Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use Ínipuza hwo? Are You Thirsty? by Matt Remle

LRInspire Native language preservation presents Speaking Lakota for Everyday Use : Ínipuza hwo? Are You Thirsty?

Ínipuza hwo/he? (Are you thirsty? m/f)

Ímapuze! (I am thirsty!)

Hiyá, ímapuze šƞí. (No, I am not thirsty.)

Táku latkáƞ yáčhiƞ hwo/he? (What do you want to drink? m/f)

Mni blatkáƞ wáčhiƞ. (I want to drink water.)

Tȟaspáƞ haƞpí yatkáƞ yo/ye! (Drink apple juice! m/f)

Asáƞpi wačhíƞ. (I want milk)

 

dynamic_vector_water_161529Mní (water)

 

 

 

white_porcelain_tea_set_vector_180688Waȟpékȟalyapi (tea)

 

 

 

milk_theme_vector_3_155110Asáƞpi (milk)

 

 

 

apple_juice_box_clip_art_13477Tȟaspáƞ haƞpí (Apple juice)

 

 

 

free_vector_orange_juice_48531Tȟaspáƞzi haƞpí (orange juice)

 

 

 

fries_burger_soda_fast_food_clip_art_13417Kapȟópapi (pop – soda)

 

 

 

cartoon_coffee_cup_stickers_03_vector_181245Wakȟályapi (coffee)

 

 

 

 

By: Wakinyan Waanatan (Matt Remle)
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