In dze garten zis morning,' proceeded his visitor, grinning like a gargoyle, 'I did zee you giss Violed.
But she do push dze zide of my face, and my lof is durned to hate.
Dere some hard vord vos,' said Adolf, patiently, 'of which I gannot dze meaning.
But,' proceeded Adolf, 'of one vord, of dze vord "giss", I dze meaning know.
Brezendly, ven I haf dze zilver bolished und my odder dudies zo numerous berformed, I do Herr Blazzervig vil vith von liddle szdory vich you do know go.
It seems that in DZe
there are no compounds having the suffix - inis, -e with the exception of words like dvylik-in-is, -e 'twelve years old', astuoniolik-in-is, -e 'eighteen years old', devyniolik-in-is, -e 'nineteen years old'.
All you need to do now is to arm yourself with the knowledge that Japan could name an entire 22 of players with either an A or an O at the end of their surname (13 As and 9 Os), Georgia have 17 players whose surname ends in DZE
, and Alastair Baxter is an Aussie, not a Scot.
To gather perceptions on when children begin to sing as well as adults, the researcher asked the caretakers, "Vana vanoimba rini nziyo nzinofanana ne nziyo dze
mhunu mukuru": When do children sing songs that sound just like the songs of adults?