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    • Sakhamtat says:

      Raah’ubaat! H’asut means “now”
      Akwan salem means “be safe”
      Kawan means “be”, bi Nuwapuyee we have a form for commands. The first haraf (letter) and the “A” move places, they switch. So because I’m commanding or telling yasar to be safe, the “K” and “A” in Kawan switch places and we use “Akwan”. This is called command form.”Nat’uq” means “speak”, “Dzadud” means “say” and “Qasud” means “mean” (as in “what does that mean?”)

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