Aurrera!: A Textbook for Studying Basque by Linda White

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A beginning-level textual content within the Basque language

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Abokatua Jose da. Jose is a lawyer. 5. Zer da Beltz? What is Beltz? Txak urra da. He’s a dog. Txakurra da Beltz. Beltz is a dog. Beltz txakurra da. Beltz is a dog. answers 6. 31 Nortzuk dira gizonak? Who are the men? Jon eta Jose dira. Jon and Jose are. Jon eta Jose dira gizonak. Jon and Jose are (the) men. You could also include Txema and Brandon, because the word mutila (boy) can include young men in their early twenties. 7. X Nor da banpiroa? Who is a vampire? urga da. Xurga is. Xurga da banpiroa.

Hori kotxea da. What is this? It’s a car. That’s a car. That is a car. Zer da Xurga? Banpiroa da. Xurga banpiroa da. Banpiroa da Xurga. What is Xurga? He’s a vampire. Xurga is a vampire. Xurga’s a vampire. Zer zarete? Ikasleak gara. Gu ikasleak gara. )? We’re students. We are students. Zer dira haiek? Otsogizonak dira. Haiek otsogizonak dira. What are they? They are werewolves. They are werewolves. Nor da hau? Irakaslea da. Who is this? She’s / he’s the teacher. Nor zara zu? (Y our name) naiz. Who are you?

This is especially true of brief declarative sentences such as t hose we’ll be creating in our early lessons. This is not the same order we use in English. Ia m a teacher. S (subject) V (verb) P (predicate) Ni irakaslea naiz. S (subject) P (predicate) V (verb) As you can see from the latter example, affirmative sentence order in Euskara is different from that of English. ■ Negative word order ■ n ot e : Obs erve t he c hange in lo cation o f t he v erb in s entences w here y ou make a negative statement: Ni irakaslea naiz.

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