|MaameŠ AťmmaŠ yŮ űbaŠa paŠ. ŌhwŮŠ
neŠ 'kuŠnu neŠ ne mmaŠ yše. —nnŮŠ WukuŠo yŮ dwaŠda. MaameŠ AťmmaŠ bŮŠkű
aŠkűŠdi dwaŠ. ŌfaŠ sikaŠ, faŠ bűŠtűŗ keŠtewa bš kaŠ hŁť. Ōde ne baŠ hyŮŠ
AťfeŠi űsš soŠ kűŠ dwaŠm. Ne fše neŠ dwaŠm kwaŠn nwareŠ koŠraa. —nkyŮŠ koŠraa na űaduŠru hűŠ.
ŌduŠru a‚ űkyšni dwaŠm hwehwŮŠ nneŠŮma a‚ űŠpŮ. ŌtűŠ naŠm, nkyeŠne, gyeeŠne, nkaŠteŮ, akatoŠa neŠ atosodeŠŮ pii. Ōde ne nneŠŮma noŠ nyinaŠa guŠ bűŠtűŗ noŠ muŠ saŠn baŠ fše.
ŌbaŠ fše a‚ űnoaŠ fuŠfuo maŠ neŠ 'kuŠnu neŠ ne mmaŠ. DwaŠda bšara űnoaŠ fuŠfuo a‚ űŠyŮŠ nkwaŠn dŮdŮŠŮdŮ kaŠ hŁť. Obšara dš maŠ ne hŁť tűŠ no.
—nnŮŠ MaameŠ AťmmaŠ faa sikaŠ kűű dwaŠm kűtűŠűŗ naŠm bŮnoaŠaŗ fuŠfuo maa ne mmaŠ neŠ neŠ 'kuŠnu diie.
|Mrs. Amma is a good woman. She
looks well after her husband and her children. Today, Wednesday, is market
day. Mrs. Amma will go shopping. She takes money and a bag (in addition).
She puts her child on her back.
Then she sets about to go to the market. Her house is not far from the market. Soon after she has arrived there.
When she arrives there she roams about the market to look for the items she wants to buy. She buys meat (or fish), salt, onions, peanuts, a melon and many spices. She puts all her things into her bag and returns home.
When she comes home, she prepares (= cooks) fufu for her husband and her children. Every Monday she prepares fufu with a very delicious soup. Everybody gets satisfied.
Today, Mrs. Amma took money to go to the market to buy meat and (came home to prepare) prepared fufu for her children and her husband to eat.
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