VAI Practicum 18 Subjunctive Conjunct

(1) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons
Máhta kii aa kpáawu wiinamalsíite.
You should not come if s/he is sick
(peew vai he comes)

You should not come if I am sick.
I should not come if you are sick.
Ye should not come if we are sick.
We should not come if ye are sick.
He should not come if they are sick.

(2) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons
Katá-ch-páate wíikŭyaan-uch ndápi.
If he intends to come I’ll stay at home.
(peew vai he comes)

If I intend to come will you stay at home?
If we intend to come will he stay at home?
If ye intend to come we will stay at home.
If you don’t intend to come, they will not stay at home.
He won’t come if you won’t be there.

(3) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons

Ápih numanóongsi áalu-ayáane.
I’ll be mad if I can’t go

(4) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons
Neeka-ch wiinamalusuw mah miitsiikwe.
He will be sick if he does not eat.

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(5) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons
Nii uch nzhiiwasani ahwu-alohkayáanu.
I will be tired if I work hard.

(6) Using the example sentence, conjugate to all other persons

Neekáawa piish aa maw-alohkéewak akaawihlatoohtíite
They should be able to go to work if they hurry
akaawíhlatoow voti hurry ngakaa—
píish pc indeed, yes

(7) Translate

Miitsíite-uch.
Let him eat.

Let him go.
Let him come.