Today we are continuing with the verb “hoslta.” Today we will examine a different aspect of this verb. We know that “hoslta” requires a noun. So far we have examined nouns created from verbs. Today we will look at “normal” nouns when used with “hoslta.”
The sentence structure we will look at is:
Subject + regular noun + sitko + hoslta.
This sentence is used when identifying how a person feels like.
Today I feel like a bear.
gen waytas ni witem sitko hoslta.
sitko is used to say that a person feels like whatever the noun you use.
Whatever regular noun you use is followed by sitko to mean that you feel like that noun.