Baru ji Dua Dawoyen[edit | edit source]
Dua insan tongo dawo daw drevolar denwatu hu baru abruto precu in etesu dawo. Un te of dawoyen velosi supraidi cel drevo ji sango se intre xube. Alote oko ki te xa beatake. Fe folo, te infrajeti se cel geo. Baru ata cel te ji plasi sesu nasa nere fe tesu ore ji nasa te total. Mas fe fini te resta te, koski nil baru yam mor maso.
Xaja, alo dawoyen infraidi of drevo ji, fe na haha, te swal tas sesu doste ki baru le lilloga kuto tas tesu ore. "Te le gibe tas mi hin nasiha," tonyen jawabu, "am nilwatu xinloy doste hu da awresta yu denwatu hu hatari nerecu."
The Bear and The Two Travelers[edit | edit source]
Two people were traveling together through a forest when a bear suddenly appeared in their path. One of the travelers quickly climbed a tree and hid himself among the branches. The other saw that he would be attacked, so he threw himself on the ground. The bear came up to him and put its snout close to his ear and smelled him all over. But at last he left him, because bears do not eat dead meat.
Then the other traveler descended from the tree and, laughing, asked his friend what the bear had whispered in his ear. "He gave me this advice," the companion replied, "Never trust a friend who abandons you at the approach of danger."