Example 47-97

E ta ranka paña fo’i waya, koba buraku den kurá, kibra mata, [...] i hopi kos mas.
E
3sg
ta
tns
ranka
pull
paña
clothes
for
from
di
of
waya,
clothesline
koba
dig
buraku
hole
den
in
kurá,
yard
kibra
break
mata,
plant
[...]
[...]
i
and
hopi
many
kos
thing
mas.
more
It will pull clothes off the line, dig holes in the yard, break plants [...] and do many more things.
Comment:
The translation is mine. The writer was commenting on the expected behaviour of a puppy left to entertain itself.
Type:
literary or other written source
Source:
Extra: 7 July 2009, p.5