@email@example.com i'm still very much learning, like, i literally just opened up a few tabs, started reading, and have a grammar cheatsheet and a dictionary printed out
from this i can work my way through most of what i read so far
that said, you're the second person to reply with "jan kawele o, kama pona!", which i understand as "gaeel, please come talk!", but maybe i'm mistaken?
does that phrase in particular mean something special?
@firstname.lastname@example.org nvm i'm a dumbass, "pona" is "good/simple", not "word/language/talk"
@gaeel I'm not that much further than you tbh, I'm only ~3 days of actually learning in :p
"kama pona" roughly translates to "welcome" - it literally translates to something like "to come well/good"
"<x> o" is more or less what you interpreted it as - it's an exclamation or for calling attention
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