Phone

Where can I top up my phone?
Телефонду иду карчива нэдем?

Telephondu idu karchiwa nediem?

Use payment terminal.
Терминалду нэкэл.

Terminaldu nekel.

What is your phone number?
Номерис он?

Nomeris on?

My phone number is 22-32-45.
Номерив дюрдяр дюр иландяр дюр дыгиндяр тунӈа.

Nomeriw diurdiar diur ilandiar diur digindiar tunŋa.

I'm sending you SMS.
Эсэмэскава уӈдем.

Esemeskawa uŋdiem.

OK, i'm waiting.
Ая, алатчиӈав.

Aya, alatchiŋaw.

I should phone my father.
Аминдуви коӈкодев.

Aminduwi koŋkodiow.

Phone me tomorrow.
Тыли коӈкокол.

Tili koŋkokol.

OK, I'll phone you in the morning.
Ая, тыми коӈкодёв. Ая, тыматнэ коӈкодёв.

Aya, timi koŋkodiow. Aya, timatne koŋkodiow.

I've lost my phone.
Телефонми сэнмим. Телефонми бурим.

Telephonmi senmim. Telephonmi burim.

Perhaps you forgot it in the car.
Бадага, машинаду эмэнчэс.

Badaga, mashinadu emenches.

Authors

Anna Myreeva

Galina Varlamova

Alexander Varlamov

Voiced by Galina Varlamova

Translation

Translated from Russian by Rustam Yusupov

Is anythign wrong with our English? I'm not a professional translator, and some sentences in English can seem strange. If you can help us with translation, please, contact me by email rustam.kirz@gmail.com.

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Notice

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.