dic mbosant nanokens!
(Good morning everyone!)
gen waytas ndanniks gi.
(Today is Wednesday.)
We have talked about colors for a few days now. Let’s try something different. Let’s talk about all the things you can hear. The Klamath verb to hear is: domna.
The sentence structure for this is: ni ___ domna. In the blank you can put whatever you hear.
How many different things can you hear. In the hand out: Klamath nouns, verbs and non-nouns, in the section on nouns, there are at least 20 things you can hear. There are a few more if you include pronouns. As in English, Klamath has subject pronouns and object pronouns. “I” is the subject pronoun and “me” is the object pronoun.
Pronouns can be tricky. Let’s start with these.