as the heavens are from the earth.
Senior. What is the reason of that?
Junior. Oh, he has been much longer at it, and knows a great deal more. Then he is very studious; he has been committing to memory steadily ever since he began, without stopping; the book is never out of his hand. I should have trouble enough to come up to him.
i genitive affix
sandalabuhabi Ind. Past. (10) of sandalabumbi to be separated.
seci Cond. (6) of sembi to say, call
tacihangge verbal noun (21) of tacimbi to learn
bahanahangge Verbal Noun (21) of bahanambi to comprehend
de in, for
amuran having a passion for
tetele till now
hokoburakū Fut. (5) of hokobumbi to leave off, with akū not
hūlambi to read, study
aljaburakū Fut. of aljabumbi to separate, with akū not
tuwambi to see, to look
amcaki Subj. (7) of amcambi to reach
seci Cond. of sembi to say
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