Continuing with Gary’s list:
- I usually sleep soundly.
OK. Talking about sleep. What is sleep? I think it can be a location or destination, someplace that one is travelling inside of while asleep. And since it is not a point destination, I think aŋi is the verb to use. So, aŋi syÉ›É¬É› would be “to go to sleep”. But in “sleeping soundly”, we’re talking about being in “sleep” for a time, so adding eya to aŋi turns the destination into a location.
For “soundly” I am going to use tadya “downwards” (or “deeply”). (And what else is done “soundly” anyways?) And for “usually”, I will use É¨navi “often”.
42. lene eyaŋi syÉ›É¬É› tadya É¨navi.
42. ñalla anxēie anhē ānen anxūna;