hoow-tei'eihi-no' or They are not strong
Inanimate plural for "not" when using strong is? hoow-tei'eihi-no or Those are not strong
The plural for nouns is often formed by adding a suffix of? -(o)no
Prefix for "my" is? ne- or no-
Prefix for "your" is ? he- or ho-
Prefix for "his or her" is? hi-
When using a noun, to say "my" plural. The form is? ne-(noun)-ono
When using a noun, to say "your" plural. The form is? he-(noun)-ono
When using a noun, to say "his or her" plural. The form is? hi-(noun)-ono
When using nouns, to say "our". The form is? ne-(noun)-ooninoo
When using nouns, to say "our" as in you and the. The form is? he-(noun)-oonin
When using nouns, to say "your" (pl)h. The form is? he-(noun)-ooninoo
When using nouns, to say "their". The form is? hi-(noun)-ooninoo
Kooniini'iini how are things
niini'iini things are good
tootousiini what is happening?
hoowuuni nothing much
hotousihi what's your name?
nee'eesih'inoo that's my name
hiitousinihiitoon how do you say it?
ne'niisinihiitooni' that's how you say it
neihoowoe'in I don't or understand
hee'inowoo I know or understand
Created by: ndncaveman