Babwichgé – To Wait

Babwichgé – He/she is waiting

Ngi babwichgé – I waited

Ngi babwichgé nomek – I waited for a while

Ngi babwichgé ibe nomek – I waited over there for a while

Ngi babwichgé ibe nomek wnago – I waited over there for a while yesterday

Ngi babwichgé ibe bégishek wnago – I waited over there all day yesterday

Migadi – To Fight

Gi migadiwik wnago – They were fighting yesterday

Gégo migadiken – Don’t fight/stop fighting

Gégo migadikék – Don’t fight/stop fighting (said to more than one person)

Cho ngi migadisi – I wasn’t fighting

Gwi migadi ne? – Do you want to fight?

Gwi migadishen ne? – Do you want to fight with me?

Zhowasksé – To Go Sledding

Nwi zhowasksé wabek – I will go sledding tomorrow

Ngi zhowasksé wnago – I went sledding yesterday

Ngi zhowasksémen wnago – We (not you) went sledding yesterday

Gge zhowasksémen – Let’s go sledding

Zhwaskwset – Sled

Zhowasksés – Small Sled

Zhoskwajgen – another word for Sled