te, pro.they/them (nonemphatic).
te a tir, te ngar ker? te mor ker? te ngerang?
Examples:
> They're Koreans (who eat peppery food).
> They're from Ngeremlengui or Ngardmau where cheremrum are abundant.
> They are really upset.
> One hundred people voted.
> There were some people who were ritually unclean because they had touched a corpse.
Proverbs:
> They are as though eating deldalech.
Deldalech is the material once used to blacken teeth in Palau. When the deldalech was applied it was "eaten" by keeping the mouth and lips completely immobile for several hours until the dye had set. May be applied to a meeting at which some problem is presented for discussion and no discussion takes place, all the participants sitting in stony silence; also to a person or group that receives a reprimand in silence.
> They're from Angaur.
They eat rope; rope is used to tie slaves and is therefore a symbol of inferiority.
More Examples:
> Yes, a lot of people were dancing.
> They each took their own raft to go fishing.
> Her father picked his daughter onto his shoulder as her foot was hurting and they walked home.
> How many females are wearing rings?
> Who's making all the commotion outside?
te, n., [From Japanese] ability; skill; style.
meoud a teexpr.slow witted.
mereched a teexpr.clever.
Examples:
> Mothers tend to worry about their children.
> If there are fifty innocent people in the city, then ...
> The travelers stopped being thirsty in a few hours.
> The children ate all the apples yesterday.
> Maybe they've gotten sick.
Proverbs:
> They are as though eating deldalech.
Deldalech is the material once used to blacken teeth in Palau. When the deldalech was applied it was "eaten" by keeping the mouth and lips completely immobile for several hours until the dye had set. May be applied to a meeting at which some problem is presented for discussion and no discussion takes place, all the participants sitting in stony silence; also to a person or group that receives a reprimand in silence.
> They're from Angaur.
They eat rope; rope is used to tie slaves and is therefore a symbol of inferiority.
More Examples:
> They each have their own responsibilities.
> Our neighbor and my mom went to the farm, they will be making grated cassava.
> They were pushing each other and he slipped and split his head.
> Who's making all the commotion outside?
> The kids from school are so well behaved, they are picking up the trash on the sides of the road.

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