er, prep.indicates specific (as opposed to non-specific) object noun phrase in certain constructions [similar to how 'the' is different from 'a']; used to precede the object of locational, directional, source, temporal, and causal phrases.
er a omeketakl a ilekelel a tekoi e dirrek el omech; chad er a Belau, ak merael er a chelechang.
eracont.er a
racont.er a
Examples:
> The meat will be eaten by the old man.
> My father is building our new house.
> The religion of these people is worthless.
> My throat feels sore.
> Then in my anger I will turn on you.
Proverbs:
> Like a person somewhere taking a bath, but I'm cold.
Applies to any embarrassing act, such as boasting or gossiping, on the part of a friend.
> You're like the old man of Ngerechelong who uses a cloud to mark the location of his fishtrap.
i.e. you depend too much on people who are unreliable.
> You're like the Ngcheangel banana (meduch a ngerel).
You're all talk and no action).
> It's like the birth of a rat with one offspring per mother.
It's something that happens just once, something I put up with only once. According to this saying, the rat bears but one litter. Hence the application "once is enough" about an act that bears no repeating.
> You're like the bisech plant in the backyard which has no purpose.
A person who isn't trusted so he/she is not needed.
More Examples:
> When is our test?
> My kids are so unruly sometimes.
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> Wait for the water to boil and then put in the tapioca.
> Sit on the opposite side of the window

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