Very Useful Phrases & Sentences, Part 1 (printer friendly)

Cecvfeknete? Are you well? Healthy? Doing all right?

Cehecares. I'll see you. (in the future)

Cehecvres. She will see you (again, at a future time)

Celauwete? (Celawete?) Are you hungry?

Centv vyetv ceyacv? Do you want to go? Would you like to go?

Cewvhnkete? Are you thirsty?

Cvlauwes. (Cvlawes.) I'm hungry.

Ecenokkecis. I love you.

Estvmen ayestskv? Where are you (one) going?

Estvmen ahyetskv? Where did you just go?

Estvmen vhoyatskv? Where are you two going?

Estvmen vpeyatskv? Where are you all going?

Estonkisos. I'm fine. It's going okay.

Estonko? (Stonko?) How is it going? What's happening?

Estvn cukocet ocv? Where is the bathroom?

Fettv oskv? Is it raining outside?

Heyv nakcokvt lvstet os. This book is black.

Hvtvm cehecares. I'll see you again.

Makvs. Kicvs. Say it! (one person only)

Min cehecares. I'll see you there.

Mit omvres. It'll be there.

Momet omv? Really? Is that so?

Mon centv? And you...?

Monkot os. It's not so. No it isn't.

Mv kapvt oklanet os. That coat is brown.

Mvskokē opvnakvn kerretsket omv?Do you know Creek?

Mvskokē opvnakvn kerretv komis. I hope (wish) to learn Creek.

Mvt holattēt os. That one is blue.

Mvto. Thank you.

Naken estometskv? What are you doing?

Naket cehocefkvte? What is your name? (Substitute your own name)

Nakete? What is that? What is it? What's this?

Naken hecetskv? What do you see?

Neskv-cukon vyet omis. I am going to the store.

Nettv hērēn ocvs. Have a good day.

Nvcomv? (Nacomv?) How much? How much is it?

Nvweyv cvhocefkvt os. My name is Nawea. (also Nawiya)

Oskes. It is raining.

Oskv? Is it raining?

Puhecvres. She will see us. (or he)

Ste-catet ometskv? (ontskv?) Are you Indian?

Vsit omes. It's over there.

Vsvn vyvs. Go over yonder.

Estimvt or Stimvt for WHO

Estofvn or Stofvn for WHEN

Estomēcet or Stomēcet for HOW

Estomen or Stomen for WHY

Estvmen or Stvmen for WHERE

Nake, Naken, Naket, Nak for WHAT

Estomen enhecetskv? What is its color? (Literally: How does it appear)

Naken estometskv? What are you doing?

Naken estomv? What is she doing?

Estofvn vhyetskv? When did you just go?

Estofvn hvtvm cehecarete? When will I see you again?

And you...? Mon centv?

Are you hungry? Celauwete? (Celawete?)

Are you Indian? Ste-catēt ometskv? (ontskv?)

Are you thirsty? Cewvhnkete?

Are you well? Healthy? Okay? Cecvfeknete?

Do you know Creek? Mvskokē opvnakvn kerretsket omv?

Do you want to go? You'd like to go? Centv vyetv ceyacv?

Go over yonder Vsvn vyvs.

Have a good day . Nettv hērēn ocvs.

He will see you. (again, future time)Cehecvres.

How is it going? What's happening?Estonko? (Stonko?)

How much? How much is it? Nvcomv? (Nacomv?)

I am going to the store Neskv-cukon vyet omis..

I hope (wish) to learn Creek. Mvskokē opvnakvn kerretv komis.

I love you. Ecenokkecis.

I'll see you again. Hvtvm cehecares.

I'll see you there. Min cehecares.

I'll see you. (in the future) Cehecares.

I'm fine. It's going okay. Estonkisos.

I'm hungry. Cvlauwes. (Cvlawes.)

Is it raining outside? Fettv oskv?

Is it raining? Oskv?

It is raining. Oskes.

It'll be there. Mit omvres.

It's not so. No it isn't Monkot os.

It's over there. Vsit omes.

My name is Nawea. Nvweya cvhocefkvt os. (substitute your own name)

Really? Is that so? Momet omv?

Say it! (one person only) Makvs. Kicvs.

She will see us. (or he) Puhecvres.

Thank you. Mvto.

That coat is brown. Mv kapvt oklanet os.

That one is blue. Mvt holattēt os.

This book is black. Heyv nakcokvt lvstet os.

What are you doing? Naken estometskv?

What do you see? Naken hecetskv?

What is that? What is it? What's this? Nakete?

What is your name? Naket cehocefkvte?

Where are you (one) going? Estvmen ayestskv?

Where are you two going? Estvmen vhoyatskv?

Where are you all going? Estvmen vpeyatskv?

Where did you just go? Estvmen ahyetskv?

Where is the bathroom? Estvn cukocet ocv?

for WHO Estimvt or Stimvt

for WHEN Estofvn or Stofvn

for HOW Estomēcet or Stomēcet

for WHY Estomen or Stomen

for WHERE Estvmen or Stvmen

for WHAT Nake, Naken, Naket, Nak

What is its color? (How does it appear?) Estomen enhecetskv?

What are you doing? Naken estometskv?

What is she doing? Naken estomv?

When did you? Estofvn vyetskv?

When will I see you again? Estofvn hvtvm cehecarete?
 

With careful substitution of other nouns or verbs in these sentences and useful phrases, you will quickly (pvfnē) improve and enlarge you language abilities -- try it! Use every opportunity to review verbs and their many amazing facets. Learn the simply test to see if a verb belongs to the TYPE I (action laden) or TYPE II (condition of being) category.

Always keep in mind that Mvskokē is a Subject - Object - Verb language.

Be sure to mind your Ts, Ns, and Ss as applied to subjects, objects and verbs.

If you also remember a few pronouns, and verbal infixed pronouns along with the vowel sounds that ask questions, you have the basic tools of "Talking Creek." Mvto!