Sentences

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Sentences[edit]

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A word or a group of words having a clear meaning in a given context is called a sentence.

A sentence can be single worded or multi-worded. Following are some examples of single worded sentences —

  1. Zitè. [1]
  2. Fu. [2]
  3. Duni. [3]
  4. Hu. [4]
  5. Töuk. [5]
  6. Çeflēs. [6]

In general, multi worded sentences have a verb, but sometimes, depending on the context, they might not have a verb. Here are some examples —

  1. Em sobtö. (= Emsobtö.) [7]
  2. Fu ’oem. [8]

Texts[edit]

  1. Yes.
  2. No.
  3. Come.
  4. Go.
  5. Stop.
  6. Thanks.
  7. Alright.
  8. Not at all.