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Say that again. (pina = again, back; wangkaya = say it) � 14. Pulya wangkaya. Say it slowly, carefully. Pina wangkaya pulya. Say it again slowly. Pina wangkaya yimi-kari. Say it again another way. (yimi = word, sentence, story; -kari = another) Your teacher might use expressions like the following: Yuwayi, kuja-nawu That's right, just like that that's the one) (kuja = thus; -nawu = Lawa, kuja-wangu No, not like that Nyuntu, wangkaya! You, say it! Wangkaya-pala! Say it (you two) ! Wangkayalu! Say it (you lot - more than two)!
Kurdu kulaka pirlingka nyinami. Kulaka kurdu pirlingka nyinami. Kulaka pirlingka nyinami kurdu. Kulaka nyinami kurdu pirlingka. 50 Part Four The child is not sitting on the stone. 27. Nantuwu kulaka ngapangka karrimi. Kulaka nantuwu ngapangka karrimi. The horse is not standing in the water. Kulaka ngapangka karrimi nantuwu. Kulaka karrimi nantuwu ngapangka. � r N ote Only some of the possible alternative orderings of the words are given in sentences 22-27 above. Listen to these question and answer sentences and repeat them until you can say them fluently (numbering corresponds to that on tape): 27.
Lawa, kulaka kurdu yulami. 34 Part Four 20. Nantuwunya ka pamkami? Yuwayi, nantuwu ka pamkami. Lawa, kulaka nantuwu pamkami. 21 . Ngarrkanya ka ngarlarrimi? Yuwayi, ngarrka ka ngarlarrimi. Lawa, kulaka ngarrka ngarlarrimi. f N ote Words like yuwayi 'yes, OK' and lawa 'no, nothing,' are only loosely attached to a sentence. The comma separating them from the rest of the sentence represents the pause that typically comes between them and the rest of the sentence, as you can hear on the tape. Now go back and revise u ntil you have thi s sectio n m astered .
A Learner's Guide to Warlpiri: Tape Course for Beginners by Mary Laughren