forget and remember

Forget – ahterę-

 

awayahteręs         I often forget.

[ah-yah-teh-ren-ens]

ay-                   1st person singular patient – 1

-ahterę-            verb root – forget

-s                     habitual aspect

 

ayǫhšędahteręˀ    I forgot your name.

[ah-yonh-shen-dah-teh-ren-en]

-a-                    factual

-yǫ-                  1st person singular agent + 2nd person singular patient – I – you (s)

-hšęd-              noun root – name

-ahterę-            verb root – forget

-ˀ                      punctual aspect

 

Remember, bring to mind -ežara-

 

usayežarahaʼ       I brought it back to mind, remembered it.

[oo-sah-yeh-zhah-rah-hah-ah]

u-                     factual

-s-                    repetitive

-a-                    factual

-y-                    1st person singular agent – I

-ežara-             verb root – remember, bring to mind

-haˀ                  inchoative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

kužuh                          usašežarahaˀ    Have you remembered it\/

[koo-zhooh]

Yes-no-question

 

usašežarahaˀ          You brought it back to mind, remembered it.

[oo-sah-sheh-zhah-rah-hah-ah]

u-                     factual

-s-                    repetitive

-a-                    factual

-š-                    2nd person singular agent – you

-ežara-             verb root – bring to mind, remember

-haˀ                  inchoative root suffix + punctual aspect

 

 

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