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1.They made a harbor on the lagoon side of the island.Raar abaiki arin āneoaba
2.The American soldiers created a harbor on the lagoon side of this island for our government.Rūttariṇae in Amedka ro raar abaiktok arin aelōñ in ñan kien ṇe ad.aba
3.I put the fender on.Abọū.abọ
4.When are they putting the fender on?Renaaj abọiki ñāātabọ
5.Let's step on it cause it's getting dark.Ekwe eabōbbōbḷọk bwe eboñ.abōbbōb
6.They're on their way bring us some apples.Rej etal in kaabōḷtok kijed.abōḷ
7.Be careful they don't pour apples on your head.Lale raabōḷe bōraṃ.abōḷ
8.There are lots of apples on that table over there.Eabōḷe eoon tebōḷ uweo.abōḷ
9.The drag on the bottom of the boat is the cause of it not running fast.Aborin kapin wa in ekōṃṃan an bat.abor
10.The statue maker put fingers on President Johnson's statue.Ri-kōṃṃan ekjab eo ear kōṃṃan addiin ekjab eo ekjabin Būreejtōn Jọọnjen.addi
11.What caused the narrow gashes you see on the reef around the island?Ta eo ear kōṃṃan addiin pedpedin āninaddi
12.She put a little finger on the doll with a piece of cloth.Ear kaaddi-diki (kōṃṃan addi-dikin) tọḷe eo kōn mōttan nuknuk.addi-dik
13.Why doesn't he hurry up and use his middle finger so we can be on our way?En addi-eoḷapeḷọk bwe jen etal.addi-eoḷap
14.He's got his eyes on your watch.Ej addikdiki waj ṇe aṃ.addikdik
15.Could you put a thumb on the doll for her?Kwōmaroñ ke addi-lepe ḷọk tọọḷe ṇe nejin?addi-lep
16.Have they put a thumb on the statue?Renañin kaadi-lepe ke ekjab eṇ?addi-lep
17.There are lots of giant clam shells on the beach of this island.Eḷap wōt an adede arin āninaded
18.His fingers fell on the ground.Etūṃ aden ṇailaḷaden
19.The adenpe sharks on the ocean side of this island are fierce.Elāj adenpein likin āninadenpe
20.They're fishing for adenpe sharks on the ocean side.Erraṇ rej kaadenpe ilik.adenpe
21.He's put on airs due to the promotion.An utiejḷọk ekaadpāiki.adpā
22.Hurry up and let him carry it in the basket so we can be on our way.Kwōn kaudwadoikiḷọk bwe jen etal.aduwado
23.How many cisterns are there on this island.Jete aebōj-jimeeṇ iānin?aebōj-jimeeṇ
24.He dug a well on the land for her.Ear aebōj-laḷe ḷọk wāto eo ñaneaebōj-laḷ
25.We're bound to be lucky when we fish with a surrounding net on a dark night with the tide coming in.Eban jab jeraaṃṃan ad eọñōd ilo aejekin ibwijtok.aejek
26.The surface of the ocean on the leeside of this island's is smoother than that of Jemo Island.Eḷae ḷọk ioon aejetin liklaḷin ānin jān Jemọ.aejet
27.Better not fool around with his wife or he'll put a spell on you.Jab aelellọḷe bwe enaaj kọọle eok.aelellaḷ
28.The squall caused the current to flow out on the surface of the water.Kōto jidik eo ekaaelik ioon dān.aelik
29.He's planting pandanus of the Aelok variety on that wātoEj ekkat bōb bwe en kaaeloke wāto eṇ.Aelok
30.He bestowed his land on his descendants.Ear kaaelōñe ajiri ro nejin.aelōñ
31.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.aelōñ
32.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.aelōñ
33.The shimmering of the water on the lagoon surface means that it's windy.Aemuujin ioon dān ej kallikkar bwe ekkōtoto.aemuuji
34.The northward flowing current is greatest on the ocean side of Ḷōñar in Arṇo.Aeniñeañḷọk tata likin Ḷōñar ilo Arṇo.aeniñeañḷọk
35.They're more peaceful on the outer islands.Raenōṃṃanḷọk ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.aenōṃṃan
36.Put more pressure on my boil to get the pus out.Kaaertok wōt e bwe en rup.aer
37.Put it on my left shoulder.Likūti ioon aera tuanmiiñ.aerā
38.The trees on Jāltō Island are the most scorched.Aerartata keinikkanin Jāltō.aerar
39.He feels the blood pressure on his face.Eaerin bōtōktōk turin mejān.aerin bōtōktōk
40.The current on the ocean side of Naṃdik Island is hazardous.Aetin likin Naṃdik ekauwōtata.aet
41.The current on the ocean-side is stronger than in the lagoon, however, the current in the pass is the strongest flowing eastward.Eaet ḷọk lik jān ar ak eaetak tata lowaan to eṇ.aet
42.The current flows west on the lee side of the atollEaeto rilikin aelōñ in.aeto
43.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.aetọ
44.Why do you dwell on your anger?Etke kwōj kaaetok aṃ illu?aetok
45.It is said that there is always ice on the water at the North Pole.Rej ba eaiji ioon dān ilo North Pole aolep iien.aij
46.There are many Aij pandanus trees on this island.Eaiji meḷan āninAij
47.There's more ice on the water this year than last year.Eaiji ḷọk ioon dān iiō in jān iiō eo ḷọkaij
48.Pour ice cream on his cake for him.Aijkudiimi ḷọk keek ṇe kijen.aij kudiiṃ
49.Why does this piece of cake have more ice cream on top of it than that one over there?Taunin an aijkudiimi ḷọk keek iiō jān keek iieṇ?aij kudiiṃ
50.The island has lots of aijo plant on itEaijoe meḷan āninaijo
51.I'm living on the north side of the island.Ij jokwe i aiknein āninaikne
52.Better than letting him go on like this as if he's sailing this boat single-handedly,” the Boatswain replied. P1047Eṃṃanḷọk jān an āindeṇe im āinwōt ej jānwōde wa in,” Bojin eo euwaak.āinde-
53.The women are on a diet.Liṃaraṇ rej kaainniñniñ.ainiñ
54.They are closing the hatches on that ship because it's raining.Rej kiil aj kaṇ an wa eṇ bwe ewōt.aj
55.Let's be on our way.Kōjeañ ajādik.ajādik
56.Ok, for now I’m going to wander over to that boat and find out what’s going on,the old man said. P133Ekwe ij ja ajādik tok ṃōk ñan wa eṇ im eọroñ ennaan,” ḷōḷḷap eo eba.ajādik
57.There are more hard rocks on the ocean side of the island than before.Eajaje ḷọk likin ānin jān ṃoktaajaj
58.When the drummer started beating on his drum the audience was amazed.Ri-aje eo eḷak pikūri aje eo nājin, eḷọkjān an armej ro.aje
59.After the atom bomb was detonated in the Bikini lagoon, there followed a deluge of dead fish washed up on the shores of the islands.Ālikin an atomiik baaṃ eo debokḷok ilo ṃaḷoin Pikinni, eḷak ajeḷḷā ḷọk ek iparijet.ajeḷḷā
60.My working alone won't have any negative effect on our relationship.Ajerreū ejamin kōṃṃan oktak in kōtaan nokwōn eo arro.ajerre
61.Please put scrapings of sweet smelling drift nut on his flower wreath.Ajete tok ṃōk wūt e wūtin.ajet
62.The weight of the duffle bag was a burden on himEddo eo an pāāk in nuknuk eo ekaajjibanbane.ajjibanban
63.He was found all by himself on the island.Raar loe ej ajjimakeke iāneo.ajjimakeke
64.He stood on tiptoes in order to see.Ear ajjuknene em alwōj.ajjuknene
65.He made the boy hop around on one foot.Ear kaajjukneneik ḷadik eo.ajjuknene
66.They both hopped on one foot to school.Erro kar ajjukneneḷọk ñan ṃōn jikuuḷ eo.ajjuknene
67.When I try to, it's hard to stand on the tip of my toes.Iḷak itōn kajjioñ epen ajjuknene.ajjuknene
68.You limp more than I do so get on the truck.Kwaajukubḷọk jān ña innām kwōn uwe.ajjukub
69.There are more huts on Lọto island than on Piepe island.Eajjuriḷọk Lọto jān Piepe.ajjuur
70.There are more huts on Lọto island than on Piepe island.Eajjuriḷọk Lọto jān Piepe.ajjuur
71.There is usually no one living on either end of an island.Ajokḷāin juon āne ekkā wōt an ejjeḷọk armej ej jokwe ie.ajokḷā
72.The mound of stones on the northern end of the island is bigger.Eajokḷāḷọk jabōn ānin tuiōñ.ajokḷā
73.It's the gnawing of a human because there's still some left on it.Ajoḷjoḷin armej bwe ej wōr wōt bween.ajoḷjoḷ
74.Make them gnaw on the pandanus keys.Kwōn kaajoḷjoḷi kōn bōb kaṇe.ajoḷjoḷ
75.Her relying so much on child help will be her downfall.Ajriin uwaakin kōrā eṇ enaaj kōjerataiki.ajriin uwaak
76.She's known for relying on children to do chores for her.Eaajriin uwaake lieṇ.ajriin uwaak
77.Whatever he does always gets fouled up in the end because he relies on child help.Ejerata ḷokwan an jerbal kōn an kijoñ ajriin uwaak.ajriin uwaak
78.Your actions are based on child labor.Kwaajriin uwaak aṃ jerbal.ajriin uwaak
79.While he was whistling a black noddy flew over and landed on the Captain’s right shoulder. P1035Ej ja ajjewewe bajjek wōt ijo ak ekā tak juon jekad im jok ioon aeran anbwijmaroñ.ajwewe
80.On the lagoon shore of what land tract did you catch that akajin fish?Akajinin arin ṃōta ṇeakajin
81.The lagoon side of Piñlep Island has more akajin fish than the lagoon side of Bōtto Island, however, most of the akajin fish can be found on the ocean side of Mejatto Island.Eakajiniḷok arin Piñlep jān arin Bōtto, ijoke eakajintata likin Mejatto.akajin
82.The skin on your back is peeling.Eākilkil likūṃ.ākilkil
83.She never buys on credit. She always pays for what she buys.Ejaje akkaun lieṇ. Ej kōḷḷā aolep iien ej wia.akkaun
84.You have bad credit because you don't pay on time.Enana akkauniṃ bwe kwōj jab kajejjet aṃ kōḷḷā.akkaun
85.I bought my trousers on credit at Grant's store.Iar akkauni jedọujij e iṃōn Kūraan.akkaun
86.Whose fingernail is this on the chair?Akkiin wōn e ioon jea e?akki
87.There are lots of mullet on the ocean side of this island.Eakōre likin āninakōr
88.There were more mullet on the oceanside yesterday than today.Eakōreḷọk lik kar inne jān rainiin.akōr
89.They (two) are catching mullet on the lagoon side for usErro ej kaakōrtok kijed iaar.akōr
90.I'm keen on listening to their singing.Eitok limoū roñjake aer al.al
91.Did you notice the phosphorescence on the ocean side of the outer reef last night?Kwaar lo ke aḷak eo ilikin baal boñ?aḷak
92.Is the white parrotfish plentiful on the ocean side of the island?Eaḷakiie ke ek mouj ilikin āninaḷakiie
93.The caretaker's descendants thought they truly owned the land they were staying on.Ro jibwin ri-alal eo raar ḷōmṇak lukkuun aer bwidej eo rej jokwe ie.alal
94.The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.Aḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.aḷaḷ
95.The school construction lumber is on its way here on the field trip ship.Aḷaḷin ekkal ko an jikuuḷ rej itok wōt ioon piiḷtūreep eo tok.aḷaḷ
96.The flower buds on the flower tree she planted have a sweet smell to them.Eñaj albokin raan wūt eṇ kōtkan.albok
97.The old lady made her daughter wear her hair loose on her back and took her to the chief.Leḷḷap eo ear kaaleake ledik eo nejin im bōkḷọk ñan irooj eo.aleak
98.Don't wear your hair loose on your back to the church because the parson will scold you.Kwōn jab aleakḷọk ñan ṃōnjar eṇ bwe ri-kaki eṇ enaaj lu eok.aleak
99.You should wear your hair loose on your back because it is becoming on you.Kwōn aleak bwe ekōkōjaiji eok.aleak
100.You should wear your hair loose on your back because it is becoming on you.Kwōn aleak bwe ekōkōjaiji eok.aleak
101.She naturally wears her hair loose on her back so provocatively.Kar baj ri-aleak wōt.aleak
102.Every time she wears her hair loose on her back I nearly go out of my mind.Eḷak aleak eitōn tūṃ ḷōmṇakaleak
103.The Captain says you should come onboard and wait for him on the boat,” I repeated to the old man standing on the dock. P65Kapen e ej ba kwōn uwe tok in kōttare ioon wa e,” iāliji ḷọk ñan ḷōḷḷap eo ej jutak ioon wab eo.ālij
104.The Captain says you should come onboard and wait for him on the boat,” I repeated to the old man standing on the dock. P65Kapen e ej ba kwōn uwe tok in kōttare ioon wa e,” iāliji ḷọk ñan ḷōḷḷap eo ej jutak ioon wab eo.ālij
105.Don't keep on saying the same thing over and over.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ ālijinmenālijinmen
106.When I was done bailing, I went back up on deck. P989Ke ekar maat ālimi, ibar wanlōñ ḷọkālim
107.The song you just heard was a song traditionally sung by ancient Marshall Islander men while steering a canoe on a sailing expedition.Alin ṃur men eo ej kab jeṃḷọkḷọk.alin ṃur
108.The throng was taking an evening stroll on the beach.Jar ko wōj raṇ rej aḷkōnar ioon bok.aḷkōnar
109.Don't turn your back on me.Kwōn jab ālkuri .ālkurkur
110.She was sunbathing on the beach.Lio ej aḷkwōjeje ioon bok.aḷkwōjeje
111.Go pick an Aḷḷañinwa pandanus for us to chew on.Kwōn ilān okwajtok juon daarro Aḷḷañinwa.Aḷḷañinwa
112.The children and playing and dangling on the leaves of the coconut tree.Ajri ro raṇ rej ikkure im allitoto ilo kimejān ni eṇ.allitoto
113.Stop dangling on my back because I'm tired.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ allitoto ilikū bwe ikajjinōk.allitoto
114.Don't dangle on the branch of the breadfruit tree because you'll break it.Kwōn jab allitoto iraan ṇe bwe enaaj bwilọk.allitoto
115.The monkey was dangling on the branches of the tree.Ṃañke eo ej allitoto iraan wōjke eo.allitoto
116.I'm on my way to snare it.Ij ilān alluketok.allok
117.Bring the bow a bit more to the wind and you'll be on targetLetak jidik bōran wa ṇe im enaaj allọk.allọk
118.How many months were you on Arno?Jete allōñūṃ ṇa i Arṇoallōñ
119.I have been on this islet one month now.Juon de allōñū ṇa āninallōñ
120.You're on next month.Allōñ eo aṃ in allōñ in laḷ.allōñ in laḷ
121.Is there any of the aḷḷorkaṇ pandanus variety on this island?Ewōr ke aḷḷorkaṇ iānin?Aḷḷorkaṇ
122.The bad guy was running by on the horse when the good guy lassoed him.Ri-nana eo ej ja ettōrḷọk wōt ioon ọọj eo ak kaubowe eo ealluke.alluke
123.His chanting spurred us on to complete the hard task.An roro ear kaalmaroñe am kōtōprak jerbal eo epen.almaroñ
124.Beware of breaking the taboos or our medicines will bring on adverse effects.Lale aṃ aḷok bwe enāj rọọl utōn wūno kaṇe arro.aḷok
125.I noticed him marking on the calendar the date on which his island was invaded.Iar lo an aḷōṃṇake raan eo Amedka eaar jodiki aelōñ eṇ an.aḷōṃṇak
126.I noticed him marking on the calendar the date on which his island was invaded.Iar lo an aḷōṃṇake raan eo Amedka eaar jodiki aelōñ eṇ an.aḷōṃṇak
127.Why do you break the taboo and sing up on that breadfruit tree?Taunin aṃ kọkkure ṃanet im aluej iraan ṇealuej
128.From then on, we stopped cooking rice. P1012 (ammem and kijemmem are (E) first person plural exclusive forms)Jān iien eo im wōnṃaan ḷọk ekar bōjrak ammem kōmat kijemmem raij.am
129.He's the type who cashes in on any opportunity that comes by. or He's an opportunist.Ri-amān jokḷā in men eṇ.amān
130.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.amān
131.Would you like to be assigned the task of pounding things on the anvil?Kwokōṇaan ke ri-aṃbōḷ?aṃbōḷ
132.Pound it on the anvil for me.Kwōn aṃbōḷetok ñan ñaaṃbōḷ
133.Pound it on the anvil.Kwōn noe ioon aṃbōḷ ṇeaṃbōḷ
134.Watch your eating so you don't leave candy crumbs on the table.Lale aṃ ṃōñā ijeṇe bwe kwōnaaj kaametōṃaiki ioon tebōḷ ṇeametōṃa
135.We feel at home now living on our own land.Jaamṇak kiiō bwe jej jokwe ioon bwidej in ad.amṇak
136.Those who live on their inherited land have nothing to worry about.Ri-amṇak ejjeḷọk aer inepata.amṇak
137.How about playing that song on the harmonica for us.Aṃonikaiktok ṃōk al ṇeaṃonika
138.Play a number on the harmonica so I can see if you're good.Aṃonika ṃōk bwe in lale kwojeḷā ke.aṃonika
139.Our bodies will die and disappear but our souls will live on foreverĀnbwinnid enaaj mej im jako ak an kein ad renaaj mour wōt ñan indeo.an
140.Would you then work on my toy canoe to make it fast?Kwōmaroñ ke kab ane tok riwut e waō?an
141.The person who worked on a canoe to make it sail fast got lost at sea.Ri-an wa eo epeḷọk.an
142.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āne
143.Change the course of this boat or it'll go aground on the anbweKwōn kōjere wa in bwe enaaj itaak ilo anbwe ṇeanbwe
144.The Anbwilwa pandanus species is found only on Roñḷap.Ewōr wōt Anbwilwa ilo Roñḷap.Anbwilwa
145.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.āne
146.Almighty God appeared to Moses on Mount Sinai.Anij Ḷapḷap ear waḷọk ñan Moses ioon Toḷ Sinai.Anij Ḷapḷap
147.This cut on my hand is infected.Eanilen kinej e peiū.anilen
148.Put on your underclothes.Kwōn anilowaik eok.anilowa
149.I don’t know when he saw a glimpse of us on the road, and why he knew we were trying to reach the house. P227Iñak ñāāt wōt eo ekar lo animrokaṃro ilowaan iaḷ eo, kab etke ejeḷā ke kōṃro ej jibadek ḷọk ṃweoanimroka-
150.I heard the chief is on the island now?” P124Āinwōt ij roñ ke irooj eo ṇe i ānin?”ānin
151.Didn’t the two of you notice from the way the wind was blowing that we were on the lee side of the island, but now as the wind blows, it’s clear we’re at a distance from the island? P922Koṃro kar kile ke an añināne raan eo ak kiiō eñin eḷak detak ekalikkar ad ettoḷọk jān āneañinene
152.Hurry on for they're calling you.Kairḷọk bwe rej āñiñin eok.āñiñin
153.The people on this island are famous for their expertise in keeping the sharks from attacking people.Ebuñbuñ anjin-pakoin ri-āniin.anjin-pako
154.Put wood on the fire so it doesn't die out.Ankaane kijek ṇe bwe en jab kun.ankaan
155.The boat slowly turned to the north and when it was finally on course the sail filled with wind and we started to advance slowly. P851Im jidik wōt an wa eo jino jaaḷ im ḷak anlọk, eletlet wūjḷā eo im wa eo ejino ajādik.anlọk
156.He is so spiritual, he has a halo on his head.Joñan an jejetōbtōb (ejjetōbtōb), eao.ao
157.It's anchored on the lagoon side.Ej memaan (emmaan) (iar).ar
158.Then this man beached it on the Kwajalein lagoon beach and fixed it up, and changed it into a sailing ship. P6Innem ḷein ekar ārōke ḷọk iarin Kuajleen im kaaṃtōūki im wa in ekar oktak ñan juon boojin jerakrōk.ār
159.The nurses rubbed alcohol on the baby to reduce its fever.Nōōj ro raar arkooḷe niñniñ eo bwe en dik ḷọk an pipa.arkooḷ
160.The strangers on the island are now demonstrating and protesting.Armej jeedwaanin ro iānin raṇ rej kūtōltōl.armej jeedwaan
161.You three and who else were on the island when it burned?Koṃjel āt eo koṃjel kar pād iāneo ke ej bwil?āt
162.Who is with you there on the boat; where is the Captain?” P57"Kwe āt ṇe i wa ṇe, ewi Kapen eo?"āt
163.Who else is coming with me? (Addressing someone else not within sight, like on the phone.) Ij āt waj?āt
164.Mr. Engineer, you and the Boatswain bring your boat up alongside that boat over there,” the Captain said and then climbed up when he saw the Old Man and the Chief standing with the other people on the pier. P1344Injinia e, kōmiro Bojin kaatartar waj wa ṇe waadmān,” Kapen eo ekar ba innem wanlaḷ ḷọk ke ej lo ḷōḷḷap eo im irooj eo ippān armej ro ioon wab eo.atartar
165.Put a hat on that boy.Kwōn kaatate ḷadik ṇeatat
166.He's got a sty on his eye.Eātbwe mejān.ātbwe
167.Boy, put some pieces on that plate over there.” P1330Āte tok ṃōk jet bukwōn ilo pileij ṇe, ḷadik eṇ.”ātet
168.The sail on a large ocean-going canoe.Atmājetin waḷḷap.atmājet
169.Don't lean (on me) because I can't support you.Kwōn jab atōrak bwe jebane eok.atōrak
170.Cover that sail so that it doesn't get rained on.Kwōn atrouk wōjḷā ṇe bwe en jab ute.atro
171.The tide is just right for spear fishing on the reef.Eṃṃan bōkā in ñan aubō.aubō
172.What's that on top of your head?Ta ṇe ej aujrọñrọñ eoon bōraṃ?aujrọñrọñ
173.There food scattered on the beach of that island.Eaunwōḷāḷā arin ān eṇ.aunwōḷā
174.Paddle on the starboard to keep the canoe from hitting the coral head.Kwōn auretame wa ne bwe en jab itaak.auretam
175.I thought you were on one of the small islands.” P72Ña ij ba kwopād i aetọ.ba
176.We thought you were still on that atoll east of here.” P230Jej ba kwōj pād wōt iaelōñ ṇe i reeaar.”ba
177.Can you carry a bag of rice on your bicycle?Kwōmaroñ ke baajkōḷe juon pāāk in raij?baajkōḷ
178.What's the cause of all these coral fingers on the reef of this island?Ta in ear kaanbwebweiki baalin āniinbaal
179.There are pieces of pancake on your clothes.Ebbaankekeek nuknuk ṇe aṃ.baankeek
180.There are lots of pontoons on this atoll.Eḷap an bōbaantuunun (ebbaantunuun) aelōñ in.baantuun
181.We can't go on clinging to each other forever.Eban ein dein ḷọk wōt arro aibabbab in deo.bab
182.The child has already lain down on the mat.Ebabu ajiri eo kadede ioon jaki eo.babu
183.Put the baby down on the bed there.Kwōn kōbabuuk niñniñ ṇe ṇai raan peet ṇebabu
184.There are lots of badet on the lagoon side.Ebbadetdet iaar.badet
185.Put a muffler on the engine to cut down on the noise.Kwōn baibi injin ṇe bwe en dik ainiken.baib
186.Put a muffler on the engine to cut down on the noise.Kwōn baibi injin ṇe bwe en dik ainiken.baib
187.Don't eat something that has fallen on the ground or you will eat something harmful.Kwōn jab ṃōñā jān laḷ bwe kwōnaaj ṃōñā baijin.baijin
188.Take this boy and put him on the bus.Kwōn uke ḷadik e im kōbaje.baj
189.You're on the bus all the time.Kwomake baj bōbajbaj.baj
190.Why don't you see the doctor about that ulcer on your leg?Etke kwōj jab taktō kōn bakke ṇe neeṃ?bakke
191.The people on this island are always stricken with yaws.Eḷap wōt an ebbaakkitoto ri-ānin.bakkito
192.Aur has most flounder on the ocean sideEbbalele tata likin Aur.bale
193.There are lots of flounder on the ocean side today.Ebbalele lik rainin.bale
194.Go put on your clothes.Kwōn etal in ṇa balliṃ.balle
195.Why do you insist on having more clothes when you have enough?Kwōn baj ebballele wōt ke ebwe an lōñ aṃ nuknuk?balle
196.Sheet the sails in a bit to get rid of the folds next to the gaff,” the Boatswain said as he scanned the horizon standing by the rigging on the starboard side. P854Bar ṇatọọne tak jidik bwe en jako baḷok kaṇe i turin kaab eṇ” Bojin eo ekar ba ke ear jejed jān turin rikin eo i reeaar.baḷok
197.He had such a hurt expression on his face when the girl said no.Ke ledik eo ej ba jaab joñan an mejān balu.balu
198.I cannot go on.Iban wōnṃaanḷọk wōt.ban
199.That's my bunk you're lying on.Bañ eo ṇe ippaṃ.bañ
200.There are lots of chickens/birds on this island.Ebbaoo āniinbao
201.There are lots of chickens on this island.Elōñ baoun laḷ āniinbao
202.There are lots of birds on this island.Elōñ baoun mejatoto āniinbao
203.Watch your step for the rocks on this island are slippery.Lale aṃ etetal bwe ejjir barin āninbar
204.It landed on the top of the mast.Ejok i bōran kiju eo.bar
205.Those are bulldozers from Japan working on the airfield.Baru in Jepaan men kaṇ rej jerbal kiiō ilo pij eṇ.baru
206.There are lots of crabs on this islandEḷap an bōbaruru (ebbaruru) āniinbaru
207.There are too many buttons on your shirt.Eḷap an ebbatintin jōōt ṇe aṃ.batin
208.Don't let him get the smell of smoke on him.Kwōn jab kōbbaididi.bōbaidid
209.You go on and I'll come later.Kwōn iwōj bwe ij ibbat wōj.bōbat
210.That woman is the nosiest on this island.Kōrā eṇ ej make wōt bōbōk (ebbōk) iaan kōrin āninbōbōk
211.Don't have it easily seen by piling it up on the ship.Kwōn jab kaalikkare im kōbbọke tok ṇai ioon wa eṇbōbọk
212.What's that we see piled up on that ship?Ta eṇ ej bōbọk (ebbọk) tok ioon wa eṇ?bōbọk
213.Put the light on at the house.Kwōn kabbōle mōṇe.bōbōl
214.If there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtabōbrae
215.How many mistakes did you make on the test?Jete eo aṃ bōd ilo teej eo?bōd
216.He was the boatswain on that ship when it came in.Ear bojini tok wa eṇ.bojin
217.Hold on.Kwōn kabbōjrak.bōjrak
218.I have a blister on my hand from shoveling so long.Ebok peiū kōn an to jabōḷ.bok
219.The boy has already put sand on the dog.Eṃōj an ḷadik eo boke kidu eo.bok
220.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.bok
221.Those two were still talking and as I raised my head and looked toward the island I caught a glimpse of Father on the shore side of the wharf. P84Erro ej kōnono wōt ak iḷak bōk bōra im rōre āne ḷọk ilo animrokan Jema iturun ṃweo iānein wab eo.bōk bar
222.Spray some perfume on my dress.Bōkāñaje nuknuk ṇe .bōkāñaj
223.Don't put sand on the mat.Jab kabokboke jaki ṇebokbok
224.Be careful the canoe doesn't go aground on that cape.Lale eitaak wa ṇe ilo bōke ṇebōke
225.The canoe went aground on the cape that sticks out from Kōḷaḷ-eṇ toward the pass.Wa eo eitaak ilo bōke eo ḷọk jān Kōḷaḷ-eṇ ñan to eṇ.bōke
226.If he didn't catch any fish, black magic has been put on him.Ñe ejerata alikkar ke eṃōj bōkjān koṇan.bōkjān koṇa-
227.That's the bombardier on the airplane.Ri-boktañ eo ilo baḷuun eo ṇebọkutañ
228.The cracks on his feet hurt.Emetak bōlkōk kaṇ neen.bōlkōk
229.Go put ballast on the boat.Kwōn etal in bọḷōje wa eṇ.bọḷōj
230.No one is going to be on watch tonight?” the Boatswain asked. P808Ejjeḷọk ej emmej ippān wa in buñiniin?” Bojin eo ekajjitōk.boñ
231.Be ready; be prepared; expect something to happen and so be on your guard; know what to do in the event something unexpected or expected happens.Kōpopo ilo boojaṃ.booj
232.Then this man beached it on the Kwajalein lagoon beach and fixed it up, and changed it into a sailing ship. P6Innem ḷein ekar ārōke ḷọk iarin Kuajleen im kaaṃtōiki im wa in ekar oktak ñan juon boojin jerakrōk.booj
233.Alright, no big deal, but you should go get yourself ready so we won’t drift and end up on the island of Ṇauṇau,” the Boatswain said as he laughed. P290Ekwe ej jab nana ak kwōn kōpopo ilo boojaṃ bwe jen jab peḷọk im peek aelōñin Ṇauṇau,” Bojin eo erere ke ej ba men in.booj
234.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.bọọk aij
235.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.bọọk aij
236.Come and help me put another coating of paint on our boat.Kwōn wātin (wātok in) jipañ bōrwaje wa e waarro.bōrwaj
237.Put butter on that bread and give it to the girl to eat.Kwōn bōtaik ḷọk pilawā ṇe kijen ledik eṇ.bōta
238.Lots of dragon flies on this island.Ebboubub āniinboub
239.When did they operate on your stomach?Ñāāt ṇe raar bukwe lọjieṃ?bukwabok
240.How many blocks did you use on your house?Jete būḷakin ṃweeṇ ṃōṃbūḷak
241.Unroll our sleeping mats on the plywood on the port side and lie down. P556Eḷḷọkwe jaki kaṇe kinierro ioon būlāwūt kaṇe i retam im babu.būḷāwūt
242.Unroll our sleeping mats on the plywood on the port side and lie down. P556Eḷḷọkwe jaki kaṇe kinierro ioon būlāwūt kaṇe i retam im babu.būḷāwūt
243.Where did you contract the flu from now that everybody on the island will get it.Kwōj būḷutok jān ia ke kwōnaaj kabūḷuuk ri-ānin?būḷu
244.They are putting bluegum planks on the bottom of that boat.Rej būḷukaṃe kapin wa eṇ.būḷukaṃ
245.There are beads of perspiration on your face.Ebūḷuuddik turun mejaṃ.būḷuuddik
246.The sky will fall on you -- you can't escape (proverb).Lañ eo ebuñut eok.buñ
247.The canoe won't make the island (on this tack).Ebuñ wa in jān āneṇbuñ
248.Come let's all pull together on this rope and pull the boat.Itok jen jiṃor buñ kake to e im kanōk wa eṇ.buñ kake
249.Don't get dust on yourself or you'll catch cold.Kwōn jab būñale eok bwe kwōnaaj bōk mejin.būñal
250.In this way the boat got closer and we thought it would just keep coming, but all of a sudden the lights on it went out, and we couldn’t see anything. P1153Āindeo an wa eo kar epaak tok wōt im kōm kar ḷōmṇak enaaj kar wātokin de eo ak ebuñjen im ḷak kun teeñki ko ie, ejej men eṇ kōmjel loe.buñjen
251.The surf is always high on the ocean side of this islet.Ebbuñṇoṇo likin āninbuñṇo
252.There are food stains on your clothes.Eor bōrran ṃōñā ilo nuknuk ṇe aṃ.būrar
253.Do the brakes on your car function well?Eṃṃan ke an būreekin wa ṇe waaṃ jerbal.būreek
254.Step on the brakes.Kwōn būreeke.būreek
255.Have you paid the freight on your goods?Kwōnañin kōḷḷāik ke būreitin ṃweiuk kaṇe aṃ?būreit
256.He has on funny looking bib-overalls.Ekōjak būrijōōt eṇ an.būrijōōt
257.It saddened us when they departed on the field trip.Ekabūromōj kōm ke rejeblaak ioon waan raun eo.būroṃōj
258.Has a mattress been put on the bed?Enañin būtoñe ke peet eṇ?būtoñ
259.I like to sleep on a mattress because it's smooth.Eṃṃan wōt būtoñtoñ ippa bwe emeoeo.būtoñtoñ
260.After going down and revving the engine, Father came up and took a seat on the roof of the engine room. P491Ālikin an kar to laḷ ḷọk im bar buuḷiḷọk injin eo, Jema ewanlōñ tak im jijet ioon ṃōn injin eo.buuḷ
261.She has a lot of birthmarks on her face.Ebuwake turun mejān lieṇ.buwak
262.The boy has a birthmark on his chest.Ebuwak ubōn ḷadik eṇ.buwak
263.Watch out, you might step on the dung.Lale bwebwe ṇe kwojuri.bwebwe
264.I could hear Father and the Boatswain talking up on deck. P977Ikar roñ an Jema im Bojin eo bwebwenato ijo i lōñ.bwebwenato
265.And in the middle of the night, the two of them put up the sail again and we started going on our way to the east. P1180Im ḷak eoḷapān ḷọk boñon eo, erro bar jerak e wūjḷā eo im kōmmān jino bar bweradik ḷọk ilo iiaḷ eo ammān tak ḷọkbweradik
266.It's on the drying rack.Epād ioon bwi eṇ.bwi
267.The sore on your foot has an offensive odor.Ebwiin-puwaḷ bakke ṇe ineeṃ.bwiin-puwaḷ
268.The piece of cloth you wrapped the sore on your foot with smells of decayed flesh.Ebwiin pipuwaḷwōḷ ṃōttan nuknuk ṇe kwaar roj kinej ṇe neeṃ kake.bwiin-puwaḷ
269.When he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast, he suddenly started kicking, then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192Ke ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.bwijbwij
270.Father kicked the canoe so it would drift toward the island while the Boatswain started getting things organized on the boat. P1290Jema ebwijlọke āne ḷọk kōrkōr eo bwe en peāne ḷọk ak Bojin eo ekarrūkarōk ioon wa eo.bwijbwij
271.There is gum on your shoes.Ebwilbwil juuj ṇe aṃ.bwilbwil
272.Who put gum on your shoes?Wōn ṇe ear bwili juuj ṇe aṃ?bwilbwil
273.When I heard the Captain say this, I thought about it and was amazed that Father was able to recognize the waves on the ocean side of Pikeej from the movement of the boat while the Captain says he needs to actually see them. P799Ke ikar roñ naan kein an Kapen eo, iḷōmṇak im bwilōñ bajjek ippa taunin an Jema maroñ kile ṇoin likin Pikeej jān ṃōṃakūtkūtin wa eo ak Kapen eo eba ej aikuj kar lo kōn mejān.bwilōñ
274.Do not go ashore on islands that do not belong to you.Bwinimjaad popoṃanit.bwinimjaad
275.The noble king is on his way.Irooj bwioeo eo ṇe tok.bwio
276.Be careful you don't get preserved breadfruit on your clothes.Lale ebbwiroro nuknuk ṇe aṃ.bwiro
277.My clothes smell of preserved breadfruit. My clothes have scraps of preserved breadfruit on themEbbwiroro nuknuk e .bwiro
278.His blood flowed on the cross.Ear tọọrḷọk da eo daan ioon debwāāl.da
279.They say there's lots of ducks on that island.Rej ba edake āneṇdak
280.I’m passing up some food the people on the island sent over,” the Boatswain said and passed up the bag as the canoe came up alongside the boat. P1268Jibwi waj dao adeañ jān rūtto ānin.” Bojin eo eba im jibwe lōñ tak pāāk eo ke kōrkōr eo ekar atartar tok ippān wa eo.dao
281.Keep on holding the pig so that it doesn't run away.Kwōn dāpdipiji wōt piik ṇe bwe eṇ jab ko.dāpdep
282.Do your best to hold on because this vehicle is going fast.Kate eok dāpdep bwe wa in ej buuḷ.dāpdep
283.I let go of the bucket as quickly as I could and held on. P651Ikar ṃōkaj im kōtḷọk bakōj eo ak idāpdep.dāpdep
284.I held on as fast as I could. P599Ak ña iṃōkaj im dāpdep.dāpdep
285.The drum is rolling around on the deck of the ship.Kajiliñ eo ej dedāpilpil (eddāpilpil) i raan wa eo.dāpilpil
286.The boatswain securely lashed down the drum of gasoline on the boat’s deck so it wouldn’t roll about.Bojin eo ear eọuti im kanooj in kapene tūraṃin kiaaj eo ioon teekin wa eo bwe en jab dāpilto-dāpiltak.dāpilto-dāpiltak
287.Don't step on it or you'll entangle it.Jab juri bwe kwōnaaj kōdapitōke.dapitōk
288.When I woke up the next day, I went up and saw the Boatswain up on top of the mast. P863Rujlọkin raan eo juon, iḷak baj wanlōñ ḷọk jān lowa ikar lo Bojin eo ej de i raan kaju eo.de
289.I have just completed my first month on this island.Eḷọk de juon allōñū ṇai āninde
290.The chicken is sleeping on the branch of the breadfruit tree.Bao en ej de raan eṇ.de
291.Be careful you don't get your chewing gum stuck on your clothes.Lale eddāp nuknuk ṇe aṃ ilo bwil ṇededāp
292.I was cold last night because I had wet clothing on.Iar piọ boñ dedeinke iar ṃōrābōtdedeinke
293.The storm washed ashore gravel on the lagoon side of this island.Kōto eo ekōdekākeik arin ānindekāke
294.Come on in.” P179Koṃro delọñ tok.”deḷọñ
295.You strike needlefish on the leeside while I do so on the outrigger side.Kwōn deñtak waj ikōja ak ña iretam.deñtak
296.You strike needlefish on the leeside while I do so on the outrigger side.Kwōn deñtak waj ikōja ak ña iretam.deñtak
297.I still remember when I sailed with Father and two other men on a small boat that was twenty-two feet long and six feet wide. P1Ij keememej ḷọk wōt ke ikar uwe ippān Jema kab ruo ṃōṃaan ilo juon booj jidikdik eo roñoul ruo ne aitokan im jiljino ne depakpakin.depakpak
298.As I looked over toward the island I saw a huge cloud of smoke rising up from the foliage on the northern tip of the island. P1244Iḷak baj erre āne ḷọk ilo juon deppin baat ej jutak lōñ ḷọk jān keinikkan i jabōn ān eo tu eōñ.depdep
299.The boat tacks often on account of its speed.Eddiakeak wa eṇ kōn an ṃōkajdiak
300.Quit pounding cause you're getting on my nerves.Kwōn jab didipiñpiñ (iddipiñpiñ) bwe jouwaroñ.didipiñpiñ
301.Put some earrings on that girl.Kwōn kadiedeik ledik ṇediede
302.What's the discount on this item?Jete dikḷọkun oṇāān men e?dikḷọk
303.I spotted a nail on the deck so I picked it up and threw it at the fish. P388Ilo juon dila ioon teek im jibwe tok im kade.dila
304.The sun's heat is so intense on the island that everthing lying about on the ground dries up quickly.Kōn an kanooj in ḷap det ilo ān eo, eṃōkaj an diñōjḷọk men ko rej ejjedwawa ioon bwidej.diñōjḷọk
305.The sun's heat is so intense on the island that everthing lying about on the ground dries up quickly.Kōn an kanooj in ḷap det ilo ān eo, eṃōkaj an diñōjḷọk men ko rej ejjedwawa ioon bwidej.diñōjḷọk
306.He had a very large family and they were all on Likiep. P35Baaṃle eo an ebwe an doom im rōpād i Likiep.doom
307.Who is your chief? Or Whose side are you on?Doon wōn kwe?doon
308.No more can get on as this boat is overcrowded as it is.Ejjeḷọk emaroñ bar uwe bwe edouj wa e.douj
309.The waves have washed over the stone barrier on the ocean side; please stack the stones together again.Eṃōj an ṇo tọọre eakḷe ilik; kwōn ejouji dekā kaṇe ippān doon.eakḷe
310.The dancer from America will come on the plane tomorrow.Ri-eb ro jān Amedka renaaj kātok ilo baluun eo ilju.eb
311.Why didn't you go on the plane?Ebajeet ke kwojab kelọk ilo baḷuun eo?ebajeet
312.We are going to scrounge for food on that island.Jej ilān eded i āneṇeded
313.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955Jebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.ejej
314.There are not many pandanus on this island.Ejjabdaan lōñ bōb āninejjabdaan
315.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.ek
316.Hold on to the rope so you don't fall.Kwōn ekkejel wōt ilo to ṇe bwe kwōn jab wōtlọk.ekkejel
317.Hang on to me if you are about to fall.Ekkejel ippa ñe kweitan wōtlọk.ekkejel
318.Get the cooking fires ready because those who went to fish for rainbow runners are on their way back.Kōpooj kijeek ko bwe ri-ekkoonak ro tok.ekkoonak
319.There are lots of ekmouj on the ocean side of Wotje.Eḷap an ekmouji likin Wōjjā.ekmouj
320.Put on old clothes because we're going fishing.Kwōn ekpā ḷọk bwe jen ilān eọñōd.ekpā
321.Do you have anything you want to take with you on your trip?Ewōr ta kwōj ektake ippaṃ ilo tūreep ṇeektak
322.If I didn't get sick I might have gone on the boat.Eḷaññe iar jab nañinmej inaaj uwe ilo wa eo.eḷaññe
323.They agree on the suggestions.Raar errā ilo elmakot ko.elmọkot
324.It went on like this for four loads until the boat was so packed that nothing else would fit inside. P360Kar āindeo ḷọk im ḷak kein keemān ḷōut, elukkuun wūdañōlñōl wa eo im ban bar kanne ḷọk wōt.emān
325.No, this is what’s going on,the Captain insisted. P93Eaab, eñeo,” Kapen eo eakweḷap.eñeo
326.I could sense the sail was full as the wind blew and whistled through the riggings, and foam appeared on the surface of the water P567Ikar eñjake bwe ñe ej lōtlōt kōto eo ejañ riikin im ṃōrṃōr ioon lọjet.eñjake
327.I didn’t go fishing because I felt my gout coming on. P190Ijab eọñōd bwe iar bar eñjake an metak tok kūrro e .eñjake
328.The men who pick green coconuts for the birthday party are now picking coconuts on that island.Ri-entak ni in kemeem ro rej entak kiiō ilo āneeṇentak
329.Line for bottom fishing on ocean side.Eoun liklọk.eo
330.Line for catching grouper, from bamboo pole on reef.Eoun kaṃōṃō.eo
331.Line for catching goatfish, from bamboo pole on lagoon beach.Eoun kadjo.eo
332.Line for catching āpil, from bamboo pole on lagoon beach. (smaller tackle).Eoun kāāpil.eo
333.Tattooing began on AelōñḷapḷapEar ijjino eọ ilo Aelōñḷapḷap.eọ
334.Pull on that rope as hard as you can.Kwōn kakkōt eolọke to ṇeeolọk
335.Push on that bunch of green coconuts with that stick, so that they fall down.Eolọke uroor in ni eṇ kōn aḷaḷ ṇe bwe ren wōtlọk.eolọk
336.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.eoḷōpa-
337.I went up onto the dock and went over to where some guys were fishing, on the north side of the dock. P314Iuwe ḷọk ioon wab eo im kōttōpar ḷọk ijo jet ṃōṃaan rej eọñwōd ie, tōrerein wab eo tu iōñ.eọñwōd
338.There are two households on my tract of land.Ewor ruo eoonḷā ilo wāto eṇ .eoonḷā
339.Those that lie and put their arms on their foreheads show that they are lovesick.Aolep ro rej eoonpālōñ rej kwaḷọk ke rōkelọk.eoonpālōñ
340.Turn the radio on so we can listen to the news.Kōjañ retio ṇe bwe jen eọroñ.eọroñ
341.Now people on outer islands don’t need to await the arrival of a ship so that they can hear news. S26Kiiō armej in aelōñ ko ilikin rejjab aikuj in kōttar wa bwe ren eọroñ ennaan.eọroñ
342.Only the sort of chill one gets on dry land, where a fire can soon warm, not like a chill at sea.Piọ in eppānene.eppānene
343.Feeling chilly while on dry land.Piọọn eppānene.eppānene
344.His is a minor case of the negligable chill one gets while on dry land.Piọ waan men eṇ ippān kōnke piọ in eppānene.eppānene
345.Feeling chilly while on dry land is not the same as the chill one experiences on open ocean.Piọ in eppānene ej jab joñan wōt piọ in eoon lọjet.eppānene
346.Feeling chilly while on dry land is not the same as the chill one experiences on open ocean.Piọ in eppānene ej jab joñan wōt piọ in eoon lọjet.eppānene
347.He was saying the Japanese were going to kill all the Marshallese people on the island where his family and some other people were living. P979Ej ba kōn an kar ri-Nippoñ ro itan ṃan ermān aolep ri-Ṃajeḷ ilo ān eo ermān baaṃle eo an rej jokwe ie ippān bar jet armej.er
348.The women are sitting on the canoe platform.Kōrā ro rej jijet ilo ere eo.ere
349.Those are the men on that boat who went fishing.Erroro ilo wa eṇ, ḷōṃaro raar ilọk in eoñwōd.erroro
350.So what have you been doing on this island?” Father asked. P196Ak kwōj et wōt ānin?” Jema ekajjitōk.et
351.I did go over on the beach, but I didn't see it.Iaar etale iaar ak iaar jab loe.etal
352.They keep on visiting the chief's house.Etal-in-wot juon aer loḷọk Irooj eo.etal in wōt juon
353.It keeps on rainingEtal in wōt juon an wōt.etal in wōt juon
354.They keep on singing.Etal in wōt juon aer al.etal in wōt juon
355.Keep on going until the end.Etal wōt ñan ñe ejeṃḷọk.etal wōt
356.Okay, that’s enough of that; you two need to figure out what else we need to prepare on the boat because it’s almost three o’clock,” the Captain said. P403Ekwe ebwe in ak koṃro lukkuun etale ta ej aikuj kōpopo ioon wa in bwe kiin ej etal ñan jilu awa,” Kapen eo eba.etale
357.You let him walk on the beach.Kwōn ketetale ioon bok iaar.etetal
358.Don't walk on the grass.Jab etetal ioon wūjooj kaṇe.etetal
359.Where are the Marshalls on the map?Epād ia Ṃajōḷ ilo map?ia
360.The yams that are on sale are from where?Iaaṃ ia kaṇe rej wia kaki?iaaṃ
361.What makes the baby keep on slobberingTa ṇe ej kōṃṃan bwe niñniñ ṇe en iiadatōltōl ḷọk wot?iādatōltōl
362.The baby got saliva on his father's shirt.Niñniñ ear kaiadatōltōle joōt eo an jemān.iādatōltōl
363.I am really anxious to go on this journey to Israel.Ikanooj kijerjer in etal ilo iaḷ in ḷọk ñan Israel.iaḷ
364.What is your itinerary on your trip to Canada?Ewi wāween iaḷ ṇe aṃ ḷọk ñan Canada?iaḷ
365.The people on the pier saw him and made way for him so he could speak. P452Armej ro ioon wab eo rōkar loe im kōṃṃan ḷaan an maroñ kōnono tok.iaḷ
366.Those boys are racing to catch the fish (on the reef).Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej iāllulu ippān ek kaṇ.iāllulu
367.The people on board a ship, boat, etc.Ruwa.iāne
368.I will go on the beach.Inaaj etal iar ḷọkiar
369.There are lots of taro on that atoll.Eḷap an iaraje aelōñ eṇ.iaraj
370.They sent me to spy on and report the enemy movements.Raar jilkinḷọk ña bwe in iaroñroñe ḷọk ṃōṃkūtkūt (eṃṃakūtkūt) ko an rinana ro.iaroñroñ
371.Here comes a large wave -- warning to crew of small boat that a wave is about to break on themEibeb.ibeb
372.The water faucet is flowing on the ground.Eibeeb bọjet eo ṇa ilaḷ.ibeb
373.They turned on the pressure and came back to win in the last quarter.Raar ibeb em wiin ilo teeñ eo āliktataibeb
374.Who turned on the faucet and made it flow on the ground?Wōn ṇe ear kaibeeb bọọjet ṇe ṇai ilaḷ?ibeb
375.Who turned on the faucet and made it flow on the ground?Wōn ṇe ear kaibeeb bọọjet ṇe ṇai ilaḷ?ibeb
376.As he handed me the bucket, he told me to hold on because there was a big wave coming our way. P610Ke ej letok bakōj eo eba in dāpdep bwe juon eo ṇo eibeb tok.ibeb
377.The trees on that tract are crowded.Eḷap an idepdep niin wāto ṇeidepdep
378.The living quarters on Ebeye are too crowded.Eḷap an idepdep iṃōn jokwe ko ilo Ebeye.idepdep
379.The Portuguese men-o'-war on the ocean side of this islet really sting.Eḷap an idid aolōkin likin āninidid
380.Why did you keep on shaking that flower tree?Ta unin aṃ idikdiki ut ṇeidik
381.Let's get together and head on to my house.Jen iiaieo ḷọk ñan ṃweeṇ iṃō.iiāio
382.Needle for tying on thatch.Iie in kōtak.iie
383.How many years have you been on this island?Jete iiōūṃ ṇai āniniiō
384.The center of the wound on your arm is starting to heal shut.Eiktok mejān kinej ṇe peiṃ.ik
385.What's on your mind?Ta ṇe ekaikdeelel eok?ikdeelel
386.Could you have my fish cooked on stone?Komaroñ ke ikjini tok ek kijō?ikjin
387.The two of us stayed quiet awhile as Father was working; the only sound was the monkey wrench banging on the engine as he shifted back and forth in there. P720Kōṃro kar bar ikoñ iuṃwin jidik iien bwe epoub Jema im ainikien wōt kein jaḷjaḷ ko ke rej tōtōñtōñ ippān injin eo ke ej niñeañ rōkeañ ijo.ikōñ
388.Can you please pop the blisters on my back?Kwōmaroñ ke kāilili likū?il
389.I was sunbathing and I got blisters on my back.Eil ālkū kōn kar kōjeje.il
390.I have a mole on my back.Juon e ilmeej ālkūil meej
391.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.ilikin
392.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.ilikin
393.In fact, I will be able to come on the plane tomorrow.Ilo ṃool, inaaj maroñ iwōj ilo baḷuun eo ilju.ilo
394.Everyone on the dock was surprised by it. P316Aolep ro ioon wab eo im ilbōk kōn wāween eo.im
395.You should carry the bag on your shoulder.Kwōn ineek paāk ṇeineek
396.One of the men who was carrying a bag of copra on his shoulder fell down.Juon iaan ri-inene waini ro ear okjak.inene
397.Can you carry this bag on your shoulder?Kwōmaroñ ke ineek pāāk e?inene
398.They were carrying away bags of copra on their shoulders to the boat.Raar ineneḷọk pāāk in waini ñan booj eo.inene
399.They are carrying bags of copra on their shoulders.Rej inene pāāk in waini.inene
400.Father has a bag on his shoulder and the Boatswain is carrying the water container on his shoulder.” P1258Jema eṇ ej ineek juon pāāk ak Bojin ej ineek kōb eṇ.”inene
401.Father has a bag on his shoulder and the Boatswain is carrying the water container on his shoulder.” P1258Jema eṇ ej ineek juon pāāk ak Bojin ej ineek kōb eṇ.”inene
402.Who got ink on my shirt?Wōn ar kainiki joōt e ?inik
403.The boy is writhing in pain from a stomach ache on his way to hospital.Ḷadik eo ej iñimmaḷ ḷọk ñan aujpitāḷ kōn an metak lọjien.iñimmaḷ
404.Install the hinges on that door.Kwōn injeje kōjām eṇ.injej
405.Who was engineer on that ship when it came here?Wōn eṇ ear injiniaik tok wa eṇ?injinia
406.Who is the engineer on that boat?Wōn eṇ ej injinia in wa eṇ?injinia
407.I will fly to Hawaii and then continue on to America.Inaaj kelọk ñan Hawaii innem naaj kelọk wōt ñan Amedka.innem
408.The people on the pier came over to bid us farewell. They all waved goodbye. P484Armej ro wōj ioon wab eo reiọkiọkwe tok kōmmān. Erwōj jokutbae tok.iọkiọkwe
409.The man on the north side.Ḷeeṇ ej pād iōñ.iōñ
410.The bird is on the roof of that house.Bao eo eṇ ioon mweeṇ.ioo-
411.Put it on the table.En pād ioon tebōḷ eṇ.ioo-
412.The man is fishing on the reef edge.Ḷeo eṇ ej eañwōd ioon baal.ioo-
413.Hurry,” he called to me, and return to the dock and clean your legs before you step on this boat!” P47Ṃōkaj,” ekkūr tok, im bar rọọl ñan ioon wab ṇe im karreoiki neeṃ ṃōṃkaj jān aṃ juur tok ioon wa in!”ioo-
414.The men are wrestling on the beach.Ḷōṃaro ran uñtaak ioonkappe.ioonkappe
415.Okay, just stay there, because I'm going to drag one end of the board up on deck and through the doorway while you hold the other end; that way it won’t fall on you or the engine,” Father suggested. P677Ekwe, kwōn kab pād wōt ijeṇe bwe inaaj ekkotak lōñ ḷọk im iperi ḷọk ioon teek i lowaan kōjām ṇe ḷọk im kwōnaaj jibwe tu ḷokaer ilo iien eṇ ij kōtḷọki bwe ren jab wōtḷọk im ure eok kab injin ṇe,” Jema ekar kapilōk tok .ipep
416.Okay, just stay there, because I'm going to drag one end of the board up on deck and through the doorway while you hold the other end; that way it won’t fall on you or the engine,” Father suggested. P677Ekwe, kwōn kab pād wōt ijeṇe bwe inaaj ekkotak lōñ ḷọk im iperi ḷọk ioon teek i lowaan kōjām ṇe ḷọk im kwōnaaj jibwe tu ḷokaer ilo iien eṇ ij kōtḷọki bwe ren jab wōtḷọk im ure eok kab injin ṇe,” Jema ekar kapilōk tok .ipep
417.The ship is heaving to on the ocean side.Wa eo eṇ ej iptu ilik.iptu
418.It alarmed the community when the warship blew its horn on the oceanside of the island.Ekairuj jukjuk im pād eo ke ṃōnwa eo ej kōjañ jilel eo ie ilikin āneo āneeriruj
419.What’s going on? P550Eita?ita
420.Where are you (two) traveling to on your eastward trip?Koṃro ej itakḷọk ñan ia?itakḷọk
421.Don't keep on rubbing your eye.Jab ititūñi mejaṃ.itūñ
422.There are lots of sprouted coconuts on this islet.Eḷap an iui āneṇiu
423.Come on, step on it.Kwōn awōj ḷọkiwōj
424.Come on, step on it.Kwōn awōj ḷọkiwōj
425.Mr. Boatswain, you stay here at the wheel while I go down and see what’s going on,Father said. P1085Bojin e, kwōj ja pād wōt ilo jebwe ṇe bwe ij ja itōn lale eita,” Jema eba.ja
426.A cataract is starting to form on your eye.Juon ṇe ejino waḷọk mejaṃ.
427.I have a cataract on my eye.Ejā meja.
428.You two go on ahead as I am a bit tired.Koṃro iwōj wōt bwe ij jaad ṃōkjaad
429.Why do you always check up on peopleTa ṇe kwōj jejāākāk kaake?jāāk
430.Put jam on your bread.Jaaṃe pilawā ṇejaaṃ
431.Put jam on their bread.Jaaṃiḷọk pilawā kaṇ kijeer.jaaṃ
432.Watch out or I might get jam on my shirt.Lale ejaaṃ jōōt e .jaaṃ
433.The men were fishing for red snapper on the ocean side of Majuro.Ḷōṃaro raar kōjaap likin Mājro.jaap
434.What they are doing on the other sideTa eṇ rej kōṃṃane tu-jab ieṇ.jab
435.He takes on a wife at random.Jabdetakwōt an bōbōk (ebbōk).jabdetakwōt
436.The boats are on the ocean side of that islet.Wa ko kaṇ repād jablikin āneeṇjablik
437.The bushes along the windward side of this islet greatly shelter these houses on the lagoon side.Eḷap an mar kaṇe liktok kōjablur ṃōkein iar.jablur
438.She came and cried on my shoulder yesterday saying they did not let her know about the birthday party.Eitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer kar jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.jabneejej
439.She cried on her father's shoulder because they didn't invite her to the wedding.Ejabneejej ñan jemān kōn aer kar jab kūri kōṃare eo.jabneejej
440.They are just taking a leisurely walk on Sunday.Rej kōjjabōtbōt bajjek.Jabōt
441.Are you going to use the jabuk method and catch the school of parrotfish feeding on the reef?Koṃwij etal ke in jabuki baruun merā eṇ ej lọklọk ioon pedped?jabuk
442.Those men are fishing by the jabuk method on the ocean side.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej jabuk.jabuk
443.Don't roll around on the sand there or you'll get all sandy.Kwōn jab jabwilbwil ioon bok kaṇe bwe kwōnaaj bokbok.jabwil
444.Your clothes have scraps of dumplings on them.Ejjāibobo nuknuk kaṇe aṃ.jāibo
445.Fish are really scarce on the ocean side of that small islet.Eḷap an jaike likin āne jidikdik eṇ.jaike
446.There are fewer fish on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.Eḷap an jāike iaar jān lik.jāike
447.There are fewer fish on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.Eḷap an jāike iaar jān lik.jāike
448.We can't depend on you because of your slowness.Jejjab lōke eok kōn am jaiurjet.jāiur
449.The baby is crying to be carried on the hip.Ajiri eo ej jañin jaja.jaja
450.That child is always being carried (on the hip).Ejjeḷọk wōt jejaja (ejjaja) in eṇ ajri.jaja
451.Don't carry that child on your hip.Jab kōjajaik ajri ṇejaja
452.The bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.Aolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).jakapen
453.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.Eḷap an jakimuur niin wāto in.jakimuur
454.The coconut trees on this tract are not productive.Eḷap an jakimej niin wāto in.jakimuur
455.Fish are biting less on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.Ejakkūk ḷọk iaar jān lik.jakkūk
456.Fish are biting less on the lagoon side than on the ocean side.Ejakkūk ḷọk iaar jān lik.jakkūk
457.I'm hung up on that dark beauty.Ireel ippān jakmeej eṇ.jakmeej
458.She was more on the brunette side.Ej oodin jejakmeejej.jakmeej
459.I spoke on your behalf while you were gone.Ilo iien eo kwaar jako, iar bōk jikūṃ im kōnono ilo etaṃ.jako
460.Put some sauce on your breadfruit.Kwōn jāleek ṇe kijeṃ.jālele
461.The wave flopped him down on the reef edge.Ṇo eo ekōjaliraraiki ṇa ioon pedped.jālirara
462.So the Boatswain pulled up the mast and loosened the tether on the sail and we set sail. P1299Bojin eo ejujen tōbtōb ḷọk ippān kaju eo im jeḷat toon jerak eo im jino jerak.jaḷjaḷ
463.There are lots of pools on the ocean side of this islet.Eḷap an jejalōblōb (ejjalōblōb) likin āninjalōb
464.Make a barb on your hook.Kwōn jalōbe kāāj ṇejalōb
465.There are lots puddles on the street.Eḷap an kōjalōblōb lowaan iaḷ en.jalōb
466.The pools on the ocean side of Wotje are big.Jalōb in likin Wōjjā reḷḷap.jalōb
467.Those men are spear fishing in the reef pools on the ocean side.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej turọñ ilo jalōb eṇ ilik.jalōb
468.Take him on a vacation to Hawaii.Kwōn kōjaṃṃboik ḷọk ñan Hawaii.jaṃbo
469.Play those cowboy songs (on the phonograph).Kwōn kōjañ alin kaubowe kaṇe.jañ
470.There is skin disease on your back.Ejān ālkūṃjān
471.As soon as the two of them stepped onto the beach three more people appeared on the path where Father and the Boatswain had come out. P1259Ke erro kar juur tarkijet ebaj waḷọk tok jilu armej jān ejja mejate eo wōt erro kar diwōj tok jāne.jān
472.Since when have you been on this islet?Jān ñāāt in aṃ pād āninjān
473.The jānel on the canoe got torn off.Epaḷḷọk jānelin wa eo.jānel
474.Have you got any change on you?Eor ke jānij ippaṃ?jānij
475.He hadn’t come up onto the boat yet and was still down on the canoe. P1271Ej pād wōt ioon kōrkōr eo, ej jañin wanlōñ tak.jañin
476.He is lonesome for his wife who is gone on a trip.Ejañinuwaade tok kōrā eo ippān bwe emootḷọk.jañnuwaad
477.I am broke after putting on the birthday party.Ilukkun jar kōn keemem eo.jar
478.There were a multitude of people who went on the ship to Japan.Ejarlepju jar eo raar uwe ilo tiṃa eo ñan Jepaan.jarlepju
479.When I scanned my eyes through the crowd of people, I caught a glimpse of the same old man and the chief who had put a curse on us. P1341Iḷak toore meja ibwiljin jāllepju eo ikar lo animrokan ejja ḷōḷḷap eo wōt kab irooj eo ekar kọọle kōmmānjarlepju
480.Try not to lie on your back so much.Kwōn kadikḷọk aṃ jejarleplep (ejjarleplep).jarleplep
481.The American is lying on his back and sunbathing.Ri-pālle eo ej jarleplep im aḷkōjeje.jarleplep
482.What made him fall on his back when he was running?Ta eo ekar kōjarleplepe ilo an kar ettōr?jarleplep
483.The turtle is lying on its back.Wōn eo ejarleplep.jarleplep
484.The electricians are working on the electric pole.Ri-jarom ro raṇ rej kōmṃane juren jarom eṇ.jarom
485.The bird was so gentle and deceptive there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042Bao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.jatdik
486.From now on you're my younger sibling. I'm making you my younger sibling from now on.Ij jatiik eok jān kiiō im etal.jati
487.From now on you're my younger sibling. I'm making you my younger sibling from now on.Ij jatiik eok jān kiiō im etal.jati
488.Be careful not to get sardines on your clothes.Lale ejatiin nuknuk ṇe aṃ.jatiin
489.The searchlight on the ship is very powerful.Eḷap an kajoor jatiraito eo ilo wa eo.jatiraito
490.Why can’t I see the lights on Kwajalein?” the Boatswain said. P561Etke ij jab lo meramin jatiraito eo i Kuwajleen?” Bojin eo eba.jatiraito
491.Sit on that chair.Jijet ioon jea eṇ.jea
492.Look at the bird on the top of the mast.Lale bao eṇ ej pād jeban kiju eṇ.jeban
493.I will start passing things to the man on the pier and he will pass them to the one in the boat to stow away.” P351Ña inaaj ejjaak waj ñan ḷeo ioon wab ṇe im enaaj ejjeb ḷọk ñan ḷeo i lowa bwe en kọkkoṇkoṇ.”jebjeb
494.When are you planning on leaving?” P246Ak koṃwij ḷōmṇak in jeblaak ñāāt?”jeblaak
495.They hit him on the head and he staggered.Raar kad bōran im ejebwāālel.jebwāālel
496.The stone that hit him on the head made him stagger.Dōkā eo ear lel bōran kake ear kōjebwālele.jebwāālel
497.Who made the tombstone on that grave?Wōn eṇ ear kōṃṃane jebwe eṇ an lōb eṇ?jebwe
498.Steer the boat on the right course.Kwōn kajiṃwe aṃ (ka)jebwebweik wa ṇejebwebwe
499.Don't let him work on it because he's not capable of doing it.Jab lelọk ñane bwe en kōṃṃane bwe ejedañ.jedañ
500.She slipped and fell on her back.Ejirilọk lio im jedelañ.jedelañ
501.They kept a lookout on the house before raiding it.Raar jede ṃweo ṃokta jān aer deḷọñe.jedjed
502.Why are you staying on this island for such a short time?Enañin jedkaju aṃ pād āninjedkaju
503.Put some pants on the boy.Kōjedọujiji ḷadik ṇejedọujij
504.The boy has already put on his pants.Ededeḷọk an jedọujij ḷadik eo.jedọujij
505.He ran and fell on his back.Ettōr im jedtak.jedtak
506.I ran and slipped on my back.Ittōr im jertak.jedtak
507.That man is always falling on his back.Ḷeo ejjedtaktak eṇ. ejjertaktak ḷeeṇjedtak
508.They put the turtle on its back.Rar kōjertak wōn eo.jedtak
509.The turtle is lying on its back.Wōn eo ejertak.jedtak
510.Commoners sit on the floor.Jeeknaan rej jijet laḷ.jeeknaan
511.Could you take that boy on as a sailor on your ship?Komaroñ ke kajeeḷaik ḷadik eṇ ilo wa eṇ waaṃ?jeeḷa
512.Could you take that boy on as a sailor on your ship?Komaroñ ke kajeeḷaik ḷadik eṇ ilo wa eṇ waaṃ?jeeḷa
513.I was a sailor on trips to Japan.Iar jeeḷa ḷọk ñan Jepaan.jeeḷa
514.That man is one of those who seldom goes fishing on this islet.Ḷeeṇ ej ṃōttan ri-jeeọñōd ro ilo āniinjeeọñōd
515.I got onto the truck and started passing lumber to Father on the pier so he could pass it to the two guys on the boat. P354Iuwe ḷọk ioon tūrak eo im jino jebjeb ḷọk aḷaḷ ñan Jema ioon wab eo bwe en jejaak ḷọk ñan ḷōṃaro ruo.jejaak
516.I got onto the truck and started passing lumber to Father on the pier so he could pass it to the two guys on the boat. P354Iuwe ḷọk ioon tūrak eo im jino jebjeb ḷọk aḷaḷ ñan Jema ioon wab eo bwe en jejaak ḷọk ñan ḷōṃaro ruo.jejaak
517.I will start passing things to the man on the pier and he will pass them to the one in the boat to stow away. P351Ña inaaj ejjaak waj ñan ḷeo ioon wab ṇe im enaaj ejjeb ḷọk ñan ḷeo i lowa bwe en kọkkoṇkoṇ.”jejaak
518.You should expose the wound on your hand so it can heal faster.Kwōn kejjerwawaik kinej ṇe peiṃ bwe en mo ṃōkajjejedwawa
519.There is no water on the reef.Ejejjat ioon pedped.jejjat
520.I answered the questions on the test correctly.Ejejjet uwaak kajjitōk ko ilo teej eo.jejjet
521.There are only a few people on that islet.Jejjo wōt armej ilo āneeṇjejjo
522.The handle on that shovel is too long.Ekadik aetok juron jabōḷ ṇejejor
523.There are no more coral heads so it will be smooth sailing from here on out,” the Boatswain said as he came down from the top of the mast where he had been watching for coral heads up ahead. P504Ejjeḷọk wōd ak metaltōl wōt jān ijin im etal,” Bojin eo eba im to laḷ tak jān raan kiju eo ke ekar jure ṃaan wa eo ie.jejor
524.What boat is that flashing light on the ocean side?Waat eṇ ej kōjjoramram ilik?jejoram
525.The fishing boat was flashing its searchlight on the ocean side last night.Waan eọñōd eo ear kōjjoramram ilik boñ.jejoram
526.I saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523Juon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tok.jekad
527.I saw a black noddy land on the northern buoy and some people on the shore beckoning to us. P523Juon uweo jekad ejok ioon buwae ṇe iōñ, ak jet roro armej ioon parijet rej jeeaaḷ tok.jekad
528.Be careful not to spill coconut syrup on your clothes.Lale ejjekōṃaiṃai nuknuk ṇe aṃ.jekṃai
529.Weave the edges on the hat so it will be completedKwōn jekōte at ṇe bwe en ṃōjjekōt
530.Have the rafters been put on the house?Enañin ṃōj ke jekpāde ṃweojekpād
531.There is an announcement on the radio that a typhoon is coming.Eṃōj kōjjeḷā ilo mejatoto ke ewōr juon taibuun ej itok.jeḷā
532.There are more grasshopper on that island than this island.Ejjeḷḷo ḷọk āneuweo jān āniinjeḷo
533.There are lots of grasshoppers on this island.Ejjeḷoḷo āninjeḷo
534.I'll go on summer vacation to Hawaii.Inaaj jeṃar ḷọk ñan Hawaii.jeṃar
535.Those who are on summer vacation have gone to Hawaii.Ri-jeṃar ro remootḷọk ñan Hawaii.jeṃar
536.The two friends went on a vacation.Ri-jeṃjerā ro remoot in kakkije.jeṃjerā
537.There are lots of old hens on this island.Eḷap an jejenḷapḷap (ejjenḷapḷap) bao in āniinjenḷap
538.He is the one who always holds back on his ideas.Ri-jenliklik eo ṇe,jenliklik
539.Be careful you don't slop pandanus custard on your clothes.Lale ejjennōbnōb nuknuk ṇe aṃ.jennōb
540.There are lots of jenọ on the lagoon side of this islet.Eḷap an jejenọnọ (ejjenọnọ) iarin āniinjenọ
541.There are traces on the mat.Ejjenoknok raan jake ṇejenok
542.The beach on this island has lots of footprints.Ejjenoknok arin āninjenok
543.There are turtle tracks on the sand.Elōñ jenkwan wōn ioon bok.jenok
544.The skin diseases on his face make him look ugly.Kiito kaṇ turin mejān rekōjepaik ḷadik eṇ.jepa
545.It's hard climbing to the top of that coconut tree because of the many stems of coconut bunches on it.Eapañ tallōñe ni eṇ kōn an jeparpare.jepar
546.The women are lying with their heads propped on their elbows as they watch TV.Kōrā ro raṇ rej jepdak im alooj TV.jepdak
547.If it’s Epatōn you’re saying we are on our way back,” the Boatswain said. P1198Bwe ñe enaaj Epatōn kwōj ba jej bar jepḷaak,” Bojin eo eba.jepḷaak
548.Lots of people on that islet have contracted an STD.Eḷap an jejeplejlej (ejjeplejlej) armej in āneṇjeplej
549.How do we know which knowledge to put our trust in; the knowledge gained from actually feeling the sway of the boat on the waves or the knowledge that comes from observing. P800Jeḷā ta eo jej door ad leke ie; jeḷā eo ej waḷọk jān imminene in kile wāween jejepliklikin juon wa ioon ṇo ke ak jeḷā eo waḷọk jān lo kōn māj.jepliklik
550.September might still see you on the island.Emaroñ Jeptōṃbaik kwe ṇa āninJeptōṃba
551.That's the teacher who's always slapping (his students) on the back of the head.Ri-kaki eo ejjepwaḷwaḷ ṇejepwaḷ
552.He is the one who always slaps people on the back of their heads.Ri-jepwaḷ eo ṇejepwaḷ
553.Do you want me to slap you on the back of your head?Kwokōṇaan ke bwe in jepwaḷe eok?jepwaḷ
554.His grandfather slapped him on the back of the head.Jiṃṃaan ear jepwaḷe.jepwaḷ
555.There are lots of squirelfish on the ocean side of this island.Ejjerara likin āniinjera
556.The Captain says we should finish our breakfast, raise the sail, and be on our way,” he called over to me. P826Kapen eṇ ej ba dedeḷọkin adeañ ṃabuñ, jejerake wūjḷā ñe im jibadek jidik,” ejiroñ tok eō.”jerak
557.Get him up from sleeping on the floor.Kwōn kōjerkake jān an kiki ilaḷ.jerkak
558.He didn’t say anything but he got up and tried to go up on deck. P1222Ejej men eo ekar bar ba tok ak ejerkak im kajjioñ wanlōñ ḷọkjerkak
559.Jesus rose from the dead on the third day.Jijej ear jerkakpeje ilo raan eo kein kajilu.jerkakpeje
560.The boil on your hand made you unable to throw accurately.Wōt ṇe peim ekōjertaik eok.jerta
561.There are lots of jerwōt on the ocean side today.Eḷap an jerwọte lik rainin.jerwōt
562.The top keeps on spinning for a long time.Ejet wōt im jet likaebeb eṇ.jet
563.People on Namu get excited when they prepare to catch flying fish there.Ejeparujruj armej ñe ej iien jibadede iNaṃo.jibadede
564.That plane is on its way there now. P936Eñṇe baḷuun eṇ ej jibadek ḷọkjibadek
565.Put up the sail so we can be on our way,” the Captain said. P1294Ekwe jerake wūjḷā ṇe kōjmān jibadek jidik,” Kapen eo eba.jibadek
566.The couple started on their way because it was almost dark.Rūtto ro jino etal im jibadek jidik bwe eboñ.jibadek jidik
567.Let's be on our way.Kōjro jibadek jidik.jibadek jidik
568.He was dispatched to spy on the enemy.Raar jilkinḷọk bwe en jibaik(i) ri-kōjdat ro.jibai
569.Why are you short on money?Ta ṇe ear kajibane eok?jiban
570.There are lots of jibbaḷañ on the reef.Ejibbaḷañe ioon pedped.jibbaḷañ
571.The next morning I woke up on my own and looked all around but didn’t see anyone else. P955Jebboñon eo juon imake ruj im ḷak reilik reiṃaan i lowaan wa eo, eejej eṇ ikar loe ak ña wōt.jibboñ
572.And then one morning, Father came up on deck and started talking to the Boatswain. P1188Ḷak baj juon jibbōñ, Jema ewanlōñ tak ñan ioon teek im kōnono ḷọk ñan Bojin eo.jibboñ
573.I will start to work on my new job tomorrow morning.Ināj jino jerbal jibboñōn ran eo ilju.jibboñōn ilju
574.I started on my job yesterday moring.Iar jino jerbal jibboñōn inne.jibboñōn inne
575.S/he was always holding the baby. S/he kept on holding the baby.Ear jijibjibwe (ijjibjibwe) niñniñ eo.jibwe
576.I’m passing up some food the people on the island sent over,” the Boatswain said and passed up the bag as the canoe came up alongside the boat. P1268Jibwi waj dao adeañ jān rūtto ānin.” Bojin eo eba im jibwe lōñ tak pāāk eo ke kōrkōr eo ekar atartar tok ippān wa eo.jibwe
577.There is plenty of molded arrowroot starch on this island because it is the arrowroot season.Ejjibwilbwil āniin kōnke eiien ṃakṃōkjibwil
578.They're hunting for top shells on the ocean side.Rej kajidduul ilik.jidduul
579.There are lots of top shells on the ocean side today.Ejidduuli lik rainin.jidduul
580.Stop depending on chanceEṃōj ṇe aṃ kajjidede.jide
581.He stayed on the boat for a little while and then went ashore. P406Epād jidik ioon wa eo innem wōnāne ḷọkjidik
582.Work on your house little by little.Kwōn jidik illọk jidik ilo aṃ jerbale ṃōṇejidik illọk jidik
583.The jekaro on that coconut tree is running over.Ejiebḷọk dānnin jekaro eṇ.jieb-
584.Put an undershirt on the baby.Kajiiñliji niñniñ ṇejiiñlij
585.There were lots of jeeps on Majuro during the war.Eḷap an jijiipip (ijjiipip) Mājro ilo pata eo.jiip
586.The guy rode on the jeep to town.Ejiip ḷeo ñan tawūn.jiip
587.He's the supercargo on the ship.Ej jiipkako ilo wa eṇ.jiipkako
588.Put enough sheets on the mattress.Kajiitiiti butōñ ṇejiit
589.Put a sheet on the mattress.Jiiti būtoñ ṇejiit
590.Could you put a sheet on the mattress?Komaroñ ke kajiititi butoñ ṇejiitit
591.He slipped and fell on his back because of the slippery road.Ejirilọk im jalleplep kōn jijir iaḷ eo.jijir
592.Those old folks are holding hands while walking on the beach.Rūtto ro raṇ rej jijurpe (ijjurpe) ioon bok iaar.jijurpe
593.What are you stepping on?Ta ṇe kwōj juuri?jijuur
594.What do you keep stepping on?Ta ṇe kwōj jujuuri?jijuur
595.The boy stepped on the old woman's foot.Ḷaddik eo ejuuri neen leḷḷap eo.jijuur
596.Don't step on that mat there.Kwōn jab jujuuri jaki ṇejijuur
597.Walking on a sleeping place is forbidden.Emọ etetal ilo jikin babu.jiki-
598.Now don't go and insist on acting like a child againEn jab bar jiktok aṃ ajri nana.jiktok
599.He insists on being naughty again.Ebar jiktok an nana.jiktok
600.We were about to go but Father still had his mind on questioning the old man, and he said, Sir, what are the navigational signs before we see Likiep?” P206Kōṃro ej tōn ṃōṃakūt wōt ak ebar jiktok juon an kajjitōk ippān ḷōḷḷap eo, innem ebar ba, Ḷe kar ta jet iaan kōkḷaḷ ko ṃokta jān ad lo Likiep?”jiktok
601.He's working on the two end pieces of the canoe.Ej jiṃi wa eṇ.jiṃ
602.I will leave on the plane shortly after the tenth of this month.Inaaj kālọk joñoul jiṃa raan in allōñ in.jiṃa
603.He's putting on airs.Eḷap an kajiṃaate e.jiṃaat
604.When are you going to stop painting, as the night is getting on?Kwōj jiña ḷọk ñan ñāāt ke eboñ ḷọk? jiña
605.They gave money gifts to the baby on its first birthday.Raar jiñapeḷọk niñniñ eo ej keememkōn ṃanijiñap
606.The head of the extended Marshallese family let his younger brother speak on his behalf.Aḷap eo ear kajipiiji ḷeo jatin.jipiij
607.He never finishes one job before going on to the next.Ejjikipkip an jerbal.jipikpik
608.He is the one who hoists anything on this ship.Ri-jirab eo an wa in ṇejirab
609.Although what the Captain said sounded good, I was more inclined to believe Father because the Captain had already made so many mistakes on this trip and so many bad things were happening as a result. P875Meñe eṃṃanḷọk roñ peḷḷọkin naan ko an Kapen eo, āinwōt eitok wōt bwe in kar tōmak naan ko an Jema kōnke elōñ de alen an kar Kapen eo jirillọk.jirilọk
610.Tell that child to hold on to keep from falling.Kwōn kajiroke ajiri ṇe bwe en jab okjak.jirok
611.Hang on tight when this boat moves.Kakkōt jirok ñe ettōr wa in.jirok
612.Son, hang on; the waves are getting bigger,” Father yelled to me. P498Nejū e, kakkōt jirok bwe ejino eḷḷap ṇo,” Jema ejiroñ tok .jirok
613.I think I'll install the sheet cleats on my canoe now.Ij ja tan jirukliiki wa eṇ waō.jirukli
614.Put a stamp on the letter so we can send it.Jitaṃe leta ṇe bwe jen meeḷe.jitaaṃ
615.They are on the land tract that faces north.Repād ilo jitniñeañ eṇ.jitniñeañ
616.Don't always lie crosswise on the bed there.Kwōn jab kōkein (ekkein) jitpeeḷeḷ ioon peet ṇejitpeeḷeḷ
617.Don't put him crosswise on the bed.Kwōn jab kajitpeeḷeḷe ioon peet ṇejitpeeḷeḷ
618.I was quiet and thinking about the canoes I used to ride on Likiep. P855Ikar kājekḷọkjeṇ jidik im ḷōmṇaki tok tipñōl ko ijọ kōn uwe ie i Likiep.jọ
619.The engine was on all night.Ear jọ injin eo aolepān boñ.jọ
620.The electric fan was on all night.Deel jarom eo ear jọ aolepān boñon eo.jọ
621.Let that boy sit on the sofa with you.Kwōn kōjobaik ḷadik ṇe ippaṃ.joba
622.How long are you going to sit on the sofa?Kwōj jobaḷọk ñan ñāātjoba
623.Help the boy get his zoris on.Kwōn kajodiiki ḷadik eṇ.jodi
624.The Americans invaded Kwajalein and have stayed on it ever since.Ri-Amedka raar jodiki Kuwajleen im pād ie ṃae rainin.jodik
625.Put shoyu on that fish.Joiuuk ek ṇejoiu
626.You should put shoyu on their fish.Joiukḷọk ek ṇe kijeer.joiu
627.There is shoyu on my shirt.Ejoiu jōōt e .joiu
628.There are lots of flying fish on the ocean side of Majuro.Ejojoe likin Mājro.jojo
629.Will you throw some water on my hands?Jọuntok ṃōk peiū.jọjo
630.Throw water on those dogs.Jọuni kidu kaṇe.jọjo
631.Throw water on the fire.Jọun kijeek ṇejọjo
632.I splashed water on him to wake him up.Iar jọuni kōn dān im kọruji.jọjo
633.The foods are stacked up on top of each other.Ṃōñā ko rej jojoon doon.jojoon
634.As for me, I wouldn’t even have known the bird was there if I hadn’t heard its wings flapping as it slowly alighted on the Captain’s shoulder. P1037Ñe baj ña eo, iñak ke eor men eo eḷaññe ikar jab roñ ainikien pein an bao eo pikpik ke ej jokadikdik tok im jok ioon aeran Kapen eo.jok
635.The birds landed on the tree.Ejok bao ko iraan wōjke eo.jok
636.The houses on the other island are farther apartEjakkutkutḷọk iṃoko ilo ān eo juon.jọkkutkut
637.The houses on the island are not close together.Ejakkutkut iṃoko ianeo.jọkkutkut
638.Be careful you don't get chocolate on your clothes.Lale ejọkleeje nuknuk ṇe aṃjọkleej
639.The three of them saw me and the Captain on the boat and started waving at us. P1261Erjel lo kōṃro Kapen eo ioon wa eo innem jokutbae tok.jokutbae
640.They were looking for things that had drifted up on the ocean side.Raar kōjōkwā ilik.jokwā
641.I found that bottle on the ocean side shore.Iaar kōjokwāik bato eṇ ilik.jokwā
642.The bird flew low toward the island and landed on the sand.Bao eo ear jokwadikdikḷọk ñan ān eo em jok ioon bok.jokwadikdik
643.They live mostly on LikiepRej jokwe tok wōt Likiep.jokwe
644.I live on Uliga.Ña ij jokwe Wūlka.jokwe
645.There are lots of mangrove on this islet.Eḷap an joñe āniinjoñ
646.Don't come on this trip or you will bring bad luck.Jab itok ilo tūreep e bwe konaj kajonaiki.jona
647.They are not on a par.Ej jab joñāer wōt juon.joña
648.Try the pants on and see if they fit.Kwōn joñe jedoujij ṇe dettaṃ wōt ke.joñe aorōkin
649.I tried the shirt on.Iar joñe jōōt eo.joñjoñ
650.Watch out that that child doesn't get chalk on his/her hands.Lale ejọọk pein ajiri ṇejọọk
651.Don't put your weight on it because you are too heavy.Kwōn jab joone bwe eḷap aṃ eddo.joon
652.Don't put your weight on me.Kwōn jab joon ñajoon
653.Don't keep on putting your weight on it because you're too heavy.Kwōn jab jojoone bwe eḷap aṃ eddo.joon
654.Don't keep on putting your weight on it because you're too heavy.Kwōn jab jojoone bwe eḷap aṃ eddo.joon
655.Put ballast on that boat before it sails.Jooṇe wa eṇ ṃokta jān an jerak.jooṇ
656.We'll put ballast on the boat today.Jenaaj jooṇe wa in rainin.jooṇ
657.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.joonjo
658.Don't you know how to put on a shirt?Ta kwōjaje jōōtōt ke?jōōtōt
659.Help him put on his shirt because he doesn't know how.Kwōn kajōōte bwe ejaje jōōtōt.jōōtōt
660.Flags were flying all over the place on U.N. Day.Ejjopālpāl bōḷāāk ilo U.N. Day eo.jopāl
661.Hold on,he said, Maybe we should lower the sail first; it’s not good for it to be flapping in the wind like this. P1119Kōttar,” eba Bōlen eṃṃan ñe jero poon wūjḷā ṇe ṃokta bwe enana an ejjopālpāl.jopāl
662.You two take these foods and eat on your way.Koṃro būki ṃōñā im jotali.jotal
663.That shirt really looks fitting on youEjjeḷam jotoun jōōt ṇe ṇa ippaṃ.joto
664.They were having a general clean-up on Sunday.Rar jotoiñ in jabōt.jotoiñ
665.There are lots of jourur on the ocean side of Arno.Ejoururi likin Arṇo.jourur
666.The drinks are on me.Ij jọut.jọut
667.It usually grows on the northern islands because arrowroot grows in sandy places of little rainfall. S20Ekkā wōt an eddek ilo aelōñ ko iōñ kōnke ṃakṃōk eṃṃan an eddek ilo jikin ko rejawōtwōt im kabokbok.jọwōtwōt
668.Let's see who can stand on his hands the longest.Lale wōn in eto an ju.ju
669.That boy is one of those who is very good at walking on his hands.Ḷaddik eṇ ej juon iaan ri-ju ro rejeḷā ju.ju
670.Help the boy walk on his hands!Kwōn jipañ ḷadik eṇ kajuiki.ju
671.Can you walk on your hands?Kwōjeḷā ke ju?ju
672.That boy is always walking on his hands.Eḷap an jijuju (ijjuju) ḷadik eṇ.ju
673.The boy is walking on his hands toward the lagoon.Eju ḷọk ḷadik eo ñan iaar.ju
674.The people on Loeaak's canoe signaled to the rest of the fleet to get ready for battle.Ruwa eo waan Ḷoeaak rejubwijiḷọk inej eo.jubwij
675.Since the Captain didn’t say anything, Father went on. P734Ḷak ke ejjeḷọk men eṇ Kapen eo eba, Jema ejujen wōnṃaan ḷọk wōt.jujen
676.The tide came in so they stayed on the island.Ḷak ke eibwij, erro jujen pād wōt āneojujen
677.They kept stepping on his shirt on the floor and it's dirty.Raar jujuuri jōōt eo ṇa ilaḷ im ettoon.jujuur
678.They kept stepping on his shirt on the floor and it's dirty.Raar jujuuri jōōt eo ṇa ilaḷ im ettoon.jujuur
679.Walk this way on your heels.Kwōn jukkunenetok.juknene
680.You should help him so that he can walk this way on his heels.Kwōn jipañ im kajukkuneneiki tok.juknene
681.He clowned around and walked on his heels.Ear kōṃṃan kōjak im juknene lōñḷọk.juknene
682.Aur has the most plentiful barracuda on its oceanside.Jijureretata (Ijjureretata) likin Aur.jure
683.There are lots of barracuda on the oceanside of Aur.Ejjurere likin Aur.jure
684.This pancake has syrup on it.Ejurub baankeek e.jurub
685.Your clothes have soup slopped on themEjjuubub nuknuk ṇe aṃ.juub
686.Help that boy put on his shoes.Kajujuuji ḷadik ṇejuujuj
687.Don't step on it.Kwōn jab juuri.juur
688.Ṃwejo is sewing lace on her slip.Ṃwejo ej juwaini jemej eṇ an.juwain
689.Her slip has lace put on.Ejuwain jemej eṇ an.juwain
690.There is lots of lace on that woman's dress.Ejjuwainin nuknuk eṇ an kōrā eṇ.juwain
691.Whose dress are you putting lace on?An wōn nuknuk ṇe kwōj juwaini?juwain
692.After he repaired it, he anchored it in the Kwajalein harbor, and it looked very beautiful on the water. P14Ālikin an kaaṃtōūki eḷak memaan ilo aba eṇ Kuajleen emmejaja ṇa ioon dān.kaaṃtō
693.This motor runs on dieselInjin e kaan tijeḷ.kaan
694.There are no trees on that tract.Ejjeḷọk kāān wāto eṇ.kāān
695.Mr. Boatswain, that wasn’t a gas can you gave me,” Father said as he shined a light on the pipe he had removed. P625Bojin e, kwōjeḷā ke ej jab kāānin kiaj men eo kwaar letok,” Jema eba ke ej rome baib eo ekar jeḷate.kāān
696.The game was cancelled on account of the rain.Raar kāānjeḷe kukure (ikkure) eo kōn an wōt.kāānjeḷ
697.Melt some of the candle on itKwōn kāāntōḷe.kāāntōḷ
698.His family also was on Likiep, and his son had just been born. P42Baaṃle eo an ebarāinwōt pād i Likiep im juon eo nejin ḷaddik ej kab ḷotakkab
699.There are two cranes on the shoal/reef.Ruo eṇ kabaj ioon ṇa eṇ.kabaj
700.Put the light on in the house because it's dark inside.Kabbōle ṃōṇe bwe emarok.kabbōl
701.The boy has his flashlight on.Ḷadik eo ekabbōle teeñki eo an.kabbōl
702.They're notorious for putting on airs.Rūkabōllaḷ men raṇ.kabōllaḷ
703.There are lots of groupers on the oceanside of Laura.Eḷap an kōkabroro likin Ḷoorakabro
704.The men are fishing with torches on the reef at the ocean side.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej kabwil ilik.kabwil
705.Not all the players came because the spectators got on and took up all the room.Ejab maattok rukkure ro bwe raalwōj ro rouwe em kaddoujuj.kaddoujuj
706.They are throwing nets at the school of mackeral on the lagoon side.Ettōū eo eṇ rej kad ṇa iaar.kadkad
707.Who is the pitcher on your team?Wōn ṇe ej kadkad ñan kumi ṇekadkad
708.The men are fishing on the reef at the ocean side.Ḷōṃaro raṇ rej kaikikūt ilik ioon pedped.kaikikūt
709.The men who were (kaikikūt) fishing on the reef have caught lots of fish.Ri-kaikikūt ro raṇ elōñ koṇāer.kaikikūt
710.And also we need to first figure out where we are so we can get back on course.” P798Kab ke jej aikuj kaijikmeto ṃōṃokaj im kaṃool ia in jepād ie innem ektak kooj.”kajikmeto
711.Try climbing up on top of the mast, Mr. Boatswain, and if you can see anything up ahead,” Father told him. P1190Kajjioñ ṃōk wanlōñ ḷe, Bojin, im lale ta kwōlo i ṃaan,” Jema ekar ba ñanekajjioñ
712.My coconut sapling has a bottle on it now.Ni jekaro eo eṇ ekajokkor.kajokkor
713.When it is ready for a bottle,” that is the time to put a bottle on it. S19Eḷaññe eraane-bōkāān, kiiō eiien an kajokkor.kajokkor
714.These people on Ebeye work at Kwajalein Island, site of missle launching of the American military. S1Armej rein ioon Epjā rej jerbal ilo Kuwajleen, jikin kōkeḷọk mijeḷ an rūttariṇae in Amedka.kālọk
715.Christ fulfilled his word when he rose on the third day.Kūraij ear kaṃool naan eo an ke ear jerkakpije ilo raan eo kein kajilu.kaṃool
716.We don't eat beef on the outer islands of the Marshalls because there isn't any.Jej jab ṃōñā kanniōkin kau iaelōñ ko ilikin iṂajeḷ kōn an jejeḷọk (ejjeḷọk).kanniōkin kau
717.A dwarfed man came on the plane.Juon eṇ ṃōṃaan (eṃṃaan) kōkanunu (ekkanunu) ear itok ilo baḷuun eo.kanu
718.Is he letting the boy wear a belt? is he putting a belt on the boy?Ej ke kakañōrñōre ḷadik eṇ?kañūrñūr
719.Don't sit on the ground or the seat of your pants will get dirty.Jab jijet laḷ bwe enaaj tōtoon (ettoon) (kapiṃ).kapi-
720.He came from the west end of the island a few days ago, on the local boat.” P126Ear itok jān kapin aelōñ in raan ko ḷọk, ioon wa e waan aelōñ in.”kapi-
721.I will eat once we are on our way, so let’s just set sail while the conditions are still good.” P1298Inaaj kapijje ḷọk ilo iiaḷ ṇe adeañ waj, ak jeañ jerak ke ej ja eṃṃan.”kapije
722.There are clouds on the horizon.Ekkōdọdo kapinlañ.kapin lañ
723.That boat can't go in shallow water, and it may go on the reef.Ekapjulaḷ wa eṇ im emaroñ eọṇ ilo wōd eṇ.kapjulaḷ
724.He is sitting on the bank.Ej jijet ioon kappe.kappe
725.They had to take half a load back because it wouldn’t have fit on the boat. P365Erjel ej aikuj kar kōrọọl jimettanin ḷōut jab eo bwe eban kar maat in uwe.kar
726.It doesn’t have a name yet but I was thinking it would be good if we called it Likabwiro from now on,he said. P329Ej jañin kar or etan ak ij ḷōmṇak eṃṃan ñe jenaaj ṇa etan Likabwiro jān kiiō im wōnṃaan ḷọk,” eba.kar
727.Would you like to take me on?Kokōṇaan ke kāre lọwob?kāre lọwob
728.Throw some kerosene on it before you light it.Kwōn karjini ṃokta jān aṃ tile.karjin
729.He put on the earphones.Ear kōḷaak kein kāroñjake ko.kāroñjak
730.There are lots of sand crabs on the lagoon beach of this islet.Eḷap an kōkrukruk (ekkarukruk) iarin āninkaruk
731.Son, hold on a minute and don’t go to sleep yet,” he said. P816Nejū e, bar kate eok jidik im jab kijer in mājur,” eba.kate
732.I expect him to come on the plane tomorrow.Ña ij katmāne bwe enaaj itok ilo baḷuun eo ilju.katmāne
733.Hold on a minute,” Father said. P1102Kōttar jidik,” Jema ekar ba.kattar
734.The boy jumped on the pick-up truck while it was still moving (just like a cowboy).Ḷadik eo ear kauboweik peikab eo.kaubowe
735.After a little while, I turned my head and saw them coming toward us on the sand. P1256Tokālik iḷak bōk bōra im erre ḷọk, ilo aerro keaar ioon bok.kear
736.I bumped the sore on my leg.Ekeeñjak kinej e neō.keeñjak
737.He is always bumping the wound on his hand.Ekkeeñjakjak kinej eṇ pein.keeñjak
738.What's the reading on the barometer?Ta ṇe kein katu ṇe ej ba?kein katu
739.United Nation, eor jiāi in kejau. there is a juggling contest on U.N. day.Ilo raan eṇ ankejau
740.You have enough capital to go into business on your own.Joñan ṇe ekeke peiṃ im kwōmaroñ jutakḷọk iaaṃ.keke
741.I'm stir-crazy of staying on this island.Ikidel ṇa āninkidel
742.I also promised myself I would go because we get stir-crazy staying on one island all the time. P94Kab ke eṃōj jeke ippa ke jerak kōnke jekiden ṇa i āninkidel
743.Keep on trying in your school work.Kwōn kijenmej wōt im jikuuḷ.kijenmej
744.Do you guys know if there’s any wire on the boat” Father said, the kind that’s really thick?” P731Koṃro jeḷā eor ke wea i wa in?” Jema eba, Kain rot eṇ ekijñeñe.kijñeñe
745.A long time ago the two of us rode in to this island on a huge boat.” P299Jeṃaan kōṃro kar uwe tok ioon juon tiṃa kijoñjoñ ñan ān in.”kijoñ
746.When I woke up the next day, I went up and saw the Boatswain up on top of the mast. P863Rujlọkin raan eo juon, iḷak baj wanlōñ ḷọk jān lowa ikar lo Bojin eo ej de i raan kaju eo.kiju
747.I can see on my own that that job can never be finished.Ij kile ippa make ke eban tōprak jerbal eṇ.kile
748.There are fronds all around (on the ground) outside this house.Ekkimejmej nōbjān ṃwiinkimej
749.There is a big wound on his hand.Eḷap kinej eṇ pein.kinej
750.And with that they lay the Captain down on his sleeping mat. P1053Innem erro kōbabuuk ḷọk ioon jaki ko kinien.kinie-
751.When copper (scrap) was being bought, everyone on this island went looking for copper.Ke raar wia kōba, aolep ri-ānin raar kōkōba.kōba
752.It is such a thrill to ride on a boat with a sail. P856Lukkuun juon eṇ mejatoto ekōbbōkakkak ñe jej uwe ioon wa lewūjḷā.kōbbōkakkak
753.The lagoon beach of Emejwa Island is difficult to walk on.Ekōbkōbe arin Emejwa.kōbkōb
754.Put the sail on your canoe down and pole.Kwōn poon wa ṇe im kōbōjbōj.kōbōjbōj
755.They debated on America's presence in Viet Nam.Raar kōbọuwe kake an Amedka pād Pietnaaṃ.kōbọuwe
756.It seemed seaworthy in the lagoon, but it had not yet traveled on the high sea. P15Ebarāinwōt tipen kōiie i loṃaḷo meñe ej jañin kar tar meto kaṇ rōḷḷap.kōiie
757.He landed next to the engine and started to tinker with some things on the side of it. P615Ej jok wōt turin injin eo ak eṃōkaj im kōṃadṃōde jet men i kōjaan injin eo.kōja
758.The bird was so gentle and kōjatdikdik: deceptive? there on the Captain’s shoulder that when it moved he didn’t know what had happened. P1042Bao eo eineeṃṃan wōt im kōjatdikdik ioon aeran Kapen eo ke ekā wōt im ñak en ita.kōjatdikdik
759.He's comfortable sleeping on the floor.Eṃṃan kōjeān an kiki laḷ.kōjea-
760.What are you spying on?Ta ṇe kwōj kajjaade?kōjjaad
761.Could you please put some catsup on my rice?Kwōmaroñ ke kōjjebwe raij e kijō?kōjjeb
762.I'll drink for the last time and go on the wagon.Ij kōjjeṃḷọk idaak im joḷọk kadek.kōjjeṃḷọk
763.It's obvious that he's putting on a long face.Ealikkar an kōjjeraṃōlṃōl.kōjjeraṃōlṃōl
764.But I need to go on this trip so that I can make sure my son gets there in time to start school. P129Ak ij aikuj uwe ilo tūreep in bwe in kōjparok ḷọk ḷe nejū bwe ejako ejino jikuuḷ.kōjparok
765.Anytime you see a flock of birds on the ocean, you must know that there are fish with it.Jabdewōt iien kwōj lelo (ello) kōjwad, kwōn jeḷā bwe eor ek ippāer.kōjwad
766.We often have tests on Friday. We normally have tests on Fridays.Ekkā wōt am teej in Bōḷaide.kōkā
767.We often have tests on Friday. We normally have tests on Fridays.Ekkā wōt am teej in Bōḷaide.kōkā
768.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.kōkā
769.He had on a multicolored brownish shirt.Ekkaadade mejān jōōt eo an.kōkaadad
770.She left her teeth marks on my arm.Ekkal jenkwan ñiin ṇa ipeiū.kōkal
771.The old woman performed the anointing treatments on the child so that she would grow up popular.Lōḷḷap eo ar anjin kōkpitpiti (ekkapitpiti) ajri eo bwe en lelejkōnkōn (ellejkōnkōn).kōkapit
772.Don't keep on squeezing her hand.Kwōn jab kōkkekeeṇe (ekkekeeṇe) (pein).kōkeeṇ
773.She held on to me.Ear ekkejel ippa.kōkejel
774.Tie it on to the top of the mast.Kakkejele ṇa ijabōn kiju ṇekōkejel
775.Stop bumping the sore on my arm!Kwōjaaṃ keñaje peiū?kōkeñaj
776.We were about to go but Father still had his mind on questioning the old man, and he said, Sir, what are the navigational signs before we see Likiep?” P206Kōṃro ej tōn ṃōṃakūt wōt ak ebar jiktok juon an kajjitōk ippān ḷōḷḷap eo, innem ebar ba, Ḷe kar ta jet iaan kōkḷaḷ ko ṃokta jān ad lo Likiep?”kōkḷaḷ
777.Put on that dress.Kwōn kōṇake jokankan eṇ.kōkōṇak
778.Be careful, they might put a curse on youLale rokọọle eok.kokọọl
779.Don't eat in public or someone will cast a spell on you.Jab ṃōñā luublej bwe rōnaaj kọọle eok.kokọọl
780.While I was cleaning the place where they had eaten, I heard the noise of someone running on the dock. P306Ke ij karreoiki ijo erjel kar ṃōñā ie, iroñ ainikien kọkorkor ioon wab eo.kọkorkor
781.Son, hang on; the waves are getting bigger,” Father yelled to me. P498Nejū e, kakkōt jirok bwe ejino eḷḷap ṇo,” Jema ejiroñ tok .kōkōt
782.There are lots of fruit stems all around (on the ground) outside this house.Ekkōḷāḷā nōbōjān ṃwiinkōḷā
783.I thought for a few minutes and then looked up and saw one of my friends on the pier. P460Ikōḷmānḷọkjeṇ bajjek iuṃwin jet minit im ḷak rōre lọk ñan ioon wab eo, ilo juon ṃōtta ḷaddikkōḷmānḷọkjeṇ
784.That evening as we were all on the deck of the Likabwiro and the men were shooting the breeze we were surprised to see a plane fly overhead toward the west. P929Boñon eo ke kōmmān ej aolep im pād ioon teekin Likabwiro im ḷōṃaro rej kōmeltato bajjek, kōmmān ḷak ilbōk ej to juon baḷuun i lōñ to.kōmāltato
785.Keep on, don't give up.Kōṃbade wōt.kōṃbade
786.He works as a corpsman on Majuro.Ej komen Mājro.komen
787.I put the blame on himIar kōmatōre.kōmmatōr
788.The reason I woke up was because of the people chattering on the dock. P258Unin ruj kōn an armej aeñwāñwā ioon wab eo.kōn
789.She came yesterday and cried on my shoulder about their not letting her know about the birthday party.Eitok inne im jabneejej tok ñan ña kōn aer jab kōjeḷāik kake keemem eo.kōn
790.Who is this that keeps on talking?Wōn in ej kōkōnnaanan (ekkōnnaanan)?kōnnaan
791.They didn’t swim for long; they soon reached the island and came out of the lagoon and went across the sand and then were out of sight on a small path between the Scaveola. P1252Ekar jab to aerro ḷọk ak erro tōpar āne im ato ḷọk i arin ān eo im wōnāne ḷọk ioon bok im penjak ḷọk ilo juon mejate ilo kōṇṇat ko.kōṇṇat
792.It was flying on course with our boat for the time being. P931Ekar bōk ejja kooj eo wōt an wa eo waammān.kooj
793.It’s following the same course we are on now.” P937Ej ja kooj in wōt kōjmān ej ektake kiin.”kooj
794.The Japanese fishing floats washed up on the reef.Eọtōk kōppeḷọk ko an riJepaan ro ibaal.kōppeḷọk
795.He's afraid to fly on planesEkor in uwe ilo baḷuun.kor
796.In the meantime, the Captain and I stayed on the boat and waited. P1253Ilo kōtaan eo, kōṃro Kapen eo kar pād ioon wa eo im kōttar.kōtaa-
797.Shut the window as the wind is blowing on the baby (and it might catch a cold).Kwōn kiil wūṇtō ṇe bwe ekkōtotoik tok ñinniñ e. kōto
798.Just from the Boatswain’s chant, when the fish landed on the boat; there was no breath left in it. P1313Jān wōt roro ko an Bojin eo, eḷak jok ek eo ioon wa eo, ejej kūtwōn.kōto
799.The wind keeps on blowing in from the outside.Ekkōtoto tok jān nabōj.kōto
800.Do you know how to plot a course on the chart?Kwōjeḷā ke kōttōbalbal?kōttōbalbal
801.Don't chew on your pencil.Kwōn jab kūkijkij (ikkijkij) pinjeḷ ṇekūk
802.They worked together on the copra and finished it before nightfall.Raar kumiti waini eo im kōmate ṃokta jān an boñ.kumit
803.Yeah…” the Boatswain was going to try to give the Captain his opinion on the matter but he saw there was no point. P902Iññā. …” Bojin eo ekar bar tōn kajjioñ likūt kuṇaan ippān Kapen eo ak eloe bwe ejej tokjān.kuṇaan
804.He was disqualified on account of his tardiness.Raar kupiiki kōn an ikiruṃwij.kupi
805.Why didn't you put oil on your hair, because it's very dry?Etke kwaar jab kōkapit (ekkapit) ke eḷap aṃ kuraañañ?kuraañañ
806.You've got a scratch on your hand.Juon ṇe kurar peiṃ.kurar
807.Hurry up with the gravy on the meat so we can eat.Kwōn kūrepeik(i) ḷọk jālele ṇe bwe jen ṃōñākūrepe
808.When he reached the cross-stick at the top of the mast he suddenly started kicking then he jumped up to the top and landed on it and sat down. P1192Ke ekar tōpar kūrọọjti eo, ebuñjenōṃ ḷak bwijbwij, ekā lōñ ḷọk im jok ioon im jijet.kūrọọjti
809.I didn’t go fishing because I felt my gout coming on. P190Ijab eọñōd bwe iar bar eñjake an metak tok kūrro e .kūrro
810.I know the old man’s gout would disappear if we were living on the small islands. P198Ijeḷā ke enaaj jako an ḷōḷḷap ṇe kūrro ñe kōṃro pād i aeto.kūrro
811.The houses on this islet are very close together.Ekkutkut iṃōn āninkut
812.They put lizards on the island and nowadays it's crawling with lizards.Raar kakutiltili āneo im raan kein ekanooj kuktiltil (ikkutiltil).kutiltil
813.Cover that food so that the flies don't get on it.Kūtimi ṃōñā ṇe bwe en jab ḷọñḷọñkūtimtim
814.Then when he finished washing his feet he came on board the boat. P68Innem ṃōjin an kwaḷ neen euwe tok ioon wa eo.kwaḷ
815.Mr. Boatswain, go get your clothes while I lash down the things lying loose on deck,” Father said. P407Bojin e, etal im pukoti nuknuk ko aṃ bwe inaaj ḷaajiñi menọknọk kaṇe ioon teek,” Jema eba.ḷaajiñ
816.Since the water was calm and smooth, we were all just sitting on the deck looking around. P1032Ke ebaj lur im ḷae ioon lọjet, kōmmān kar aolep im pād ioon teek, kōmmān ej reito reitak bajjek.ḷae
817.Let's haul the copra on the lighter.Jero ḷaitaik ḷọk waini .ḷaita
818.The bird landed right on the spot of the snare.Bao eṇ ej ḷaj bwe eṇ ioon allok eṇ.ḷaj
819.I looked up, and when I looked over I saw an old man on the dock. P58Ibōk bōra im ḷak rōre lọk, ilo juon ḷōḷḷap ioon wab eo.ḷak
820.I scored below you on the test.Ipād laḷūṃ ilo teej eo.laḷ
821.I had just lain down on the mats down there below when the Captain came down. P974Ij ja babu bajjek wōt ioon jaki ko ijo i laḷ ak Kapen eo ej baj to laḷ tak.laḷ
822.You're on the road to perdition.Kwōnaaj mej ilañ.lañ
823.Whose storm is this? (based on belief that certain people can cause storms).Ḷañin wōn in?ḷañ
824.It grows on almost every island, although there is a season, between May and August, called summer, when breadfruit bear most fruit. S28Ej kalle ilo enañin aolep aelōñ bōtab ewōr juon iien, kōtaan eṇ ilo Mae im Wọkwōj, etan rak,” im ṃā ej lukkuun ḷap an kalle im kouwa.le
825.My son and I already have our things on board,” Father said. P381Ededeḷọk tok ṃweiemro ḷe nejū,” Jema eba.ḷe
826.It's forbidden to gather food on another's property on this island under the risk of getting speared.Emọ ḷe eoon eṃ ānin bwe rōnaaj leṃadeik eok.ḷe eoon eṃ
827.It's forbidden to gather food on another's property on this island under the risk of getting speared.Emọ ḷe eoon eṃ ānin bwe rōnaaj leṃadeik eok.ḷe eoon eṃ
828.Man, I didn’t even know you were leaving until I looked over and saw all these people next to the boat, and I thought I should come see what’s going on,he said. P463Ḷeiō, ilukkuun jaje ke koṃwij jerak ak iḷak erre tok im lo an lōñ armej i turin wa in ibaj itok in lale ta,” eba.ḷeiō
829.The roll of the boat back and forth on the waves started to intensify, and the water inside the boat splashed and sprayed me and Father until we were soaking wet, but the liquid we were pouring from the can never once spilled over. P595Eḷak bar ḷapḷọk an lelāle im ṃōt wa eo, dān eo lowa ejjādbūtbūt im kōṃro Jema ṇok ak ejab lilutōktōk dān eo kōṃro ej teiñi ḷọk ñan lowaan tāāñ eo.lelāle
830.They argued and never agreed on anythingErro leḷọk-letok bajjek ak ejjeḷọk tōprak.leḷọk-letok
831.Yank on the line.Liit eo ṇeliit
832.You're always jerking the line (even though there's no fish on it).Kokadik liliitit (illiitit).liit
833.It's quite foamy on the breaker's crests.Elijeṃōrṃōr ioon ṇoon baal.lijeṃōrṃōr
834.He pushed his daughter on the swing.Ear kalijjidwaḷọke ledik eo nājin.lijjidwaḷọk
835.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.lik
836.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.lik
837.Salt fish and dried fish are rarely made on outer islands that have lots of fish and no one to consume them. S27Ek jọọḷ kab ek ṃōṇakṇak ekkā wōt aer kōṃṃan ilo aelōñ ko ilikin me reike ak ejjeḷọk armej in amāni.lik
838.Schools on the outer islands are located in the central meeting area, where officials and lineage heads live. S24Jikuuḷ ko ilo aelōñ ko ilikin rej pād eoḷapān jikin kwelọk ko, ijo im joonjo ro im aḷap ro rej jokwe ie.lik
839.On the ocean side of Kapinwōd island, Likiep,” the Captain answered. P791Likin wōt Kapinwōd, Likiep,” Kapen eo euwaak.lik
840.It doesn’t have a name yet but I was thinking it would be good if we called it Likabwiro from now on,he said. P329Ej jañin kar or etan ak ij ḷōmṇak eṃṃan ñe jenaaj ṇa etan Likabwiro jān kiiō im wōnṃaan ḷọk,” eba.Likabwiro
841.I said we were still on the lee side of Likiep before we turned downwind,” Father said. P920Ikar ba kōjmān kar pād wōt i liklaḷin Likiep ṃokta jān adeañ kar kabbwe,” Jema eba.liklaḷ
842.Put the book on the table.Likūt bok ṇe ṇai raan tebōḷ ṇelilik
843.It was raining cats and dogs—so hard that it was like someone was pouring water on the cabin and the deck. P765Joñan aer mejel, āinwōt ñe ej lutōk leplep dān ioon ṃweo im ioon teek barāinwōt.lilutōk
844.Just empty it on the deck and it will run out into the ocean,” the Captain yelled over to me. P648Āinwōt juon ñe kwōlutōk ḷọk ṇa ioon teek bwe enaaj tọọr ḷọk ñan lọjet,” Kapen eo ejiroñ tok .lilutōk
845.It's on the bwijEpād ilọbwij.lọbwij
846.You sat on it and wrinkled it.Kwaar jijet ioon im kaḷoktōke.ḷoktōk
847.Who is this making noise on the gravel coming here?Wōn in ej ḷōḷāārār (eḷḷāārār) (tok)?ḷōḷāārār
848.I was still on the boat feeling nervous when I heard the rattling of gravel on the dock. P55Ij ja lōḷñoñ bajjek wōt ioon wa eo ak iroñ ḷōḷāārār ioon wab eo.ḷōḷāārār
849.I was still on the boat feeling nervous when I heard the rattling of gravel on the dock. P55Ij ja lōḷñoñ bajjek wōt ioon wa eo ak iroñ ḷōḷāārār ioon wab eo.ḷōḷāārār
850.We all just sat and drank our coffee on the boat and admired how it sped along there. P887Kōmmān kar idaak ioon wa eo im lale an eḷḷaeoeo ḷọk ijo ḷọkḷōḷaeoeo
851.He stepped on a nail.Elōlō neen ilo dila eo.lōlō
852.Stand on your head.Kwōn kalōlō.lōlō
853.Make sure you are on the plane.Kwōn loloodjake bwe kwōn uwe ilo baḷuun eo.loloodjake
854.Step on it, you guys.Koṃwin kaiur ḷọk ḷōṃarārāḷōṃarārā
855.The other two were still up on deck. P824Ak ḷōṃaro ruo rōkar pād wōt ijo lōñ.ḷōṃaro
856.You are above me on the test.Kwōj pād lōñū ilo teej eṇ.