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He is fond of opium
伊欲食鴉片
I haou chiă a-pien
I forgot it
我不記憶
Ua mʼki tit
I cannot come
我不能來
Ua mʼoi lai
I am not well
我不快活
Ua mʼkuai-uă
I have read this book
此冊我有讀過
Chi chĕ ua u tak kuey
I am very glad
我歡喜極
Ua hua-hi chai
I have never seen him
我不識看見伊
Ua mʼpat toi ki i
I can't understand
我聽不識
Ua thia mʼpat
I don't know
我不知
Ua mʼchai
It is very hot to-day
今日熱極
Kim jit juă chai
It is hard as a stone
共石平𠕆
Kang chiĕ pe tʼoi
Is it true
有眞麽
U chia,mĕ
Is your father well
爾亞爹有好麽
Lur a-tia u haw,mĕ
Is this your pencil
此筆是爾箇麽
Chi pit si hur kai mĕ
It is past four o'clock
有四點外鐘了
U si tiem goa cheng
Jump down
跳落
Thiou lŏ
Japan is near to China
日本近唐山
Jit-pun kurn Tung-sua
Knock at the door
打門
Pă mung
Kneel down
脆落去
Kui lŏ khur
Keep this safely
此物掌好
Chi muĕ chie haw