Spoken Chamorro, Leksion Tres, Part 2

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Spoken Chamorro, Leksion Tres, Part 2
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Leksion Tres, Part 2
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  1. Chumocho' yo'. - Mañocho ham.
    I eat - We eat
  2. Gumimen yo' - Manggimen ham
    I drink - We drink
  3. Sumaga yo' - Mañaga ham
    I stay - We stay
  4. Bumola yo' - Mambola ham
    I play ball - We play ball
  5. Humugando yo' - Manhugando ham
    I play - We play
  6. Dumandan yo' - Mandandan ham
    I play music - We play music
  7. Bumaila yo' - Mambaila' yo
    I dance - We dance
  8. Tumanges yo' - Mananges ham
    I cry - We cry
  9. Kumati yo' - Mangati ham
    I cry out - We cry out
  10. Gumupu yo' - Manggupu ham
    I fly - We fly
  11. Umo'mak yo' - Mano'mak ham
    I shower - We shower
  12. Umekungok yo' - Manekungok ham
    I listen - We listen
  13. Umessitan yo' - Manessitan ham
    I joke - We joke
  14. Kumanta yo' - Manganta ham
    I sing - We sing
  15. When adding man-, ch becomes:
    ñ
  16. When adding man-, s becomes:
    ñ
  17. When adding man-, t becomes:
    n
  18. When adding man-, k becomes:
    ng
  19. When adding man-, f becomes:
    m
  20. Guaha familia-ku.
    I have a family.
  21. Guaha kareta-hu.
    I have a car.
  22. Guaha che'lu-hu.
    I have a sibling.
  23. Guaha sapatos-hu.
    I have shoes.
  24. Guaha relos-hu.
    I have a watch.
  25. Guaha siya-hu.
    I have a chair.
  26. Guaha gima'-hu.
    I have a house.
  27. Guaha lepblo-ku.
    I have a book.
  28. Guaha salape'-hu.
    I have money.
  29. Guaha na-hu nankanno'.
    I have food.
  30. When adding pronoun -hu, -su if:
    Stem has final s (lassas-su)
  31. When adding pronoun -hu, -tu if:
    Stem has final t (pachot-tu)
  32. When adding pronoun -hu, -ku if:
    Stem has medial consonant cluster or consonant plus a glide (lepblo-ku, familia-ku)
  33. When adding pronoun -mami, -miyu, and -ñiha, add n before the pronoun if:
    Stem ends in a vowel (siyan-miyu)
  34. Lahi - Lahen-mami
    Boy - Our boy
  35. Che'lu - Che'lon-miyu
    Sibling - Your sibling
  36. Familia - Familian-ñiha
    Family - Their family
  37. Guma' - Gima'-hu
    House - My house
  38. Tokcha' - Tekcha'-hu
    Spear - My Spear
  39. Tali - Tali-hu
    Rope - My rope
  40. Guaha gimen-hu.
    I have a drink.
  41. Guaha ma'estro-ku.
    I have a teacher.
  42. Guaga ga'chong-hu.
    I have an acquaintance.
  43. Guaha amigu-hu.
    I have a friend.
  44. Guaha na'an-hu.
    I have a name.
  45. Guaha atungo'-hu.
    I have a friend.
  46. Guaha tenda-hu.
    I have a store.
  47. Guaha ofisina-hu.
    I have an office.
  48. Guaha saga-hu.
    I have a place.
  49. Kao guaha siya-mu?
    Do you have a chair?
  50. Hunggan, guaha siya-hu./Ahe, taya guaha siya-hu.
    Yes, I have a chair./No, I don't have a chair.
  51. Taya
    "There doesn't exist"
  52. -Hu
    My
  53. -Ku
    My
  54. -Mu
    Your (singular)
  55. -Ña
    His/Her
  56. -Mami
    Our (not including the person you are speaking to)
  57. -Ta
    Our (including the person you are speaking to)
  58. -Miyu
    Your (plural)
  59. -Ñiha
    Their
  60. Lokkue'
    Also
  61. Kao guaha asagua-ta?
    Do we have spouses?
  62. Kao guaha chelon-mami?
    Do we have siblings?
  63. Kao guaha familian-ñiha?
    Do they have a family?
  64. Dankolo yo' - Dankolo yo' lokkue'
    I am big - I am big also

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