LESSON FOUR (IRUEMWIN NOGIẸNE)
|a) You are all welcome to this our FAMILY meeting, I thank every member of this family for taking good care of me.
Wa hia fẹrẹ ọbokhian yẹ iko ọghẹ ẸGBẸE ọghi man na, ikpọnmwẹn emwan hia ni rẹ ẹgbẹe na, vbenẹ uwa ya gbaro ghe mwẹn se.
b) GRANDFATHER thank you too, for leading us with your prayer, we also thank our GRANDMOTHER for the part she is playing especially for your health.
EBABA NỌ KHUA, ma vbe kpọnmwọn yẹ odẹ nu ya yẹ erhunmwun suiman khian, eriẹ man vbe kpọnmwẹn IYE NỌ KHUA, zẹ vbẹ iwinna nọye niman, sẹ hia vbe kpaẹ egbe ranmwẹn ruẹn
c) We thank you for not neglecting us, and for coming with our grandchildren to visit us during this holiday.
Ma vbe kpọnmwẹn uwa, nu wa na ma vbe yan gbẹ iman, kevbe nu wa na vbe viẹ avbe eyẹ ọghiman vbe do tuẹ iman
d) MY FATHER INLAW, MY MOTHER INLAW (my crying baby on my lap make it difficult for me to be on my two kneels) I say thank you for your taking me as your daughter, instead of your daughter inlaw. I have been at peace since I got married to your son, I say thank you very much.
ERHỌDỌMWẸN, IYỌDỌMWẸN (ọmọn nọviẹ vbẹ ukegbe mwẹn ma yae khuẹrẹ mẹn ni ya diguẹ) ikpọnmwẹn uwa zẹvbẹ obọ nu wa ya mumwẹn zẹ vbẹ ọmọn, ẹire zẹ vbẹ amwọmọn. Tẹ egbe hia wa rọkhọ mwẹn, ke nẹ iya rọnmwẹn ovbiuwa gha de.
a) Our grandfather and grandmother, what are their names?
Ebaba nọkhua, ke vbẹ iyenọkhua, vba tiẹ iran?
a) My name is Elder Iyamu, my wife’s name is Mrs. Iyamu
Eni mwẹn ọre enọwanrẹn Iyamu, eniẹn ọvbokhanmwẹn ọre amwẹn Iyamu.
b) What is the name of this village, and do you have river around here?
Vba tiẹ ẹvbo na, wa mwẹn ẹzẹ vbẹ ọkpemwan ra?
a) The name of this village is UTỌKA village. There is a river around here that is not too far.
Ẹvbo na, ara tiẹre UTỌKA, ẹzẹ remwan, oma regbe.
b) I am hungry I want to eat rice?
Ohanmwẹn gbe mwẹn, igha riẹ izẹ
a) The next arrangement now is eating, drinking, dancing, after prayer.
Emwan mwan nọ ghi sọregbe nian ọrẹ na gha re, nagha da, ke vbẹ na ghe ku. iyekẹ vba ghe nẹ erhunmwun nẹn.
LESSON FOUR TEST
Translate to Edo Language
- Grandfather, thank you too, for leading us with your prayer.
- I am hungry, I want to eat rice
Translate to English Language
- Tẹ egbe hia wa rọkhọ mwẹn
- Vba tiẹ ẹvbo na?