Movement to a person and talking to a person
This lesson about going to a person and talking to a person.
We know one ending that means “to”: the ending –wi or –bi. We recall that they are the same ending, but we use –bi after a consonant sound: we say Johnnywi but Agnesbi.
The ending –wi/ –bi means different things:
- a person owns something
- something is given to a person
- to a place or at a place
But there is another ending meaning “to”: the ending –:gal.
Visiting a person and talking to a person: –:gal
When we go to a person, or when we are already with a person, we use the ending –:gal.