My dog knows these words in toki pona 

:kama: = come here
:tawa: = go, move away
:awen: = wait
:insa: = inside
:ma: = outside
:soweli: = animal
:pona: = good
:telo: = water
:moku: = food, eat
:musi: = fun, play
:tomo: = building, indoor apace
:seme: = what, lack of understanding
:weka: :jaki: = potty
:poka: = beside (me)

He's also familiar with a few phrases
:insa: :tomo: = to go inside (building/car/elevator)
:tawa: :li: :ma: = let's go outside
:tomo: :soweli: :musi: = doggy daycare
:ma: :kasi: :soweli: :musi: = dogpark

These are augmented further by some concepts that are easier as a single English word he's already learned or has fewer syllables than a toki pona equivalent


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Has anyone taught how to use yet? 🤔 I wonder what it could do with the simpler language set

Considering trying the word 'awen' as a focus. 'Awen' being wait, patience, security, calmness, etc... 😌


:ale: :li: :ni:

A translation of the French " c'est la vie"

Huzzah! Pagan.Plus now has in the form of glyphs! :pu:

:toki: :pona: :toki_pona_flag:

*borrowed from the instance. Thank you!

Huh, took me a lot less time to make these vocabulary cards... I hope this will be a language I manage to pick up 😅


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