The "A" class verb 'smell it' in present tense.
Root verb -hw(a)sv-
Note: According to
Cook, page 45, this is an "A" Class verb in NC, but per D.
Feeling in the CED, page 182, in Oklahoma this is a "B"
ᏥᏩᏒᎦ tsi:'wasv-ga - I am smelling it.
ᎯᏩᏒᎦ hi-hwsv-ga - you
are smelling it.
ᎦᏩᏒᎦ ga-hwsv-ga - he/she/it is smelling it.
ᎢᏂᏩᏒᎦ ini-hwsv-ga - the two of us (including you) are smelling it.
ᏍᏗᏩᏒᎦ sdi-hwsv-ga - you two are smelling it.
ᎣᏍᏗᏩᏒᎦ osdi-hwsv-ga - the two of us (not including you) are smelling it.
ᎢᏗᏩᏒᎦ idi-hwsv-ga - we (including you) are all smelling it.
ᎣᏥᏩᏒᎦ otsi-hwsv-ga - we (not including you) are all smelling it.
ᎢᏥᏩᏒᎦ itsi-hwsv-ga - you are all smelling it.
ᎠᏂᏩᏒᎦ ani-hwsv-ga - they are smelling it.
ᏥᏩᏒᎪᎢ tsi:'wasv-go'i - I smell it.
ᎯᏩᏒᎪᎢ hi-hwsv-go'i - you smell it.
ᎠᏩᏒᎪᎢ a-hwsv-go'i - he/she/it smell it.
ᎢᏂᏩᏒᎪᎢ ini-hwsv-go'i - the two of us (including you) smell it.
ᏍᏗᏩᏒᎪᎢ sdi-hwsv-go'i - you two smell it.
ᎣᏍᏗᏩᏒᎪᎢ osdi-hwsv-go'i - the two of us (not including you) smell it.
ᎢᏗᏩᏒᎪᎢ idi-hwsv-go'i - we (including you) all smell it.
ᎣᏥᏩᏒᎪᎢ otsi-hwsv-go'i - we (not including you) all smell it.
ᎢᏥᏩᏒᎪᎢ itsi-hwsv-go'i - you all smell it.
ᎠᏂᏩᏒᎪᎢ ani-hwsv-go'i - they smell it.
- 1. Ꮩ ᏳᏍᏗ ᎯᏩᏒᎦ?
- Do yusdi hihwsvga?
What are you smelling?
- 2. ᏣᏔᎦ ᎦᏣᎳᏅ ᏥᏩᏒᎦ.
- Tsitaga gatsatlana tsi'wasvga.
I am smelling fried chicken.
ᏣᏔᎦ ᎦᏣᎳᏅ - fried chicken
Ꮩ ᏳᏍᏗ - (ga)do yusdi - what, which
(Note: Remote Past usually uses "B" Class pronouns)
agi-wasv'i I smelled it.
tsa-hwsv'i you smelled it.
u-hwsv'i he/she/it smelled it.
gini-hwsv'i the two of us (including you) smelled it.
sdi-hwsv'i you two smelled it.
ogini-hwsv'i the two of us (not including you) smelled it.
igi-hwsv'i we (including you) all smelled it.
ogi-hwsv'i we (not including you) all smelled it.
itsi-hwsv'i you all smelled it.
uni-hwsv'i they smelled it.