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@devurandom I spose if you wanted to say

jan tawa (anu pi) pona e sijelo, that would work, but jan misikeke is much clearer.

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Wear goggles, so that you don’t damage your eyes.

A much simpler way to say that would be:

o len e oko awen tan ni: sina wile ala pakala e oko sina.

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sina toki kepeken toki pona ala tan seme?

The ala should probably be moved to after toki.

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For the answers here: devurandom.xyz/tokipona/answer

jan pi pona sijelo li pana e misikeke tawa mi.

Doctor should really just be jan misikeke (medicine person) , so use that instead of jan pi pona sijelo (good-bodied or fixing-bodied person?)

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@devurandom can I make some toki pona suggestions for this page devurandom.xyz/tokipona/13.htm

IE some of the nimi ku suli word answers.

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New Lemmy Release! v0.12.0 🥳

Includes user and community blocking, leaner federation code, new API docs, and a whole lot more.

lemmy.ml/post/79510

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@devurandom Another more minor one on rnd.neocities.org/tokipona/11. , you have

"sina jo e ijo mute pi kalama musi a!" - "You have a lot of musical instruments!"

should probably be ilo mute pi kalama musi

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