Hemurihi muye umdawi eyetchem. Hemurikan muye umdawi eyetchem.
Er bira hegdindie!
Diktel, dewunŋektel ketekiel!
Egdenduhun beiŋe kete? Egdenduhun beiŋe kete-gu?
Emal beiŋel edu biwkil?
Edu amakal, irgichil, diantakil, sulakil, chataral, tuksakil taduk huntul-da beiŋel biwkil.
Uruchilduk motil, beyur, kumakal, giwcher, mukul bihi.
Inŋaktachilduk sulakil, chataral, niekel, ulukil, ondatral, dielekil, soloŋgol bihi.
Emal ollol biralduhun biwkil?
Dielil, sugdiannal, suril, gutker, ekecher taduk huntul-da.
Er bira on gerbin?
Er bira Ieŋre gerbin.
E, dagakan diur amutkar bihin.
Voiced by Galina Varlamova
Translated from Russian by Rustam Yusupov
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Authors have made this phrasebook close to real language spoken by Evenks living in Yakutia (on the north-east of Russia). Some words can be written not as prescribed by the rules of literary Evenk language. Some words can be written different in different cases. However all phrases of the phrasebook are well-understood by all Evenks living in Russia.