Éhoo'köho. It's raining.
Épéva'e. It's good.
Étonéto. It's cold.
Énaóotse. He is sleeping.
Évóóhta. He saw it.
Émanëstse. He made it.
Évóomóho. He saw him.
Éhoo'kôhohe? Is it raining?
Épéva'ehe? Is it good?
Étónetohe? Is it cold?
Énaóotsehe? Is he sleeping?
Évóohtahe? Did he see it?
Émanêstsehe? Did he make it?
Évóomovohe? Did he see him?
Móhoo'kôhóhanéhe. It must have rained.
Mópéva'éhanéhe. It must be good.
Mótónetôhanéhe. It must be cold.
Mónaóotsêhéhe. He must be sleeping.
Móvóohtôhéhe. He must have seen it.
Mómanêstsêhéhe. He must have made it.
Móvóomôhevóhe. He must have seen him.
Éhoo'kôhónêse. I've heard it rained.
Épéva'énêse. I've heard it's good.
Étónetónêse. I've heard it's cold.
Énaóotsesêstse. I've heard he's sleeping.
Évóóhtánôse. I've heard he saw it.
Évóomósesto. I've heard he saw him.
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