|Lojban For Beginners — velcli befi la lojban. bei loi co'a cilre|
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Apart from times and dates, this lesson has covered some important points of Lojban grammar.
Some simple lujvo.
The abstractor for states and events, nu, and its terminator, kei.
Conversion — swapping round places — with se.
The sumti tcita: ti'u ('with time') and de'i ('with date').
x1 is a tavern/bar/pub serving x2 to audience/patrons x3
x1 is made of/contains/is a amount of beer/ale/brew brewed from x2
x1 is a bottle/jar/urn/flask/closable container for x2, made of material x3 with lid x4
x1 is an office/bureau/work-place of worker x2 at location x3
x1 requests/asks/petitions/solicits for x2 of/from x3 in manner/form x4
x1 awaits/waits/pauses for/until x2 at state x3 before starting/continuing x4 (activity/process)
x1 desires/wants/wishes x2 (event/state) for purpose x3
x1 reflects German/Germanic culture/nationality/language in aspect x2
x1 understands/comprehends fact/truth x2 (du'u) about subject x3; x1 understands (fi) x3
x1 (event) is late by standard x2
x1 is difficult/hard/challenging for x2 under conditions x3; x1 challenges (non-agentive) x2
x1 meets/encounters x2 at/in location x3
x1 (agent) drinks/imbibes beverage/drink/liquid refreshment x2 from/out-of container/source x3
x1 assumes/supposes that x2 (du'u) is true about subject x3
x1 is a label/tag of x2 showing information x3 (as in sumti tcita)
x1 sees/views/perceives visually x2 under conditions x3
x1 hates/despises x2 (object/abstraction); x1 is full of hate for x2; x2 is odious to x1
x1 (object/event) is at/attending/present at x2 (event/location)
Translate the following from Lojban:
|Exercise 7 (Advanced)|
Translate into Lojban (but only if you're feeling intrepid!):