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’Aadę́ę́’ hoołtį́į́ł.

there-from 3s-rain.Prog

’Adą́ą́dą́ą́’ísh tł’óo’di nishínílnish?

yesterday-Q outside-at 2-work.P

’Aoo’, shí dó’ t’áá ’ákwíinissin.

yes1 also just 1-think.so.NI
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No, I don’t think so (i.e. yes, I too hold that opinion of it).

’Aseezį́ binaaltsoos biníkádinishchid.

gossip 3-paper 3-through-1-stick.finger.P
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I stuck my finger (hand) through the newspaper.

-tsé

Béégashii yáázh ła’ shibee’í’diidłííd bik’i niní’ą́.

calf one 1-cattle.brand 3-on 3-1-put.NP
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I put my cattlebrand on a calf.

Ch’ééh jiyáán náánááshdą́ą́’.

watermelon again-1-eat.R
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I ate watermelon again.

Chidí bik’ee heesh’ááł.

car 3-tire 3-1-move.SRO.Prog

Da’ Ron saad nináánéíłkaah ya’?

Q Ron word 3-3-investigate.I Q

Ron’s investigating words again?

Da’ Ron saad nináánéíłkaah ya’?

Q Ron word 3-3-investigate.I Q
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Ron’s investigating words again?

Dah doónááł lágo!

up 2-go.F don’t

deiilbéézh

pl-3DO-1dpl-boil.it.I

Dibé bighan báátis dah yiishte’.

Sheep corral 3-over up 1-climb.P

Díí dziłígíí shádi’ááh bich’ijígo ’ałkéé’ ’adíítąąd.

this mountain-Comp southward 3-toward-GO one-behind-another 3Pl-scatter.NP
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These mountains are strung out, one behind the other toward the south.

Díkwíí shą’ ninááhai?

how.many-Q 2-winter.NI

Doozhǫǫgo da’ííłta’ígíí t’éiyá yá’át’éehgo naanish bá dahólǫ́.

satisfactory pl-3-study.P-NOM only 3-good.N-GO work 3-for pl-3-exist.NI
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Only the people with a decent education have good jobs.

Ha’a’aahdę́ę́sh naaghan ’éí doodago e’e’aahdę́ę́sh naaghan?

east-from-Q 2-home TOP or west-from-Q 2 home

ha’át’ééjí

which way

haa néelt’e’

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how much, how many, what quantity. [count]

Haa’í lá neezgai?

where Q 3-hurt.N
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Where does it hurt?

Haa’ísh neezgai?

where-Q 3-hurt.N
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Where does it hurt?

Haa’ísh nínígai?

where-Q 2-hurt.I

Haidą́ą́’ ’a’áán góne’ naashnish ńt’ę́ę́’ --- doo shił yá’áhoot’éeh da.

winter-past mine.shaft inside 1-work.I past neg 1-with 3-good.N neg

Hastiin dóó ’at’ééd ha’át’íí ’áyiilaa?

man and girl what 3-3-make.P
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What did the man and the girl make?

Háíshą’ tsinaa’eeł ’áyiilaa?

who-Q boat 3-3-make.P

Háíshą’ tsinaa’eeł ’áyiilaa?

who-Q boat 3-3-make.P

Hoozdo hoolyéedi deesdoi sha’shin. ’Áyaańda (’áyąą) diné bi’éétsoh t’áá gééd ndaakai.

Phoenix areal-called-at hot possibly no.wonder person 3-coat without pl-3-go.pl.P
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I guess it’s warm in Phoenix. No wonder people go around without coats.

Jáan Mary bił baghan.

John Mary 3-with 3-live

k’asídą́ą́’

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very nearly, within an ace of, coming close to

KinŁánídi ’ííníshta’ ńt’éé’ ’áádóó t’áá ’ániidígo ’áadi náánísdzáá ńtéé’ ’ééhosisya’ lá.

Flagstaff-in 1-study.P past and.then just recently there-at 1-return.P past 1-get.hazy.P disc
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I was young I went to school in Flagstaff but I returned there recently to find that I’m so hazy about things that I barely recognize the place.

le’ ’át’éégóó

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used with the optative mode to produce a meaning roughly equivalent to “proof against”

Naakidi tsin sitą́ądi daats’í kinaaldá b ’ahééniijéé’.

two mile 3-run.pl.P-at maybe purberty.ceremony 3-with RECIP-1dpl-run.pl.P
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We (pl.) ran about two miles with the girl who was running in the puberty ceremony.

Nichidí lá háadi nííníłbą́ą́z?

2-car-Q where-at 3-2-park.P

Nidlóóhísh ’éí doodago doo daats’í nidlóoh da?

2-cold.X-Q TOP or NEG perhaps 2-cold.X-Q NEG

Nimá yázhí bighangóó díílwoł dóó ’áájí ’awéé’ baa ’áhólyą́ą dooleeł.

your aunt 3-house-to 2-run-and that-way baby 3-for 2-care.Fut

nisíníłkáá’

3DO-2-investigate.it.P

Nizhe’é haash wolyé?

2-father what-Q 3-call.NI

What is your father’s name?

Nizhé’é ha’át’íísh nayiisnii’?

2-father what-Q 3-3-buy.P
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What did your father buy?

Nizhé’ésh ha’át’íí nayiisnii’?

2-father-Q what 3-3-buy.P
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As for your father, what did he buy?

néishjį́į́h

R mode-1-become black, get sunburned.R

Shicheii t’áá ’íiyisíí hastihgo biniinaa kónááhoot’éhí doo na’ádódlíi da.

1-grandfather very 3-old.N-GO because next.year NEG 3-expect.live.NP NEG
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Since my grandfather is very old he doesn’t expect to be alive next year at this time.

Shimá sitsilí bibéésh bee hane’í bits’ą́ą́’ náádii’ą́.

1-mother 1-little.brother 3-cellphone 3-away.from 3-3-return.P
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My mother took my little brother’s cellphone away.

T’áá hooshch’į’ déshnish.

suddenly 1-start.work.P

Tó bee naat’ahí yę́ę bitł’áahdi yiichxii’ lá.

water canteen past 3-under-at 3-rust.P DISC
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The water canteen has gotten rusty on the bottom.

Tł’ée’go shibee ni’dildlaadí bóhosésa’go ch’ééh ’ádináhweessił.

night-GO 1-flashlight 3-1-miss.P-GO in.vain reflex-around-1-grope.Prog
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When I missed my flashlight at night I groped around myself.

Tł’éédą́ą́’ásh nahóółtą́ kééhót’ínígi?

night-past-Q rain.P 2-live.NI-at

woo’aal

3DO-2dpl-chew.it.P

Yiską́ągo níléí Tóhajiileehgóó shigáál deizt’i’.

tomorrow.GO over.there Tóhajiileeh-toward 1-physical.being pl-3-path.extend.P

Yóó’ ’anáshyeed.

away 1-run.I
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I’m running away.

Ła’ damóo yę́ędą́ą́’ dah ’iyétł’ónée, k’ad ’ałníí’góó ’eeshtł’óół.

one Sunday past up 3-1-set.P-past now middle-toward 1-weave.Prog