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Lesson 7

Dakoteyah Wogdaka!
Talk Dakota!

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Lesson 7

Aηpetu Iyohi Iapi
(everyday words)

Tuwe (who) Dena (these)
Toketu/toked (how) Iye (they)
Toka (why) Hećiya/kakiya/hed (there)
Tokiya (where) Etaηhaη (from)
Taku (what) Ekta/ed (at)
Tohaη (when) Oηǵe (some)
Tukte (which) Iyuha/owasiη (all)
Tukted/tokiya (somewhere) Tokata (future)
Ohiηna (always) Hekta/ehaηna (past, long ago)
Tohiηnaśni (never) Ya/iya/iyaye (go, went, gone)
Waηćanaη (once) U (come)
Ećanaη (soon) Ku/h́di (return, returned)
Kiη (the) Opetoη/wopetoη (buy, shop)
Ka/na/nakuη (and) Kaźuźu/wokaźuźu (pay, payment)
Kaiś/naiś (or) Kaǵapa (drive)
Kiηhaη (if) Mani (walk)
Tuka/tka/tkaiś (but) Omani (travel)
Eśa (though) Oh́na/imahed (in, inside)
Nakuη (also, and, too) Akaη (on)
Waηna (now) Heće (so)
Hehaη/ehaηtuyaη (then)
Ehaηtu (at that time)
Ićaη (just then, in the meantime)
Tohuηtu/tuktekted (sometime, sometimes)
He (that)
De (this)
Hena (those)

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