The following sentences are used constantly to express such ideas as "Oh, good! This is bad. This is enough. This is big. etc." You won't find corresponding words on a 1 to 1 ratio, but the idea is there. The grammar has been explained in Lesson 1.
These are adjectival verbs. These are in the singular:
|It is good. It is okay. It's all right.
|It is bad. It's not okay. It's not all right.
|It is difficult. It's hard. (either an object or a situation)
|It is easy. It is possible. It is close by.
|It is big. It is ample.
|It is small. It is not enough.
|It is fat.
|It is thin.
|It is long or tall.
|It is hot.
|It is soft or cold.
|It tastes good. It is pleasant.
|They are good. They are all right. They are okay.
These words are all adjectival or qualitative verbs in the 3rd person singular 1st Aspect except [gɔwkɛ] which is 3rd
person plural 1st Aspect. The adjectival verb occurs in all aspects.
Write the following:
Learn the next 5 sentences in Pre-Lesson 1.
Learn the forms for farewell.
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