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Tee ni osame osa ni megane nakataru nere ssentende sure.
Yome-ssine ssitai-te!
Samasahi maru nere.

Si yoi yomeru kessii hi-naide nan nee-te.
Ikai-to ikai-to hire, si Tee nan naa-te! Ata nan naa-te!
Maka dengo yomeri-ssine demore.
Tenji Oke-te!

Hossireva, ei sale gosukereva ineva-no ei sale-no ineva go ei yome-to osamin ssimeskereva Tenji-sta. So Yomeske nato-on yome takuji-te.
Nato o tarinajo hatende'-te!

Kioto nato o tarinajo waraa?
Li-te so ssui nato lirega. Dekitas, ete nato-to nakumes ata o kogaku gosukere. Dekitas, ata o tasijaku dare. Dekitas, adarona-to too fanasta daure ei too hinomi renkairei ei nan masaru bere.

Oki lare maka, haponatonda wa nan.
Kiide ni ani kiide ni osame are hiso nan ssentendeva, osame wa molon.


You use to think that you should destroy the seven curses.
Think about food!
You should have compassion.

You shouldn't be saying "I want to eat again".
You tell to each other "Don't do this! Don't do that other!"
but then you dream about the eaten.
Listen to wise!

If you go and if you twist truth into lie and lie into truth, and if food blinds you against wise, then distribute it to people without food.
Remember who maked the men!

Who maked the men?
Look, and you will see many men. Randomly one with pain twist the other else's arm. Randomly one grabs the other one's leg. Randomly rain hit his face and his lips are sealed and they can't say word.

You are here but, you don't act as human beings.
If you believe that you aren't the way I said you are, you are stupid.

First row has the text as it is. Next row says if the word is a noun (n), 
pronoun (prn), verb and its inflection (v.xxxxx), keywords (k), adverbs (adv),
and particles (p).


Tee ni osame osa ni megane nakataru nere ssentende sure.
(prn) (p) (prn) (n) (p) (n) Nakata(v.i) Neru(v.p) Ssenten(v.i) Suru(v.p)

Yome-ssine ssitai-te!
(n) Ssitai(v.im)
Samasahi maru nere.
(n) Maru(v.i) Neru(v.p)

Si yoi yomeru kessii hi-naide nan nee-te.
(p)(adv) Yome(v.i) Keru(v.p.f) Hiru(v.p.p) (p) Neru(v.im)

Ikai-to ikai-to hire, si Tee nan naa-te! Ata nan naa-te! 
(p) (p) Hiru(v.p) (p) (prn) (adv) Naru(v.im) (prn) (adv) Naru(v.imp)

Maka dengo yomeri-ssine demore.
(p) (p) Yome(v.past.part) Demo(v.p)

Tenji Oke-te!
(n) Oke(v.im)

Hossireva, ei sale gosukereva ineva-no ei sale-no ineva go 
Hossi(v.p) (p) (n) Gosuke(v.p.sub) (n) (p) (n) (n) (p)

ei yome-to osamin ssimeskereva Tenji-sta.
(p) (n) (prn) Ssimeske(v.p.sub)(n)

So Yomeske nato-on yome takuji-te.
(p) (n) (n) (n) Takuji(v.im)

Nato o tarinajo hatende'-te!
(prn) (p) (n) Haten(v.im)

Kioto nato o tarinajo waraa? Li-te so ssui nato lirega.
(p) (prn) (v) (n) Waru(v.p.?) Liru(v.im) (p) (adv) (n) Liru(v.f).

Dekitas, ete nato-to nakumes ata o kogaku gosukere.
(n) (prn)(n) (n) (n) (p) (n) Gosuke(v.p)

Dekitas, ata o tasijaku dare.
(n) (prn) (p)(n) Daru(v.p)

Dekitas, adarona-to too fanasta daure 
(n) (n) (prn) (n) Dau(v.p)

ei too hinomi renkairei ei nan masaru bere.
(p)(prn) (n) (v.p.pas) (p) (adv) Mesa(v.i) Beru(v.p).

Oki lare maka, haponatonda wa nan.
(n) Laru(v.p) (p) (n) (p) (adv)

Kiide ni ani kiide ni osame are hiso nan ssentendeva, 
(n) (p) (prn) (n) (p) (prn) Aru(v.p) (v.pa) (adv) Ssenten(v)

osame wa molon.
(prn) (p) (n)


=== Grammar ===

Parts of speach are:

Relative names (pronouns),
Names (nouns.),
Actions (verbs),
Descriptive forms (type-2 "ri" adjectives)
Qualitative modifiers (adverbs),
Particles and Markers

-To use a slightly european grammar i'll refer to them as pronouns, 
nouns, verbs, adverbs, particles and markers.
-The text lack type-2 adjectives, lucky you, type-1 adjectives are 
nouns so theres no problem with them. 
-There are 11 cases, only 7 are used here.
-There're also 3 verb patterns only 2 are found here
-There are no indefinite articles, and the definite one is archaic so 
you won't find it here.
-Number, gender and age can be shown with suffixes but often omitted, 
again none are found here.

They are basicaly the name of any thing or concept, they can be placed 
before another noun to modify it, they are noun/adjectives. 
Some inflected forms work specialy as adjectives the 2 found in this text are:
"+ske" less: hasaske nato: Homeless person
"+nda" like: Sukonda nato: Childlike person
"+jo" +er, +ing: Performer of the verb formed by the noun form.
*Cases: case is shown by adding a suffix called marker. 
The cases are named after the markers.
-"to" Nomitative
-"go" Accustative not used by pronouns in accusative form. 
Or in front of the verb
-"s" With, acompanied by, using... , by means of...., in presence of... X-fully.
-"no" The target of movement, the ending of an event, the final state 
in a transformation. Towards in time, space or form.
-"ssine". Topic, place or time related to the verb; About, arround.
-"on". Dative.
-"sta" Against, Object hit by the action of the verb. An object thet 
recives a negative effect from the verb.

They come in familiar and unfamiliar forms, you just have 
to deal with unfamiliar here. The decline acording to case.
"Osame": 2nd person, plural, unfamiliar Nomitative.
"Osamin": 2nd person, plural, unfamiliar accusative.
"Ani": 1st person, singular, unfamiliar Nomitative
"Ete": assignative: The word ete has the meaning of "he/she/it/this/that" 
the first time you use it it comes in assignative form, 
then you use it as Eto. In other words 
after "Ete kane" (This thing) Eto becomes an alias.
"Tee" accusative,"Too" possesive.
"Ata" As Eto, ith means the other one, (its like "variable2").

I'll make it easy for you.

There're 2 kind of verbs rootverbs and nounverbs.
If a noun ends in a vowel the verb is noun+ru
Rumi (a change) -> Rumiru (to change)
If it ends in n, verb is noun+de
Sen (a feeling) -> Sende (to feel)
Root verbs allways end in 'ru', to nominalize them drop 'u' and add 'ina'
Heru (to float) -> Herina(floatation)

As for their tenses,
they can be:
Present familiar----------------------------(v.p.fam)
Past familiar-------------------------------(v.pa.fam)
Present progressive, finalising, starting---(v.p.p), (v.p.f), (v.p.s).
Past progressive, finalising, starting......(v.pa.p),(v.p.f), (v.p.s).
Future progressive, finalising, starting---(v.f.p), (v.f.f), (v.f.s).
Any of the above can be pasive (xxxxxxx.pas) or subjuntive (xxxxxxx.sub)
Subjuntive means thet the sentence says a condition that, 
when true triggers the last/next sentence.

They dont show person or number except for present and past familiar 
that are only 1st and 2nd person.

Interrogative is made by doubling last vowel except with familiar that 
aren't found here.
Past participle of "noun+ru" verbs is "noun+ri".
Past participle of "noun+de" verbs is "noun+deri"

Ei: Conjunction "and": <sentence> ei <sentence>
Si: Introduces a "Text String" often used with to say or to think. 
So: Introduces the result if the previous/last subjuntive sentence is true.
Maka: "But", that simple.
O: Possessive particle: <Possesor> o <possession>
Wa: Simple copula <noun> wa <noun>, "<noun> is <noun>"
Ikai: Reflexive particle, set after verbs to mean "to oneself"
**The expression "Ikaito Ikaito" means one to each other and is usually placed
at the begining.
Ni: Between number and a noun, sets a quantity
"Two housess"="San ni Hasa" <num> ni <noun>.
Otherwise it is the descriptive particle used to embed 2 or 3 sentences in 
nother one. This is quite complex; lets say you have a primary sentence (S) with its verb (V1) and two nouns (N1 and N2) obviously marked with markers (M1 and M2)
S = N1-M1 N2-M2 V
But there's a secondary sentence (s) with its own nouns, markers and verb
s = n1-m1 n2-m2 v
N1 and n1 are the same and you want to get n1 into N1 to fusionate the two sentences.
The sentece is:
N1M1 ni n2-m2 v-m1 V2M2 V
This is odd but its the way zasenimi handles the relative clauses.

=== Dictionary ========================================
|| Adarona: (n) Rain.
|| Ani: (prn) 1st person singular see grammar.
|| Aru: (v) To be.
|| Ata: (p) Other see grammar.
|| Beru: (v) To can, to be able.
|| Daru: (v) To take, grab.
|| Dau: (n) Falling.
|| Dekita: (n) Random times, things, persons.
|| Demo: (n) Dream.
|| Dengo: (p) Then, passed time.
|| Ei: (p) And see grammae.
|| Eto: (prn). It/He/She/This/That, see grammar.
|| Fana: (n) Face.
|| Gosuke: (n) Twist.
|| Haponato: (n) Human being.
|| Hinomi: (n) Lip(s).
|| Hiru: (v) To tell.
|| Hossi: (n) Outside.
|| Ikai: (p) Reflexive see grammar.
|| Ineva: (n) Lie.
|| Keru: (n) To want.
|| Kiide: (n) Way.
|| Kioto: (p) One of the few correlatives; starts a "Who?" question, verb is still used in interrogative form.
|| Kogaku: (n) (Human) arm.
|| Laru: (v) To be somewhere, to exist.
|| Liru: (v) To see.
|| Maka: (p) But see grammar.
|| Maru: (v) To have, but not own. I have a father. "Mai Tavan mare"
|| Masa: (n) Word.
|| Megane: (n) Curse.
|| Molon: (n) Pejorative; Stupid, fool, idiot.
|| Nakata: (n) Destruction.
|| Nakume: (n) Pain.
|| Nan: (adv) Marks negative verb.
|| Naru: (v) To do.
|| Nato: (n) Person.
|| Neru: (v) To have. to should.
|| Ni: (p) see grammar.
|| Oke: (n) Hear.
|| Oki: (n) Here.
|| Osa: (n) The number seven.
|| Osame: (prn). You plural unfamiliar. see grammar.
|| Renkai: (n) Seal.
|| Sale: (n) Truth.
|| Samasahi: (n) sama~sahi "help~easy" The feeling of helping others.
|| Si: (p) See grammar.
|| Ssenten: (n) Belief.
|| Ssimeske: (n) Blind.
|| Ssitai: (n) Trial, Comparison, Evaluation, Consideration.
|| Ssui: (adv) Many.
|| Suru: (v) To use to.
|| Takuji: (n) Act or effect distribution.
|| Tarinajo: (n) Creator, maker.
|| Tasijaku: (n) Leg.
|| Tenji: (n) Wise.
|| Wa: (p) See grammar.
|| Waru: (v) Verb to be.
|| Yoi: (adv) Again.
|| Yome: (n) Food.