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95 Core Concepts Across Languages

What are the most basic, elementary, core concepts that virtually all languages express? Many linguists have put a great deal of effort into answering this question, and several short word lists have come out of it. The most famous are probably the Swadesh lists, based mostly on intuition and refined over time. Later lists like the Leipzig-Jakarta have used more stringent methods to determine which vocabulary items are most resistant to borrowing and change over time.

What I've done here is taken five such word lists (Swadesh 100, Ranked Swadesh 40, Swadesh-Yakhontov, Leipzig-Jakarta, and Woodward) and kept only the items that occur in at least two of the lists.

Nouns:
1) name
2) water
3) blood
4) fire
5) stone/rock
6) dog
7) fish
8) louse/flea
9) hand/arm
10) eye
11) ear
12) nose
13) tongue
14) tooth
15) bone
16) horn
17) tail
18) egg
19) leaf
20) night/evening
21) star
22) sun
23) moon
24) earth/soil
25) salt
26) mountain
27) tree
28) rain
29) wind
30) bird
31) flesh/meat
32) liver
33) skin/hide
34) knee
35) breast/chest
36) person/human
37) man
38) woman
39) child
40) hair/fur
41) mouth
42) neck
43) foot/leg
44) feather
45) grease/fat
46) smoke
47) ash/soot
48) sand
49) wood
50) root
51) rope/cord
52) path/road
53) year

Verbs:
54) die
55) see/look/watch
56) hear/listen
57) know
58) drink
59) give
60) come
61) stand
62) sit/set
63) lie/lay
64) fly
65) eat
66) bite
67) burn
68) kill
69) say/tell/speak/talk
70) laugh

Adjectives:
71) new
72) full
73) good
74) long
75) red
76) black
77) white
78) green
79) yellow
80) small/little
81) big/large
82) wide/broad
83) heavy
84) old
85) dry

Other:
86) I/me
87) you
88) what/which
89) who/whom
90) one/a/an
91) two
92) not/no
93) this/these
94) we/us
95) all/everything/everyone

I've been posting different translations of this list in the forums here and getting several more translations back as responses. These are the languages we have so far:

  1. Albanian
  2. Arabic
  3. Armenian
  4. Calda (Alo)
  5. Chinese (Mandarin)
  6. Danish
  7. Dutch (Netherlands)
  8. Esperanto
  9. Finnish
  10. French
  11. German
  12. Gowee (Alo)
  13. Hindi
  14. Hungarian
  15. Icelandic
  16. Irish
  17. Italian
  18. Japanese
  19. Latin (Classical)
  20. Malay (Malaysian)
  21. Maltese
  22. Norwegian (Bokmål)
  23. Polish
  24. Portuguese (Brazilian)
  25. Romanian
  26. Russian
  27. Serbian
  28. Slovene
  29. Spanish
  30. Thai
  31. Turkish
  32. Ukrainian
  33. Yili (Alo)
  34. Yomba (Alo)

If you'd like to help out by translating this list into another language not listed here, just post your work as a comment, and I'll be sure to pay you some lingots. A big thanks to everybody who's helped so far!

Formatting note: To keep your line breaks in a Duolingo post (without skipping a line), you have to include two spaces at the end of each line.

Update: I've added a second list based more on word frequency, bringing the total to an even 200. If you like this kind of thing, check out my website for more!

September 15, 2014

74 Comments


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in Japanese

Nouns

  • 1) name = 名前 namae
  • 2) water = 水 mizu
  • 3) blood = 血 chi
  • 4) fire = 火 hi
  • 5) stone/rock = 石/岩 ishi/iwa
  • 6) dog = 犬 inu
  • 7) fish = 魚 sakana
  • 8) louse/flea = 虱/蚤 shirami/nomi
  • 9) hand/arm = 手/腕 te/ude
  • 10) eye = 目 me
  • 11) ear = 耳 mimi
  • 12) nose = 鼻 hana
  • 13) tongue = 舌 shita
  • 14) tooth = 歯 ha
  • 15) bone = 骨 hone
  • 16) horn = 角 tsuno
  • 17) tail = 尻尾 shippo
  • 18) egg = 卵 tamago
  • 19) leaf = 葉っぱ happa
  • 20) night = 夜 yoru
  • 21) star = 星 hoshi
  • 22) sun = 日 hi
  • 23) moon = 月 tsuki
  • 24) earth/soil = 土/地 tsuchi/chi
  • 25) salt = 塩 shio
  • 26) mountain = 山 yama
  • 27) tree = 木 ki
  • 28) rain = 雨 ame
  • 29) wind = 風 kaze
  • 30) bird = 鳥 tori
  • 31) flesh/meat = 身/肉 mi/niku
  • 32) liver = 肝 kimo
  • 33) skin/hide = 皮/革 kawa/kawa
  • 34) knee = 膝 hiza
  • 35) breast = 胸 mune
  • 36) person = 人 hito
  • 37) man = 男 otoko
  • 38) woman = 女 onna
  • 39) child = 子供 kodomo
  • 40) hair = 髪 kami
  • 41) mouth = 口 kuchi
  • 42) neck = 首 kubi
  • 43) foot/leg = 足/脚 ashi/ashi
  • 44) feather = 羽 hane
  • 45) grease/fat = 脂 abura
  • 46) smoke = 煙 kemuri
  • 47) ash/soot = 灰 hai
  • 48) sand = 砂 suna
  • 49) wood = 木 ki
  • 50) root = 根 ne
  • 51) rope = 綱 tsuna
  • 52) path/road = 道/路 michi/michi
  • 53) year = 年 toshi

Verbs

  • 54) die = 死ぬ shinu
  • 55) see = 見る miru
  • 56) hear = 聞く kiku
  • 57) know = 知る shiru
  • 58) drink = 飲む nomu
  • 59) give = 与える ataeru
  • 60) come = 来る kuru
  • 61) stand = 立つ tatsu
  • 62) sit = 座る suwaru
  • 63) lie/recline = 寝る neru
  • 64) fly = 飛ぶ tobu
  • 65) eat = 食べる/食う taberu/kuu
  • 66) bite = 噛む kamu
  • 67) burn = 燃える moeru
  • 68) kill = 殺す korosu
  • 69) say = 言う iu
  • 70) laugh = 笑う warau

Adjectives

  • 71) new = 新しい atarashii
  • 72) full = 満ちている michiteiru
  • 73) good = 良い yoi/ii
  • 74) long = 長い nagai
  • 75) red = 赤い akai
  • 76) black = 黒い kuroi
  • 77) white = 白い shiroi
  • 78) green = 青い aoi
  • 79) yellow = 黄色 kiiro
  • 80) small = 小さい chiisai
  • 81) big = 大きい ookii
  • 82) wide = 広い hiroi
  • 83) heavy = 重い omoi
  • 84) old = 古い furui
  • 85) dry = 乾いた kawaita

Other:

  • 86) I/me = 私/僕/俺 watashi/boku/ore
  • 87) you = 君/貴方 kimi/anata
  • 88) what = 何 nani
  • 89) who/whom = 誰 dare
  • 90) one = 一つ/一 hitotsu/ichi
  • 91) two = 二つ/二 futatsu/ni
  • 92) not = 無い nai
  • 93) this = 此れ kore
  • 94) we/us = 我々/私達 wareware/watashitachi
  • 95) all = 全て/皆 subete/minna

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/CliffJonesJr

I think the most common forms for 90 and 91 would be 一 ichi and 二 ni. I'd include both.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Jennifer.Kirby

does duolingo have a Japanese course, if not that would be awesome. I've tried learning from college text books on my own and no go.


https://www.duolingo.com/profile/TheBryce

Correct if wrong, if yellow were an adjective, wouldn't it 黄色い?


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95 Core Concepts in Filipino/Tagalog

Nouns:

  • 1 name = pangalan
  • 2 water = tubig
  • 3 blood = dugo
  • 4 fire = apoy
  • 5 stone/rock = bato
  • 6 dog = aso
  • 7 fish = isda
  • 8 louse/flea = kuto
  • 9 hand/arm = kamay/braso
  • 10 eye = mata
  • 11 ear = tainga (ta i nga)
  • 12 nose = ilong
  • 13 tongue = dila
  • 14 tooth = ngipin (ngi pin)
  • 15 bone = buto
  • 16 horn = sungay (su ngay)
  • 17 tail = buntot
  • 18 egg = itlog
  • 19 leaf = dahon
  • 20 night = gabi
  • 21 star = bituwin
  • 22 sun = araw
  • 23 moon = buwan
  • 24 earth/soil = lupa
  • 25 salt = asin
  • 26 mountain = bundok
  • 27 tree = puno
  • 28 rain = ulan
  • 29 wind = hangin (ha ngin)
  • 30 bird = ibon
  • 31 flesh/meat = karne/laman-loob
  • 32 liver = atay
  • 33 skin/hide = balat
  • 34 knee = tuhod
  • 35 breast = dibdib
  • 36 person = tao
  • 37 man = lalake
  • 38 woman = babae
  • 39 child = bata
  • 40 hair = buhok
  • 41 mouth = bibig
  • 42 neck = leeg (le eg)
  • 43 foot/leg = paa/hita
  • 44 feather = balahibo (NOTE: the word also applies to animal fur)
  • 45 grease/fat = taba/grasa
  • 46 smoke = usok
  • 47 ash/soot = abo
  • 48 sand = buhangin (bu ha ngin)
  • 49 wood = kahoy
  • 50 root = ugat
  • 51 rope = tali or lubid
  • 52 path/road = daanan (da a nan)/kalsada
  • 53 year = taon

Verbs: NOTE: Tagalog verb uses Austronesian alignment that is, the verb switches it's affixes when it will focus on the doer of the action, the receiver of the action, etc.

Listed are the root words for simplicity

  • 54 die = patay (precisely, mamatay)
  • 55 see = kita
  • 56 hear = dinig
  • 57 know = alam
  • 58 drink = inom
  • 59 give = bigay
  • 60 come = ❤❤❤❤❤
  • 61 stand = tayo
  • 62 sit = upo
  • 63 lie/recline = higa
  • 64 fly = lipad
  • 65 eat = kain
  • 66 bite = kagat
  • 67 burn = sunog
  • 68 kill = patay (precisely: pumatay)
  • 69 say = salita (precisely: magsalita)
  • 70 laugh = tawa

Adjectives:

  • 71 new = bago
  • 72 full = puno
  • 73 good = mabuti or magaling
  • 74 long = mahaba
  • 75 red = pula
  • 76 black = itim
  • 77 white = puti
  • 78 green = luntian or berde
  • 79 yellow = dilaw
  • 80 small = maliit (ma li it)
  • 81 big = malaki
  • 82 wide = malapad
  • 83 heavy = mabigat
  • 84 old = luma or matanda
  • 85 dry = tuyo

Other:

  • 86 I/me = ako/ko
  • 87 you = ikaw
  • 88 what = ano
  • 89 who/whom = sino/para kanino
  • 90 one = isa
  • 91 two = dalawa
  • 92 not = hindi
  • 93 this = ito
  • 94 we/us = kami/namin
  • 95 all = lahat

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/Ryzll

11) ear - isn't it really 'tainga'? it only became 'tenga' because of our tendency to shorten words. 43) foot/leg - paa/hita 51) rope - tali or lubid 52) path/road - it could also be 'daan' and isn't road 'kalsada'?

for the verbs, maybe you should put the root words instead? 60) come - i think '❤❤❤❤❤' is also valid.

73) good - 'maganda' can be used sometimes. 84) old - luma or 'matanda'


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In Mandarin : 1) name 名字/姓名 míng zì /xìng míng 2) water 水 shuǐ 3) blood 血 xuè 4) fire 火 huǒ 5) stone/rock 石头/岩石 shí tóu /yán shí 6) dog 狗/犬 gǒu /quǎn 7) fish 鱼 yú 8) louse/flea 虱子/跳蚤 shī zǐ /tiào zǎo 9) hand/arm 手/手臂 shǒu /shǒu bì 10) eye 眼/眼睛 yǎn /yǎn jīng 11) ear 耳/耳朵 ěr /ěr duǒ 12) nose 鼻/鼻子 bí /bí zǐ 13) tongue 舌/舌头 shé /shé tóu 14) tooth 牙/牙齿 yá /yá chǐ 15) bone 骨/骨头 gǔ /gǔ tóu 16) horn 角 jiǎo 17) tail 尾巴 wěi bā 18) egg 蛋/卵 dàn /luǎn 19) leaf 叶子 yè zǐ 20) night 夜/晚上/夜晚 yè /wǎn shàng /yè wǎn 21) star 星/星星 xīng /xīng xīng 22) sun 日/太阳 rì /tài yáng 23) moon 月/月亮 yuè /yuè liàng 24) earth/soil 地球/土地/土壤 dì qiú /tǔ dì /tǔ rǎng 25) salt 盐 yán
26) mountain 山 shān 27) tree 树 shù 28) rain 雨 yǔ 29) wind 风 fēng 30) bird 鸟 niǎo 31) flesh/meat 肉 ròu 32) liver 肝/肝脏 gān /gān zāng 33) skin/hide 皮肤/皮革 pí fū / pí gé 34) knee 膝盖 xī gài 35) breast 胸/乳房 xiōng/rǔ fáng 36) person 人 rén 37) man 男人 nán rén 38) woman 女人 nǚ rén 39) child 孩子/小孩 hái zǐ /xiǎo hái 40) hair 头发/毛发 tóu fā /máo fā 41) mouth 嘴/口/嘴巴 zuǐ /kǒu /zuǐ bā 42) neck 脖子 bó zǐ 43) foot/leg 脚/足/腿 jiǎo /zú /tuǐ 44) feather 羽毛 yǔ máo 45) grease/fat 油脂 yóu zhī 46) smoke 烟 yān 47) ash/soot 灰 huī 48) sand 沙 shā 49) wood 木/木头 mù /mù tóu 50) root 根 gēn 51) rope 绳/绳子 shéng /shéng zǐ 52) path/road 路 lù 53) year 年 nián Verbs:

54) die 死 sǐ 55) see 看 kàn 56) hear 听 tīng 57) know 知道/了解/认识 zhī dào /liǎo jiě /rèn shí 58) drink 喝 hē 59) give 给 gěi 60) come 来 lái 61) stand 站 zhàn 62) sit 坐 zuò 63) lie/recline 躺 tǎng 64) fly 飞 fēi 65) eat 吃 chī 66) bite 咬 yǎo 67) burn 燃烧 rán shāo 68) kill 杀 shā 69) say 说 shuō 70) laugh 笑 xiào Adjectives:

71) new 新 xīn 72) full 满 mǎn 73) good 好 hǎo 74) long 长 cháng 75) red 红 hóng 76) black 黑 hēi 77) white 白 bái 78) green 绿 lǜ 79) yellow 黄 huáng 80) small 小 xiǎo 81) big 大 dà 82) wide 宽 kuān 83) heavy 重 zhòng 84) old 老 lǎo 85) dry 干 gān Other:

86) I/me 我 wǒ 87) you 你(singular)/你们(plural) nǐ /nǐ men 88) what 什么 shén me 89) who/whom 谁 shuí or shéi 90) one 一 yī 91) two 二/两 èr/liǎng 92) not 不 bú 93) this 这个/这 zhè gè/zhè 94) we/us 我们 wǒ men 95) all 全部/所有 quán bù /suǒ yǒu


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Thanks for making this list! Some small corrections and comments:

27) tree is also 木 mù (even looks like a tree) or 树木 shù mù

57) know 了解 is pronounced liǎo jiě

87) additionally there are the formal variants 您 nín (singular) and 您们 nín men (plural)

91) also: two 两 liǎng (e.g. when counting)

92) not is simply 不 (不是 is not be, but can sometimes be used similarly to not or no in English, e.g. in an answer), or 没 měi (especially when negating 有 yǒu (have) or talking about past events)

93) "this" can also be simply 这 zhè (这个 could be seen as "this one", depending on context)

95) additionally you could use for all: 都 dōu / 大家 dà jiā


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I will also list the translations in Turkish so you can get ready for our course ;)

pronunciation guide:

  • ş: sh as in English
  • ç: ch as in chat
  • c: j as in joy
  • ö: like German ö (similar to the sound in English bird)
  • ü: like German ü (similar to the e sound in new)
  • ı: similar to the e sound in open
  • ğ is more or less silent but makes the vowel before it longer.

  • 1) name: ad/isim

  • 2) water: su
  • 3) blood: kan
  • 4) fire: ateş
  • 5) stone/rock: taş/kaya
  • 6) dog: köpek
  • 7) fish: balık
  • 8) louse/flea: bit/pire (why is this in the important words list:) )
  • 9) hand/arm: el/kol
  • 10) eye: göz
  • 11) ear: kulak
  • 12) nose: burun
  • 13) tongue: dil
  • 14) tooth: diş
  • 15) bone: kemik
  • 16) horn: boynuz
  • 17) tail: kuyruk
  • 18) egg: yumurta
  • 19) leaf: yaprak
  • 20) night: gece
  • 21) star: yıldız
  • 22) sun: güneş
  • 23) moon: ay
  • 24) earth/soil: yeryüzü/toprak
  • 25) salt: tuz
  • 26) mountain: dağ
  • 27) tree: ağaç
  • 28) rain: yağmur
  • 29) wind: rüzgar
  • 30) bird: kuş
  • 31) flesh/meat: et
  • 32) liver: karaciğer
  • 33) skin/hide: deri
  • 34) knee: diz
  • 35) breast: göğüs
  • 36) person: insan/kişi
  • 37) man: adam/insan
  • 38) woman: kadın
  • 39) child: çocuk
  • 40) hair: saç
  • 41) mouth: ağız
  • 42) neck: boyun
  • 43) foot/leg: ayak/bacak
  • 44) feather: tüy
  • 45) grease/fat: yağ
  • 46) smoke: duman
  • 47) ash/soot: kül
  • 48) sand: ❤❤❤
  • 49) wood: tahta
  • 50) root: kök
  • 51) rope: ip
  • 52) path/road: yol
  • 53) year: yıl

Verbs: Turkish verbs en with -mek or -mak (infinitive), according to the vowel harmony

  • 54) die: ölmek
  • 55) see: görmek
  • 56) hear: duymak
  • 57) know: bilmek
  • 58) drink: içmek
  • 59) give: vermek
  • 60) come: gelmek
  • 61) stand: durmak/dikilmek
  • 62) sit: oturmak
  • 63) lie/recline: yatmak
  • 64) fly: uçmak
  • 65) eat: yemek
  • 66) bite: ısrmak
  • 67) burn: yanmak/yakmak
  • 68) kill: öldürmek
  • 69) say: söylemek/demek
  • 70) laugh: gülmek

Adjectives:

  • 71) new: yeni
  • 72) full: dolu
  • 73) good: iyi
  • 74) long: uzun
  • 75) red: kırmızı
  • 76) black: siyah/kara
  • 77) white: beyaz/ak
  • 78) green: yeşil
  • 79) yellow: sarı
  • 80) small: küçük
  • 81) big: büyük
  • 82) wide: geniş
  • 83) heavy: ağır
  • 84) old: yaşlı/ eski
  • 85) dry: kuru

Other:

  • 86) I/me: ben/beni/bana
  • 87) you: sen/seni/sana
  • 88) what: ne
  • 89) who/whom: kim/kimi/kime
  • 90) one: bir
  • 91) two: iki
  • 92) not: değil
  • 93) this: bu
  • 94) we/us: biz/bizi/bize
  • 95) all: hepsi/bütün

https://www.duolingo.com/profile/CliffJonesJr

Thanks for the Turkish list!!!

About your louse comment, I was thinking the same thing at first. Even the plural lice is not so common, so why include it in such a short list? Thing thing is, these are not necessarily frequently occurring words, or even useful words; they are "core concepts". In this context, "core" is defined technically as resistance to change over time. Linguists use lists like this to evaluate the similarity (and probable relatedness) of languages.

As a next step, I'd like to put some word frequency lists together for a few major languages (at least Mandarin, English, and Spanish) to see which concepts are most frequently expressed across this sample of languages. From there I'll be posting a follow-up with a new set of concepts, frequently expressed but not listed here.


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In Malay/Bahasa Malaysia

Nouns:

1) name: nama
2) water: air
3) blood: darah
4) fire: api
5) stone/rock: batu
6) dog: anjing
7) fish: ikan
8) louse/flea: kutu
9) hand/arm: tangan
10) eye: mata
11) ear: telinga
12) nose: hidung
13) tongue: lidah
14) tooth: gigi
15) bone: tulang
16) horn: tanduk
17) tail: ekor
18) egg: telur
19) leaf: daun
20) night: malam
21) star: bintang
22) sun: matahari
23) moon: bulan
24) earth/soil: bumi/tanah
25) salt: garam
26) mountain: gunung
27) tree: pokok
28) rain: hujan
29) wind: angin
30) bird: burung
31) flesh/meat: daging
32) liver: hati
33) skin/hide: kulit
34) knee: lutut
35) breast/chest: dada
36) person: orang
37) man: lelaki
38) woman: wanita/perempuan
39) child: kanak-kanak
40) hair: rambut
41) mouth: mulut
42) neck: leher
43) foot/leg: kaki
44) feather: bulu
45) grease/fat: lemak
46) smoke: asap
47) ash/soot: abu
48) sand: pasir
49) wood: kayu
50) root: akar
51) rope: tali
52) path/road: jalan
53) year: tahun

Verbs:

54) die: mati
55) see: lihat/tengok
56) hear: dengar
57) know: tahu
58) drink: minum
59) give: kasi/beri
60) come: datang
61) stand: diri
62) sit: duduk
63) lie down: baring
64) fly: terbang
65) eat: makan
66) bite: gigit
67) burn: bakar
68) kill: bunuh
69) say: cakap/kata
70) laugh: ketawa

Adjectives:

71) new: baru
72) full: penuh
73) good: bagus/baik
74) long: panjang
75) red: merah
76) black: hitam
77) white: putih
78) green: hijau
79) yellow: kuning
80) small/little: kecil
81) big/large: besar
82) wide: lebar
83) heavy: berat
84) old: tua/lama
85) dry: kering

Other:

86) I/me: saya
87) you: kamu/awak/engkau
88) what: apa
89) who/whom: siapa
90) a/one: se/satu
91) two: dua
92) not: tidak/bukan
93) this/these: ini
94) we/us: kami
95) all/everything/everyone: semua


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It's interesting to actually compare your list with Tagalog (mine) and see there are similarities. Moreover, other languages in the Philippines are similar with some words in your list. After all, our languages hails from the same language family, the Austronesian languages.


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Hungarian: 1) name-név 2) water-víz 3) blood-vér 4) fire-tűz 5) stone/rock-kő/szikla 6) dog-kutya 7) fish-hal 8) louse/flea-tetű/bolha 9) hand/arm-kéz/kar 10) eye-szem 11) ear-fül 12) nose-orr 13) tongue-nyelv 15) tooth-fog 16) bone-csont 17) horn-szarv 18) egg-tojás 19) leaf-levél 20) night-éjszaka 21) star-csillag 22) sun-nap 23) moon-hold 24) earth/soil-föld/talaj 25) salt-só 26) mountain-hegy 27) tree-fa 28) rain-eső 29) wind-szél 30) bird-madár 31) flesh/meat-hús 32) liver-máj 33) skin/hide-bőr 34) knee-térd 35) breast-mell 36) person-személy 37) man-férfi 38) woman-nő 39) child-gyerek 40) hair-haj 41) mouth-száj 42) neck-nyak 43) foot/leg-lábfej/láb 44) feather-toll 45) grease/fat-zsír 46) smoke-füst 47) ash/soot-hamu/korom 48) sand-homok 49) wood-fa 50) root-gyökér 51) rope-kötél 52) path/road-út 53) year-év 54) die-meghalni 55) see-látni 56) hear-hallani 57) know-tudni 58) drink-inni 59) give-adni 60) come-jönni 61) stand-állni 62) sit-ülni 63) lie/recline-feküdni 64) fly-repülni 65) eat-enni 66) bite-harapni 67) burn-égni 68) kill-megölni 69) say-mondani 70) laugh-nevetni 71) new-új 72) full-teljes/egész 73) good-jó 74) long-hosszú 75) red-piros 76) black-fekete 77) white-fehér 78) green-zöld 79) yellow-sárga 80) small-kicsi 81) big-nagy 82) wide-széles 83) heavy-nehéz 84) old-régi 85) dry-száraz 86) i/me-én 87) you-te 88) what-mi 89) who/whom-ki/akit 90) one-egy 91) two-kettő 92) not-nem 93) this-ez 94) we/us-mi 95) all-minden


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Me isn't Én, Who/Whom should be Aki/Ki/Akit/Kit, and Us isn't Mi


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