Niwakash' 01.49


01.49.01

S ny niaushiya'k ne heyte'.

My grandson is three years old.


01.49.02

Wa'kne' he tenshnye ne ste'.

Last night I went with him to his gymnastics.


01.49.03

Ne' khkw'tye' thsiyaknyaskwiya'k ne kwteht'.

The sun was setting as we crossed the railroad bridge.


01.49.04

Thsiunshnyehta'shta' wa'aknihkwakhe' ne kaahkwatakwht'.

When they finished practice we went to eat a pizza.


01.49.05

Thsiyaknihkwaktye' wy' ne hkwe teuttsni tyakwatt.

While we were eating the pizza a man came and wanted to sit at our table and eat with us.


01.49.06

"T' na'u't sys?" waeyt'.

I asked him what his name was.


01.49.07

"Kaspar Silvan ' kys," wa' thusnye'.

He said his name was Kaspar Silvan.


01.49.08

"n na'u't ti nisatyeha' nisatyuu'tt?" u'ki'.

And I asked him what he did for a living.


01.49.09

"Nae tek'hushtstha' n'a," wa' ne Kaspar Silvan thusnye'.

"I'm a juggler" said Kaspar Silvan.


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