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From: "Jim Hopkins"

> Daniel44

<< From the cities came the teachers and the doctors, to speak to the people
in one voice of their new world.' >>

> I thought it might be fun for us all to put this into our various
languages.

> In Druni (Itlani):

> "Ta shatardjaiena ta ayzaneku vey heynuzdiu kadimavit onyaren, ta ebonese
> teynieypya ta mu uvakilu vutit fazhenit untara."

In Géarthnuns (some ambiguity, so I had to fudge):

Chak shtülansad ai chauk öinörsaup zhö chauk tezemarsaup lé, öre chö nzöbsök
söi lörhatsöin síretöin chö öbelöbsöb söböb ésh ba möl thauth.

Chak shtülansad ai chauk öinörsaup zhö chauk
the-pl city-post/pl from the-pl teacher-nom/pl and the-pl

tezemarsaup lé, öre chö nzöbsök söi lörhatsöin síretöin
teacher-nom/pl past, in.order the people-dat a voice-instr one-instr

chö öbelöbsöb söböb ésh ba möl thauth.
the world-post their-post about BA speak come

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