Lessons #93-94: Sharing Food – Part 4

Leda Jules: Pelly Banks dialect

 

Verb: Pour
 

Tū’ kolā gūkîstl’īt.
I poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ gūkînhtl’īt.
You poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ gūkîhtl’īt.
He poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ gūkédzīhtl’ī́t.
We (2) poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ gūkêhtl’īt.
You (2) poured water (into a pot).
Gūkégīhtl’īt.
They (2) poured (water into a pot).
Tū’ gūkéndzīhtl’īt.
We (3+) poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ gūkénehtl’īt.
You (3+) poured water (into a pot).
Gūkéngīhtl’īt.
They (3+) poured (water into a pot).
Sík’ādé tū’ dūłą̄́ gūkéstl’ī́t.
I still haven’t poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ dūłą̄́ gūkéstl’ī́t.
I haven’t poured water (into a pot).
Tū’ dūłą̄́ gūkénhtl’ī́t.
You haven’t poured water (into a pot).
Dūłą̄́ tū’ gūkéhtl’ī́t.
He still hasn’t poured water (into a pot).
Dūłą̄́ tū’ gūkédzīhtl’ī́t.
We (2,3) still haven’t poured water (into a pot).
Dūłą̄́ tū’ gūkêhtl’ī́t.
You (2,3) still haven’t poured water (into a pot).
Dūłą̄́ tū’ gūkégīhtl’ī́t.
They (2,3) still haven’t poured water (into a pot).