and I have looked, I assure you, everywhere (for a school) and left no place unexamined; but in our neighbourhood, I am sorry to say, there is no school for Manchu.
I was thinking that the one you go to would do for me well enough, and that one of these days I might commence my attendance. Will you be so good as to say a word for me to the master beforehand?
Junior. Ah! I see you think that it is a regular professor that teaches us; but that
silgime Ger. (3) of silgimbi to put into
baihanahakū Pret. (4) of baihanumbi to go to search, with akū not
musei we two, with genitive affix i
ubai here, with genitive affix i
šurdeme all round
gūnici Cond. (6) of gūnimbi to think
tacire Fut. Part. (5) of tacimbi to learn
hendure Fut. (5) of hendumbi to speak
hūlanaki Subj. Pres. (7) of hūlanambi to go to read
mini gen. of bi I
funde postpost. for
gisureci Cond. (6) of gisurembi to speak
ojoroo can, may, with interrogative o
age elder brother, sir
mende dat. plur. of be we
tacibure Fut. Part. (5) of tacibumbi to teach
be accusative affix
sembi to say, call;
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