How would Thunder say she speaks a little bit of Spanish?
The third answer is correct because it uses the partitive singular particle no (2. does not), the instrumental suffix vâ (1. does not), and the first-person lithic pronoun ţê (4. does not).
How would Stone say he does not speak Foglodyte (Tözenêc)?
Tözenêcvâ tanum möt ţê.
Tözenêcvâ tanum šik möt ţê.
Tözenêcvâ tanum šik möt Ţefam.
Tözenêc tanum šik möt.
The second answer is correct because it is not missing the instrumental suffix (as 4. is), it is not missing the auxiliary verb šik (as 1. is), it is not missing a subject (as 4. is), and it is in the first person (unlike 3.), because Stone is lithic, so he refers to himself in the first-person.
How would Algae say Bird speaks Esperanto (Zamen Tan)? Choose all that apply.
- Con Spanish omno tanum šik ţê.
- Con Spanish omvâ tanum šik ţê.
- Con Spanish omnovâ tanum šik ţê.
- Con Spanish omnovâ tanum šik ro.
The first and second answers are correct. 3. is incorrect because it uses a lithic pronoun, while Bird is faunal; and 4. is incorrect because it is missing the instrumental suffix.
- Zamen Tanvâ tanum šik ro.
- Zamen Tanvâ tanum šik Viţit.
- Zamen Tanvâ tanum šik zo.
- Zamen Tan tanum šik ro.