|hihath||now; right now|
|me-||plural morpheme used at the beginning of verbs and words that correspond to English adjectives|
|-ha||morpheme used to indicate where something or someone is located|
1. Bíi ril Athid botheha wa.
“Athid is at the hotel.”
2. Bíi ril Sha botheha wa.
“Sha is at the hotel.”
3. Bíi ril Thad botheha wa.
“Thad is at the hotel.”
4. Bíi ril óowamid botheha wa.
“The dragon is at the hotel.”
5. Bíi eril mewida Athid i Sha i Thad imedimeth wa.
“Athid and Sha and Thad carried a suitcase.”
6. Bíi eril wida óowamid imedimeth boó wa.
“The dragon carried three suitcases.”
7. Bíi ril meyide hihath Athid, Sha, Thad i óowamid wa.
“Now Athid, Sha, Thad, and the dragon are hungry.”
Complete the following sentences by adding the appropriate ending to the Láadan word that follows the sentence.
Bíi ril wida Athid webeth wa.
“Athid is carrying a beer.”
1. Bíi ril wida Athid _________ wa. [a book; book — áabe]
2. Bíi ril wida Athid _________ wa. [a camera: camera — ridadem]
3. Bíi ril wida Athid _________ wa. [a cat; cat — rul]
4. Bíi ril wida Athid _________ wa. [an apple; apple — doyu]
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