so convenient, it is quite the place for reading men like us.
Junior. It is nice enough, no doubt; the misfortune is that I have no friend to study with, and studying all alone is tame work.
Senior. Well, there needn't be much difficulty on that score. I'll be your fellow-student, provided that I don't bother you; what say you?
Junior. Bore, indeed! It will be a real blessing if you will. I never asked you
icangga fit, convenient
seme Ger. (3) of sembi to say
musei we, with genitive affix i
hulaci Cond. (6) of hūlambi to read [strange loss of ū igen]
acara Fut. Part. (5) of acambi to suit
korsorongge Verbal Noun (21) of Korsombi to be discontented
minde dat. of I
tacici Cond. (6) of tacimbi to learn
eimerakū Fut. Pat. (5) of eimembi to be bored, with akū not
sinde dat. of si thou
arame Inf. (3) of arambi to represent
jici Cond. (6) of jimbi to come
oci Cond. (6) of ombi to be
minde dat. of bi I
oho Pret. (4) of ombi to be, to have
solinaci Cond. (6) of solinambi to go to invite
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