The word for let’s is lass
Have you heard of the French economic term "laissez-faire"? In Occidental it would be "lass far" (let do).
The English "let’s" is a contraction of "let" + "us". So we need to learn that too.
The word for us is nos
"Lass nos" is a common way to introduce an idea for something to do. Add on the infinitive of a verb, and you get a solid plan!
1 translation: Let’s go
The verb for to see is vider
From this word, we can form video, vision, etc.
The word for movie is film
2 translation: Let’s see a movie
The word for before is ante
In Occidental, you can use the word Bon (good) for things like "okay...", "well...", etc
3 translation: Okay, but let’s eat before
The verb for to think is pensar
If you think a lot, you are pensive.
The verb for to finish is finir
To say that something is finished, we can use the past tense as an adjective. Just like in English!
4 translation: Now that it is finished, what do you think