Toki Pona conversation thread

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Tuslaven Kukristo
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Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by Tuslaven Kukristo » 15 Mar 2015 22:16

Toki! Lipu toki ni li lon ni tan mi mute li ken toki e Toki Pona (Tan mi sin en mi wile kama sona toki e ona). Mi wile mi mute jo toki mute sama lon Ingli. Mi pali toki sin: seme sina wile?

Hello! This thread is here for practicing Toki Pona (Because I'm new and need to get some practice). Please include an English translation with your comments. I'll start the conversation, what do ya'll like to do?
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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by kanejam » 16 Mar 2015 10:04

mi kama sona e toki pona, taso sona mute li tawa e mi. Toki pona li pona e mi.

I learnt Toki Pona, but I've forgotten a lot of it. I like Toki Pona.

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by Tuslaven Kukristo » 24 Mar 2015 17:15

kanejam wrote:mi kama sona e toki pona, taso sona mute li tawa e mi. Toki pona li pona e mi.

I learnt Toki Pona, but I've forgotten a lot of it. I like Toki Pona.
mi lukin e ni: sina sin kama sona e Epsanol. mi kama sona e Espanol sama. mi kama sona lon tomo mi; tan mi kepeken Duolingo.

I see that you are learning Spanish. I am also learning spanish. Since I'm homeschooled I'm using Duolingo.
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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by GrandPiano » 09 Feb 2016 23:09

tenpo pini lili la mi kama sona e toki pona. jan pi ma ni li ken ala ken kin toki kepeken ona?
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I've recently been learning Toki Pona. Does anyone here still know how to speak it?
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:chn: - B2
:esp: - A2
:jpn: - A2

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by mahagugu » 19 Sep 2016 20:05

sina ken kepeken e toki pona lon tomo sina la ni li pona tawa sina.

sina kepeken toki pona tan seme?

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by Joncar66 » 20 May 2017 18:20

I've taken 1000 of the most common words in English and am now trying to define them in Toki Pona, but I can't figure out what word or combination of words would make "to be on top". Maybe I've looked over the correct word in the Toki Pona Dictionary [:S]. Help [D:].

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by masako » 21 May 2017 00:37

Joncar66 wrote:I can't figure out what word or combination of words would make "to be on top".
tawa sewi

This is used as "to the area above." That's probably as close as you're gonna get. It would be easier to help if you gave the entire phrase you want to use.

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by GamerGeek » 21 May 2017 18:05

toki!
ken mi toki toki?

言!
能我言言?
Hello!
Can we talk about language here, too?

(Also, is that a good sentance?)
Playing the biggest game of Chinese telephone is fun.

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Re: Toki Pona conversation thread

Post by Luan » 22 Jul 2017 21:59

mi ken toki toki. taso mi pilin e ni: sina wile toki e "mi ken ala ken toki toki?" anu "mi ken toki toki, anu seme?".
We can talk about language. But I think, you have to say "mi ken ala ken toki toki?" or "mi ken toki toki, anu seme?"
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