Our three verbs today are: shuta=do, make; gena=go; wola=ask.
shuta is a verb that needs to have an object even if it is “it.”
Can you find a noun that can be used in a sentence that says: I made it.
gena is the usual verb that says: “you go/went somewhere.”
Can you find a noun that tells you where you went?
When you ask someone, you use wola.
Can you find a noun that is something you ask? You can also ask a person. “I asked Bob.”
We are now going to look at time elements.
Today we will use: ga-ak=long ago, and welisht=just recently, a short time ago.
The sentence we will use is: ni gattka=I am cold!
ga-ak ni gattka. Long ago I was cold.
welisht ni gattka. A short time ago I was cold.