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aolep
all; total; every; both; entire

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1.Ej eṃṃan wōt aolep menEverything is okay. P588ṃōṃan
2.Ekwe, aolep baib ikar jeḷati im boṇ,” Jema eba.Well, all the pipes I have taken off so far are clogged,” Father said. P724im
3.Eḷaññe kokadikḷọk aṃ ṃōṃōkadkad im jab kōmarōk wōt kukure, kwōnaaj jeḷā ia eo Jeṃaṃ epād ie aolep iien,” Kapen eo eba tok.If you didn’t wander around so much and play until it gets dark, you would always know where your Father is,” the Captain said to me. P50marok
4.Eḷap iọkwe ḷōḷḷap in kōn an āñin ippān aolep iien ej jejerakrōk.I really love this old man because he always took me with him when he went sailing. P298jerak
5.Enaaj alikkar tok aolep men iṃaan.”Everything will be clear once we see what’s ahead.” P829ṃaan
6.Ij jab tōmak bwe Kapen eṇ enaaj eọroñ bwe aolep iien ij leḷọk ḷōmṇak ñan e, ellootaan im ḷōkatipI don’t believe that the Captain will listen to me, because I’m always telling him what I think, worries and complaints. P128lelotaan
7.Ij jab tōmak bwe Kapen eṇ enaaj eọroñ bwe aolep iien ij leḷọk ḷōmṇak ñan e, ellootaan im ḷōkatipI don’t believe that the Captain will listen to me, because I’m always telling him what I think, worries and complaints. P128ḷōkatip
8.Ij tile ke kijeekin kọpe e?” ikajjitōk ippāerjel aolep.Should I light the fire for coffee?” I asked all three of them. P984kijeek
9.Kōmij jino ektak ilju im kadede ḷọk aolep men.”We will start loading tomorrow and getting everything ready.” P248dede
10.Kōpooj tok aolep ṃweiemi ñan wa in bwe jiljino awa jejeblaak,” Kapen eo ekkōnono tok ikōtaan meme.Bring all your things to the boat because we are going to set sail at 6 o’clock,” the Captain said to me between bites. P379kōtaa-
11.Ṃa e, emour būrūṃrūṃ,” juon iaan rieọñōd ro eba innem aolep im tōtōñin kajjirere.Hey guys, Vroom Vroom is alive,” one of the fishermen said, and everyone laughed mockingly. P317mour
12.Aitwōnmejin ḷeo ear alikkar ippān aolep armej ijo.His imminent demise was apparent to everyone who was present.aitwōnmej
13.Ak aolep rōkar lo im eñjaake bwe ṇo ko rejino ḷōḷap ḷọkBut we could all feel that the waves were starting to get bigger. P527ḷap
14.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17aolep
15.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17aolep
16.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17rawūn
17.Ālkin aolep ruo allōñ, waan rawūn eṇ ej raun ñan aolep aelōñin ṂajeḷEvery two months as of 1965 a field trip ship makes the rounds of all the islands of the Marshalls. S17rawūn
18.An aolep armej jerbal kōtak.Thatching a house is a community project.kōtak
19.Aolep ajri raṇ nājin lieṇ rōkakileik er.All her children are spoiled.kakōl
20.Aolep armej im iọkwe kōn an lelejkōnkōn (ellejkōnkōn).Everyone likes her because of her appealing personality.lelejkōnkōn
21.Aolep armejin ṃweeṇ ri-jeplej.All the people in that house have STDs.jeplej
22.Aolep baaṃle rej kajjilu kijeer ek.All families get three fish each.jilu
23.Aolep bao im jeplōklōk.All of the chickens are scattered.jeplōklōk
24.Aolep bwilijmāāṇ rej kajjo aḷaḷin deñdeñ.Each policeman had a night stick.aḷaḷ in deñdeñ
25.Aolep ej aikuj kajjibukwi taḷa ñan keemem eṇ.Everybody should contribute one hundred dollars for the birthday party.jibukwi
26.Aolep ej aikuj kajjibukwiḷọk ñan iṃōn jar eṇ.Everybody should contribute one hundred dollars toward the church building.jibukwi
27.Aolep ej kajjojo ḷọk wōt .Everybody has a breadfruit.kajjo
28.Aolep eklejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷ rej kwelọk aolep ḷọkin juon iiō ilo Mājro.All congregations of the United Church of Christ meet in Mājro every two years.eklejia
29.Aolep eklejia ko an Jarin Radik Doon ilo Ṃajōḷ rej kwelọk aolep ḷọkin juon iiō ilo Mājro.All congregations of the United Church of Christ meet in Mājro every two years.eklejia
30.Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19jepjep
31.Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19jidik illọk jidik
32.Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19kietak
33.Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19bwije-
34.Aolep iien ad jekaro, ilo jibboñ im jota im jet iien ilo raelep, jej jep utak eo jidik illọk jidik, im barāinwōt kietake bwe en jab idaak bwijen.Every time we tend to the task of drawing coconut sap, in the morning and evening, and sometimes at noon, we cut the coconut shoot a bit each time, and we also bend the shoot down to prevent the sap from drowning its navel. S19idaaj bwijen
35.Aolep iien ajiri ro rej roñjake an jimṃaer inọñ.Every time the children listen to their grandfather telling the legend.inọñ
36.Aolep iien ej jekpen im ba enañinmej bwe en jab jerbal.He was always pretending to be sick so that he wouldn't have to work.jekpen
37.Aolep iien ej jinjin ñe ej illu.He always curses when he's mad.jinjin
38.Aolep iien ej kabbōōlōl neen.He always wiggles his toes.bōbōōlōl
39.Aolep iien ej kōkopāpā (ekkopāpā).He always wears a coat.kopā
40.Aolep iien ej ruj in jijimmarokrok.S/he always gets up early in the morning.jimmarok
41.Aolep iien kōrā rej ruruwe doon.Women are always slandering one another.ruruwe
42.Aolep iien kwōj eaklepi lolo kaṇe im ṃool ke kwe kwōj juon ri-eaklep.You always rob the hens of their eggs and it's true that you are an egg robber.eaklep
43.Aolep iien kwōj jeklepe armej.You always confront people with their faults.jeklep
44.Aolep iien ḷeeṇ ej aṃtōk ñe ej lilu (illu).He always bites his lips when he's angry.aṃtōk
45.Aolep iien ḷeeṇ ej ekkōṇak nuknuk jokdād.He always wears filthy clothes.jokdād
46.Aolep iien rej lui ḷadik eṇ.They are always scolding that boy.lilu
47.Aolep im kar bar ikōñ im jab kōkeroro.Everyone was silent again and no one spoke. P694im
48.Aolep im kar bar ikōñ im jab kōkeroro.Everyone was silent again and no one spoke. P694ikōñ
49.Aolep im kar bar kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ im roñjake kōto im wōt ko.Everyone listened to the wind and the rain and thought for a while. P775kōḷmānḷọkjeṇ
50.Aolep im ko jāne bwe ewūdeakeak.Everyone ran away from him because he went berserk.wūdeakeak
51.Aolep jabōt rej jabawōt.Every Sunday they give an offering to the church.jabawōt
52.Aolep jeḷa raṇe aṃ mejjani wōt.Your crew members are a sorry bunch.mejjani
53.Aolep jendik kaṇ rej jendikin Arṇo.All of the young chickens are from Arno.jendik
54.Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19eakto
55.Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19jeib
56.Aolep jibboñ im jota, ej iien eakto jekaro im kōkkāāl jeib.Every morning and evening the jekaro should be unloaded and the bottle renewed. S19kāāl
57.Aolep jōṃjāān jōṃjatin raṇ im jejakmeejej (ejjakmeejej).All of those siblings have dark skin.jakmeej
58.Aolep jurōn ṃwiin kōṃṃan jān .All of this house's pillars are made of breadfruit timber.joor
59.Aolep kajjo .Each person take a breadfruit.kajjo
60.Aolep kapenin aelōñ kein rōjeḷā bwe allōñ in wa otemjej rej ār bwe ren kōttar im lale ebuñlọk ke Likabwiro.”All island captains know that this month all boats should be beached so they can wait to see when Likabwiro appears.” P251ār
61.Aolep kōmeañ ije ri-jājineet wōt.We're all newcomers and don't know our way around.jājiniet
62.Aolep kumi eṇ ilo kilaaj emān boea wōt.Class four has nothing but delinquents.boea
63.Aolep ḷadik raṇ rej jeṃjati.All of the boys are brothersjeṃjāti
64.Aolep laḷ ko rōḷḷap raar kanooj in itok limoier kōn men in bwe raar tōmak bwe men in juon kōkaḷḷe in an Ṃaikronijia jino wōnṃaanḷọk ñan an make jutak im bōk eddoin jerbal ko an make.The major powers of the world were quite interested in this because they believed it to be a sign of the beginnining of Micronesian independence and of their taking responsibility for their own affairs. S16kakōḷḷe
65.Aolep ledik raṇ im ḷadik raṇ jeṃjāti.All of those girls and boys are brothers and sisters.jeṃjāti
66.Aolep maat ḷọk ñan kweilọk eṇ.Let's all go to the meeting.maat
67.Aolep men i lowa im kar wāār.Everything inside the boat was sliding around. P688wāār
68.Aolep ni jekaro kaṇ im jejekapenpen (ejjekapenpen).The bottles on all those coconut trees being tapped for sap are all less than half full.jakapen
69.Aolep raar kwaḷọk aer itok-limo in jipañ ri-nañinmej ro.Everyone showed enthusiasm for helping the sick.itok-limoin
70.Aolep rar kōjaki tok.Everybody brought a mat.jaki
71.Aolep ren jaḷṃaanḷọk.Everybody face the front. Everybody face forward.jāl-
72.Aolep ri-aetọ im rọọl ñan jikier.All residents of the small islets have returned home.aetọ
73.Aolep ri-aḷjer rej taktō ilju.All those afflicted with ulcers see the doctor tomorrow.aḷjer
74.Aolep ri-itok-limo ro ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar bwikilọk jipañ ko aer ñan aujpitōḷ. [Aolep ro eitok-limoier ilo jipañ ri-nañinmej raar … ]All of those who showed interest in helping the sick took their contributions to the hospital. [The preferred usage is in square brackets.]itok-limoin
75.Aolep ri-kōṃṃan ṃōñā ro ren wōnmaantak.'All those preparing food step forward.' ri-
76.Aolep ro ioon wab eo im ilbōk kōn wāween eo.Everyone on the dock was surprised by it. P316im
77.Aolep ro rej eoonpālōñ rej kwaḷọk ke rōkelọk.Those that lie and put their arms on their foreheads show that they are lovesick.eoonpālōñ
78.Aolep rūtōñal rōnaaj taktō.All those with diabetes will be treated.tōñal
79.Aolep taktō rej jerbal ñan kien, ej jab āinwōt Aṃedkā.All doctors are employees of the government, unlike in the USA. S7taktō
80.Aolep uraak likḷọk.Everyone move to the rear.lik
81.Aolep wa im jitōñ rear.All boats are pointing east.jitōñ
82.Aolepān katak kein ilo bok in, kōmij tōmak bwe rōkōpooḷ aolep wāween ko ñan jeḷā kōn wāween mour, im rāpeḷtan kajin ṂajeḷWe believe that the lessons in this book include ways for learning about the way of living, and a deeper understanding of the Marshallese language. S29pooḷ
83.Aolepān katak kein ilo bok in, kōmij tōmak bwe rōkōpooḷ aolep wāween ko ñan jeḷā kōn wāween mour, im rāpeḷtan kajin ṂajeḷWe believe that the lessons in this book include ways for learning about the way of living, and a deeper understanding of the Marshallese language. S29rāpeḷta-
84.Boñon eo ke kōmmān ej aolep im pād ioon teekin Likabwiro im ḷōṃaro rej kōmeltato bajjek, kōmmān ḷak ilbōk ej to juon baḷuun i lōñ to.That evening as we were all on the deck of the Likabwiro and the men were shooting the breeze we were surprised to see a plane fly overhead toward the west. P929kōmāltato
85.Boñon eo ke kōmmān ej aolep im pād ioon teekin Likabwiro im ḷōṃaro rej kōmeltato bajjek, kōmmān ḷak ilbōk ej to juon baḷuun i lōñ to.That evening as we were all on the deck of the Likabwiro and the men were shooting the breeze we were surprised to see a plane fly overhead toward the west. P929 P929teek
86.Bōtab ejeḷā aolep kain bwebwenato, roro, kab inoñ.However, he knows all kinds of stories, chants, and legends. P41inọñ
87.Bwidej ej pedped eo an aolep menin jeraaṃṃan.Land is the basis of all wealth.pedped
88.Dedeḷọkin aolep men ak eṇatọọn wa eo im kōmmān jino bweradik ḷọk jān ijo ñan bōran aelōñ eṇ.When everything was done and the sails were adjusted we started to move, making our way to Kwajalein. P1301ṇatoon
89.Ej ba kōn an kar ri-Nippoñ ro itan ṃan ermān aolep ri-Ṃajeḷ ilo ān eo ermān baaṃle eo an rej jokwe ie ippān bar jet armej.He was saying the Japanese were going to kill all the Marshallese people on the island where his family and some other people were living. P979er
90.Ej kalle ilo enañin aolep aelōñ bōtab ewōr juon iien, kōtaan eṇ ilo Mae im Wọkwōj, etan rak,” im ṃā ej lukkuun ḷap an kalle im kouwa.It grows on almost every island, although there is a season, between May and August, called summer, when breadfruit bear most fruit. S28le
91.Ejaje akkaun lieṇ. Ej kōḷḷā aolep iien ej wia.She never buys on credit. She always pays for what she buys.akkaun
92.Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27bọọk aij
93.Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on outer islands. S27aelōñ
94.Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27ilikin
95.Ejjeḷọk aij-bọọk ilo enañin aolep eṃ i Ṃajeḷ, bōtab eḷak wōr ilo jet wōt eṃ ko Kuajleen im Mājro kab jejjo ilo aelōñ ko ilikin.There are no refrigerators in most Marshallese homes, except for some on Kwajalein and Majuro, and a few on the outer islands. S27lik
96.Ejjeḷọk kōkeroro im aolep men im lur i lowaan wa eo.It was quiet and calm inside the boat. P345im
97.Ejowālel Alfred im aolep iien ej iiet koṇan ñe ej turọñ.Alfred is not a good marksman at spearfishing and his catch is never large when he goes spearfishing.jowālel
98.Eḷak lukore kūta eo aolep im pepaḷ (eppaḷ).As he strummed on the guitar, everyone went agape.lukor
99.Eḷañe enaaj wōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ, enaaj kanooj in jipañ aolep aelōn ko ilikin.If there were radio communication on all islands, it would really help all the outer islands. S25retio
100.Eḷañe enaaj wōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ, enaaj kanooj in jipañ aolep aelōn ko ilikin.If there were radio communication on all islands, it would really help all the outer islands. S25retio
101.Eḷañe ewōr retio in kōnono ilo aolep aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, ri-nañinmej rōban aikuj in mej kōñ an ejjeḷọk taktō ak wūno, im barāinwōt jipañ bōbrae jān an waḷọk ñūtaIf there were radio communication on all islands in the Marshalls, sick people would not die for want of doctors or medicine, and it would also help prevent the occurrence of famine. S25bōbrae
102.Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9dik
103.Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9ri-
104.Elōñ ri-kaki in pālle ilo jikuuḷ kein rōḷḷap ak enañin aolep jikuuḷ ko rōddik ilo aelōñ ko ilikin ri-Ṃajeḷ wōt rej ri-kaki.There are a number of Western teachers in the larger schools, but almost all of the small outer-island schools have only Marshallese teachers. S9lik
105.Eṃṃan an aolep ri-bukwōn in bōro-kuk.It is good that the people of this district are united.bōro-kuk
106.Eṃṃan ñe aolep rej jitrōkeañḷọk.It is better for everybody to lie with their heads pointing southward.jitrōkeañ
107.Eṃōj kaiñ aolep ke eor juon ḷañ ej itok.They have informed everybody that there is a storm coming.kaiñ
108.Eṃōj ṇe aṃ kūtimtimi ajri ṇe aolep iieṇWhy don't you stop wrapping that baby up all the time.?kūtimtim
109.Enañin aolep armej ilo kemem eo rar ṃōñā kōn jepe.Most of the people in the birthday party ate from jepejepe
110.Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Katlik
111.Enañin aolep jikuuḷ kein an kien bōtab ebar wōr an Katlik im Būrotijen.Most of these schools are public schools, but there are also Catholic and Protestant schools as of 1965. S9Būrotijen
112.Enañin aolep kōrāin Jepaan rōnetūbtūb.Most all Japanese women walk in quick, short steps.netūbtūb
113.Enañin aolep raan rimween rej jejeparujruj (ejjeparujruj).There is excitement in that house almost every day.jeparujruj
114.Enañin aolep ri-Kōle rej jenkwōn doon.Most of the people from Kōle are related to each other.jenokwōn
115.Eor roro ñan aolep kain jerbal.There is a chant for any type of work.roro
116.Epojak aolep men ijellọkin wōt ektak aḷaḷ kab tiin im deenjuuk injin e an wa in.Everything is ready except for loading the lumber and metal, and warming up the engine in the boat. P80deenju
117.Erjel aolep im lōr ak ñe wa eo ej añōppāl ke elur im jej kōto ñan jidik.All three of them were silent and pensive while the boat was quietly drifting, as it was dead calm. P983lur
118.Etke ej kakūtōtōik eok aolep iienWhy is she always teasing you?aolep iien
119.Euwi wōt akwōlāān Likiep jān aolep aelōñThe akwōlā fish of Likiep are the best of them all.akwōlā
120.Ewōr jilu an tiṃa eṇ injinea. Aolep ri-injinea rein jilu raar diojḷọk jān jikuuḷ injinea.The ships has three engineers. All three of them have graduated from mechanical engineering school.injinia
121.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7dedo
122.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7bōbrae
123.Ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, kien ej bōk eddoin aolep jerbal ko kijjien kōjparok im bōbrae armej jān nañinmej im jorrāān.In the Marshall Islands, the government takes the responsibility of caring for and protecting people from sickness and harm. S7kōjparok
124.Ilo iien rak eo, ear eppedejdej iuṃwin aolepDuring the summer there was squashed ripe breadfruit under all the breadfruit trees.pedej
125.Iruṃwij jān an ko aolep ek jiddik ko im ḷañe eo barāinwōt.But I was too late; all the little fish and the big skipjack had already swum away. P389ko
126.Jabwetata joñan ṃōñā eo ilo keemem eo boñ jān aolep keemem ko ḷọkThe food at the birthday party last night was more inadequate than at any birthday party heretofore.jabwe
127.Jenaaj aikiuuk ṃōñā e bwe aolep en ṃōñāWe shall share this food equally so everyone can eat.aikiu
128.Jenaaj aolep jitṃanṃan ilo lōb.We will all be laid in our graves.jitṃanṃan
129.Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im ewweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003ikueaak
130.Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im ewweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003ikueaak
131.Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im euweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003uwea
132.Juon eo baj pako tiltil iaer ejaad alikkar an lāj jān aolep bwe ñe ej ikueaak ikōtaan pako ko jet, aolep im euweaea ḷọkIt was obvious that one of the spotted sharks was fiercer than the rest because whenever it swam back and forth between the other sharks, they would all swim away. P1003uwea
133.Kab itok aolep raan ijellọkun wōt Jabōt.Come every day except Sunday.ijellọkwi-
134.Kajjioñ kōṃṃan bwe aolep eṃ rej ekkal ren jepaer wōt juon.Try to have the new buildings arranged evenly.jepaa-
135.Ke ear kōnono ñan armej ro, Būreejtōn Obama ear ba, "Koṃwin aolep tok bwe kannin laḷ jok!"In his speech to the people, President Obama said, "You all come; the food is sufficient for everyone." kannin laḷ jok
136.Ke ebaj lur im ḷae ioon lọjet, kōmmān kar aolep im pād ioon teek, kōmmān ej reito reitak bajjek.Since the water was calm and smooth, we were all just sitting on the deck looking around. P1032ḷae
137.Ke iar dik, ikōn wūdādo aolep JādedeWhen I was young I used to sail toy hydroplanes every Saturday.wūdādo
138.Ke raar wia kōba, aolep ri-ānin raar kōkōba.When copper (scrap) was being bought, everyone on this island went looking for copper.kōba
139.Kiiō aolep al jān aolep aelōñ rej jañ ilo mejatoto im armej remaroñ in kālet ko rōkōṇaan, ko rōṃṃan, ak ko renana.Now all songs from all islands are heard on the air, and people can choose those they like—those that are good and those that are not. S26mejatoto
140.Kiiō aolep al jān aolep aelōñ rej jañ ilo mejatoto im armej remaroñ in kālet ko rōkōṇaan, ko rōṃṃan, ak ko renana.Now all songs from all islands are heard on the air, and people can choose those they like—those that are good and those that are not. S26mejatoto
141.Kiiō enañin wōr aebōj laḷ iturin aolep eṃNow there are cisterns near almost all homes. S22nañin
142.Koṃwin kab rakōme aolep ṃweiukNow plunder all the goods.rakōm
143.Kwōn kajjoukḷọk kaṇe ñan aolep.Divide up those breadfruit among everyone.kajjo
144.Kwōnañin jijidpānpān (ijjidpānpān) ke aolep raan kwōj jidpān?You seem to be sawing all the time!jidpān
145.Ḷadik eṇ ej juon eṇ ri-jippapa bwe aolep iien ej jipapa ippān jemān.That boy is one who is always playing jipapa with his father.jippapa
146.Lieṇ im ḷeeṇ aolep iien rej iakwāālāl.The man and his wife are always arguing.iakwāāl
147.Ḷōṃarein aolep ri-Likiep im rej mājur ḷọk wōt ilo men in jejerakrōk, joñan aerjel jelā.All of these men were from Likiep, and they were so good at sailing that they could do it in their sleep. P31aer
148.Mejin ejelōte aolep.The common cold is infecting everyone.jelōt
149.Nañinmej ko rōḷḷap rej aolep itok jān aelōñ in pālle, ainwōt polio kab tiipi.Major diseases such as polio and tuberculosis have all come from foreign countries. S7nañinmej
150.Ñe ej or jeḷo, aolep rej kōkkeilọk.When a boat is sighted the islanders all shout.kōkkeilọk
151.Ñe juon armej ej mej ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ, men in ej juon iien kwelọk tok an ro nukun, ro jeran, im aolep ro rejeḷā kajjien.When someone dies in the Marshalls, this is a time for the coming together of their family, friends, and everyone who knew them. S14kijjie-
152.Raar ajeji ek ko koṇāer im aolep rej kajjoñouljilu kijen.They divided their catch, and each of them got thirteen fish.joñoul jilu
153.Rej ba eaiji ioon dān ilo North Pole aolep iienIt is said that there is always ice on the water at the North Pole.aij
154.Rej bōk waj bao im piik im im aolep kain ṃōñā, kab amiṃōṇo.They bring chickens, pork, breadfruit, and all kinds of food and handicraft. S4amiṃōṇo
155.Rej jejālele (ejjālele) aolep iienThey always eat sauce with their food.jālele
156.Rej juujuj aolep.They are all wearing shoes.juujuj
157.Rej kōṃṃan enañin aolep men ko rej aikuji ñan mour jān ni im men ko leen.They make almost everything they need to live from the conconut and its fruit. S10ni
158.Rej kōṃṃan enañin aolep men ko rej aikuji ñan mour jān ni im men ko leen.They make almost everything they need to live from the conconut and its fruit. S10le
159.Rej wūntokai aolep U.N. Day.They hold track and field events every U.N. Day.wūntokai
160.Ri-allōñiju ro an jabōt eo ḷọk ren jouj im jutak bwe aolep ren lo er.Those who made contributions for last Sunday please stand up for everyone to see.allōñ iju
161.Ri-kaiñ ro eṃōj aer kaiñ aolep armej kōn taibuun eo ej itok.The messengers have informed everybody about the typhoon coming.kaiñ
162.Ri-pepe ro ilo aelōñ in Ṃajeḷ rej kwelọktok ñan Mājro aolep iiō im etali kien ko im bar kōṃṃan kien ekkar ñan aikuj ko im kōṇaan ko an armej ro i ṂajeḷThe Marshallese legislators assemble at Majuro each year and review the laws and also pass laws to meet the needs and proclamations of the Marshallese people. S15kweilọk
163.Wāween rawūn, waan rawūn eṇ ej etal ñan aolep āne in Rālik, ñe ebooḷ kobban kab ñe emaat ṃōñā im ṃweiuk, erọọl ñan Majro, eakto in ektak, kaṃōjḷọk tūreep eṇ an.The procedure is for the field trip ship to go to all the islands of the Rālik, and when it is fully loaded and all food and trade goods are gone, it returns to Majuro, off-loading and on-loading, to finish the trip. S17wāwee-
164.Wūnin tūreep in rawūn kein, kōnke en bōkḷọk ṃōñā im ṃweiuk im ektak waini jān aolep aelōñ ko ilikin Mājro.The purpose of the round-trips is to take food and trade goods and bring copra from all the outer islands to Majuro. S17wūn

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