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2006-09-03

Hohhot dog

ni'o pa ninmu ne'i la xox xot noi trutca la poi jbimau mongol noi gugypau la jugygug cu jalgau lo karce po vo'a ca'o lo zu'o ctuca lo gerku po vo'a lo nu sazri lo karce i la'e di'u de'i li 08 pi'e 30 cu te jungau fi la cinxuas noi jecta ke nuzba ca'igri i ji'a jungau fi ge lo du'u no da cu se xrani gi ku'i lo du'u lo srana karce cu ja'e milxe spofu

i lo bi'u nai ninmu noi se cmene la'o jy li 李 jy cu cusku lo du'u lo bi'u nai gerku cu nelci lo nu salpo sanli fi lo jitro xislu gi'e so'i roi zgana lo zu'o vo'a sazri lo karce i la cinxuas cu cusku lo jungo panra be lu ly mu'i jdice lo nu curmi lo nu gy ze'i troci ca'o lo nu vo'a jitro lo nilsutra e lo jabre i na'e ve'u klama pu'o lo nu janli pa karce poi fa'a vo'a klama li'u i ly pleji fo lo nu cikre
A woman in Hohhot, the capital of northern China's Inner Mongolia region, crashed her car while giving her dog a driving lesson, the official Xinhua news agency said yesterday. No injuries were reported although the vehicles involved were slightly damaged.

The woman, identified only by her surname, Li, said her dog "was fond of crouching on the steering wheel and often watched her drive". "She thought she would let the dog 'have a try' while she operated the accelerator and brake," Xinhua said. "They did not make it far before crashing into an oncoming car." Ms Li paid for the repairs.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Steve said...

I cannot find half of your gismu's in the vocab lists linked from lojban from org: trutca, jbimau, etc ... am I just confused or are these things listed elsewhere?

05 September, 2006 02:38  
Anonymous komfo,amonan said...

I try to innovate lujvo only when I have to. Sorry for any confusion. {trutca} is spelled out here (second place structure is mine). {jbimau} is just {jibni zei zmadu}; {zmadu} lujvo are discussed in CLL 12:15. Let me know if any others are unclear.

05 September, 2006 10:01  

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