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To be where
Tug ie awe?
Where - where abouts - you?
Where are you?
Tug awe ne.
Where - you - here.
You are here.
Awe ngune ne.
You - here (you go) - (come) here.
You are here.
Ogain awe egada ne.
Literal translation is missing
You were here (before) / You have been here (before).
|To be where|
|Where am I?||Tug ie nga?|
|Where are you?||Tug ie awe?|
|Where is he?||Tug ie amea?|
|Where is she?||Tug ie eita?|
|Where are we?||Tug ie ata?|
|Where are you (plural)?||Tug ie ami?|
|Where are they?||Tug ie ura?|
|I am here||Nga ngune ne.|
|You are here||Awe ngune ne.|
|He is here||Amea ngune ne.|
|She is here||Eita ngune ne.|
|We are here||Ata bwine ne.|
|You (plural) are here||Ami bwine ne.|
|They are here||Ura bwine ne.|
Naoero ngea bwio.
Nauru - literal translation missing - home (with my ending).
Nauru is my home.
Naoero ngea bwio- = Nauru is my home
Naoero ngea bwiom = Nauru is your home
Naoero ngea bwion amea = Nauru is his home
Naoero ngea bwion eita = Nauru is her home
Naoero ngea bwioma = Nauru is our home
Naoero ngea bwiomi = Nauru is your (plural) home
Naoero ngea bwiora = Nauru is their home
- Nauruan word for "it" (Where is it?)
- I am not here / He is not here (negative sentences)
- A few translations are missing