Globasa for English Speakers: Lesson 1

The word for I or me is mi.

The word for eat is yam.

Verbs in the present tense are unchanged.

The word for apple is pingo.

Globasa does not use words for a, an or the.

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The word for you is yu.

The word for like is suki.

Pingo means both apple and apples.

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The word for it is to.

The word for is is is.

This word is only used to connect two nouns or verbs.

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The word for this is hin.

The word for good is bono.

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The word for that is den.

The word for bad is buru.

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The word for she or he is te.

The word le is used before verbs to mark the past tense.

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The word xa is used before verbs to mark the future tense.

The word for walk is sampo.

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The word for cat is myaw.

The word for sleep is somno.

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The word for drink is glu.

The word for milk is milko.

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The word for see or eye is oko.

The word for mouse is maux.

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The word for to is na.

This word is used to mark infinitives. For example, to eat becomes na yam.

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