I must go/depart.
Remember to add that first person singular 'o' ending to 'dehlg' and that infinitive 'e' ending to 'abgwah'.
Can I try on that skirt ?
Five words in this sentence. Remember the first person singular 'o' ending for 'poitt', and that the next word after that is 'io'.
I want a big (sleeping) room.
Don't forget the Sambahsa word 'a' - 'un'.
I talk to you (in order) to solve that problem.
Remember that 'that' was 'tod', and 'probleme' has a final 'e'.
And you, are you ok/fine ?
Literally, you will be saying 'And you, do/go you well?'
I am fine.
No need for the word 'wal' after 'leito' - it's implicit. Also, remember that it is 'ego' and not 'io' because the pronoun is stressed.
Chotu drinks tea.
Use 'poht' for 'drinks'.
Maybe we're making a mistake.
Just two words in this sentence.
You are able to work without master.
Don't forget to add the infinitive 'e' ending to 'orbat'.
What do you say, Mister ?
Literally the four words in this phrase are 'What say you, Mister?'. Don't foget that 'you' was 'yu', and the final 'g' in 'sayg' turns into a 'c' when you add 'te'.
They drink tea.
No need for the word 'they'. Use the root 'poh' for 'drink'.
Are children fine/ok ?
The plural word for 'do' to use will be 'leite'. Literally, this sentence says: 'Do/go the children well?'
They are fine.
Just one word in this phrase.
I believe they make a mistake too.
Remember that 'credeih' takes 'm' as an ending in this sentence. The word for 'make a mistake' was 'rhalt'. Only three words in this Sambahsa sentence, and the word order is 'I-believe too they-make-a-mistake'.
I am from Iraq too.
Remember that 'schi' gets added directly to the word 'Io'.
Studying is useful.
Three words in this sentence.
Are you from Milan, Miss X?
'You' was 'yu'.
We have a (female) friend in Florence.
No need for the word for 'we'. Also, don't forget to use 'un' for 'a'.
They have a friend in Rome.
In Sambahsa: 'Rome', not 'Roma'. 'A' is 'un'.
The car of John is on the corner of the street.
The key to this sentence is to correctly use 'os' for 'of' and 'ios' for 'of the'. Remember that 'is' is 'est'.
The slaves are afraid of the masters.
'Master' was 'mayster', and 'the' was 'i'. Five words in this sentence: 'the slaves are-afraid-of the masters'.
Layla talks with her (female) friend.
'Her' refers to 'her own', so you will be using the word 'sien' in this sentence. Moreover, remember that 'tolk' changes its final 'k' to a 'c' when you add the ending 't'.
His office is near his house.
Use 'eys' for 'his' in both instances in this phrase. 'Is' is 'est'.
He goes out of his house.
Use 'sien' for 'his', as it refers to 'his own' house. Also remember that 'salg' becomes 'salc' when you add the 't'.
(He/she) enters his/her office.
Use 'sien' in this phrase.
Ziad talks with the (male) taxi driver.
Change the 'k' in 'tolk' into a 'c' when the ending is added. For 'the', remember that you will be using 'iom.
Their car is in front of their house.
Remember that 'car' was 'wogh'.
Omar’s house stands at the end of the street.
Remember that 'stah' (like 'poh') simply adds a 't'. Also remember that 'of the' was 'ios' and, finally, street is 'strad'.
Why do you walk in the middle of the street ?
Remember that the last 'g' in ghancg will change to an 's' when you add the conjugation ending 's'. Don't forget the personal pronoun right after the verb ('why walk YOU in the middle of the street'). Finally, 'medsu' already includes all of 'the middle of', so next you will only need to say 'the street' in the nominative case.
I’m going to visit Egypt.
Remember that you will be adding 'm' to the end of 'vah' for this conjugation. You will not be using the word for 'I'.
They walk with each other along the sea.
Remember, a "gangway" is where you can "ghang". It has the plural ending 'ent' here. No need to use the word for 'they' in this sentence.
They used to teach everyday in the temple.
You need to put a hyphenated 'Ee-' before 'docent', not an unhyphenated one.
They used to go with the soldiers.
Remember to pu the hyphenated 'Ee-' before 'gwahnt', and that 'the' will become 'iens' in this sentence.
You are called by the master.
Remember to use 'Ste' for 'you are', and also to change 'id' to 'iom' before 'mayster'.