Deskanz Try - 3
This, that, description
put an/a (the) before a noun and na after it to express that...
put an/a (the) before a noun and ma after it to express this...
Describing what you see
Adjectives are usually placed after the noun they describe (but see list). So Dean younk a young man. If an adjective begins with any of the letters listed in the diagram in lesson 2 and it follows a feminine noun, then its first letter must be softened that applied to "an + a feminine noun".
|Hugez ||Is used before nouns|| |
|Mear ||Generally used in the context of landscapes, extent and things that cannot be weighed or moved. It translates as great but when referring to character or fame use broaz ) for great.||dean broaz A great man|
|Wheag ||is also used for Dear... in letter writing.||Sarah wheag Dear Sir|
|This one, that one|
|Pandreu hedda? ||What is it? Actually means that one (masculine). This is always used when asking what a thing is, even if it turns out to be feminine after identification. |
|Creav eu hedda ||That (that one, that thing, that male) is strong (masculine)|
|Teag eu hodda ||That (that one, that thing, that female) is beautiful (feminine)|
|Keef eu hebma ||This (this one, this thing) is expensive|
|Cuzal eu holma ||This (this one, this female) is quiet (or sly)|
Copyright Teer ha Tavaz 2003, Based on the book Practical Modern Cornish by Richard Gendall (ISBN 0-9537710-5-9)