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lipu tenpo nanpa akesi

*ilo sitelen li ni

sina wile pali e lipu tenpo nanpa akesi kepeken ilo sitelen la, sina pali e ni:

o kama jo e lipu tenpo nanpa akesi tawa ilo sitelen. o ante e ijo ni:

o pali e lipu lon sinpin tu.

toki Inli:

When you want to print the lipu tenpo out, do this:

Download the printer version (“tawa ilo sitelen”) and change these things:

Choose “print on both” sides. When you do this, you can easily connect the pages now with a stapler.

toki pi “lipu tenpo nanpa akesi”

o kama pona! mi mute li pali mute e ni. mi wile e ni: ni li pona mute a!

o pona tawa jan pali ale! mi mute li pali mute! pilin mi la, ni li pona mute!

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As a title, one expects this to mK IE to be a noun phrase, but, since it contains β€˜e’, it must be a verb phrase, a predicate.It is hard to say. how to do free-stsanding predicates, so the best solution i sprobably to make it a noun phrase by replacing β€˜e’ by β€˜pi’.

pona mute a! tenpo kama la lipu tenpo li sitelen kin kepeken sitelen pona anu seme? mi lukin mute e sitelen pona. mi lukin lili e sitelen loma. lipu ni li pona mute!

mi pali lon sitelen pi lipu ni. ni la, mi wile e ni: jan mute li lukin e ni li pilin pona tan ona. o pona <3

a! pali ni li pona mute tawa mi. tan mi kama sona e ni: lukin e toki pona li sona e toki pona.

ken la, sina sitelen e toki suli sike kulupu pi nimi pona.

toki! mi pini lukin e lipu tenpo ni. ni li pona mute tawa mi! pona a! lipu pi insa ona li musi mute. poka ni la lipu tenpo ni li ilo pona pi pona pi toki pona mi. mi wile pana e lipu lili tawa lipu tenpo kama, la ni li ken ala ken? lipu ni li lon nasi sewi Puta. sina wile, la mi jo e toki musi lili kin tawa lipu tenpo… mi pana ona tawa sina lon nasin seme?

jan Paolo o! o kama tawa ma pi lipu tenpo lon ilo Siko (Discord). sina ken kepeken sitelen wawa “Discord” lon noka pi lipu ni

ni li mute pona tawa mi! mi olin e ona a.
However, the pages of the printable black and white PDF seems to be in the wrong order for them to be folded into a booklet. This isn’t a problem with the coloured version or nanpa mun and nanpa soweli. Would appreciate it if someone looks into it and fixes it!

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