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Título: Chippewa Exercises; Being a Practical ...
Editorial: Ross & Haines Old Books Company, Minneapolis, MN
Año de publicación: 1971
Condición del libro: Very Good
Very good or better grey ex-library grey cloth hardcover with very minor wear. Book is firmly bound and little used with clean cloth covers. No dust jacket. Ships securely boxed with delivery confirmation on domestic orders. N° de ref. de la librería 5451
Sinopsis: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 Excerpt: ... eossim, eossimin. Verbs ending in ana, ona, and many in ina, change « into j, e. g. j, Jim, jimin; jissi, jissim, jissimin. Ki wabam, nin dash kawin ki wabamissinon, thou seest me, but I do not see thee. Kawin ki wi-pisindawissi, thou wilt not listen to me. Kawin na ki gi-nondawlssi? Didst thou not hear me? Ki gi-pakM nishtigwdning. Thou didst strike me on the (my) head. Ki gi-matchi-dodawim. You have treated me badlyKawin wika gego ki gi-mijissim. You never gave me anything. Ki wi-anoj na tchi anokitonan? Dost thou wish to hire me to work for thee? Nijwabik eta ki gi-mij. Thou didst give me only two dollars. Kawin ki gi-dibadmawissimin. You did not pay us. JVosse, osam enigok ki gi-bashanje. Father, thou didst punish me too severely. Ki wi-giwendjaomin na? Wilt thou order us home? send us back home? Thou dost not see or hear me. Thou didst not pay me. You have treated us badly. You heard us and you listened to us. We were hungry and you have given us nothing to eat. You do not love us. Thou dost not respect me (kawin ki manadjii-ssi.) Lord, thou hast given me life and health. You did not thank me. Thou hast not fully paid me. Thou hast not told me anything. You have promised us to work. You have done me great wrong. Thou didst see us yesterday at Church. Thou hast not spoken to me for a whole year (Kabe-kikinonowin kawin ki gi-ganoJissi). Dost thou send me to the store? Didst thou pay me five dollars? You have promised us many things. You have not thanked us. LESSON XXXVI. The subjunctive and imperative moods; also the participies, affirmative form, of the third conjugation. Subjunctive Mood. Present tense. Dagwishinan, if, that, I arrive. dagwishinan, thou arrivest dagwishing, dagwishinang, dagwishineg, dagwishinowdd dagwishining, dag-wish in in id,...
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