Continuing with Gary’s list:
- He will arrive soon.
This one uses ono, which requires a source. Arrive means to come to a place, usually where the speaker is, so we will use “here” as a source.
30. susi mava ono galaba tÉ›lÉ›.
He will come here soon (I infer).
30. anniþen ñi sāen rā þō.
He will go to here soon.