Tuet takuu. Manetat kuu ane kit tase ket.
/’tɯɛt tɐkɯ’ʌ. ‘mɐnetɐt kɯ’ʌ ɐn’e kɪt tɐ’sɛ kɛt/

“Come to me. I have something for you.”

Vasuluet taetalat. Ete mvhiegal susalin. Trhesaln etal tasaniis senius seiket.
/vɐsɯl’ɯɛt tɐɛt’ɐlɐt. ɛ'tɛ mfiɛ’gɐl sɯsɐ’lɪn. ‘tɹɛsɐln ɛ’tɐl tɐsɐn’jɪs sɛnɪ’ɯs sɛɪ’kɛt/

“Listen to them. Monsters of the night. What music they make, stranger.”

Iruki kit. Vairuki iraki kit ket
/i‘ɾɯki kɪt. vɐi‘ɾɯki i'ɾɐki kɪt kɛt/

“It’s weird. It is super weird.”

[The alphabet for the Teket dialect of Ket Lau, in the Lautne Orthography. This is what’s used on this feed. Note that all letters can face in either direction.]

Rhaet taet mkuu hat kuu ket
/‘ɹɐɛt tɐ’ɛt mkɯ’ʌ hɐt kɯ’ʌ kɛt/

“Taste this for me.”

Vemasen ge en tamira ket
/vɛ‘mɐsɛn gɛ ɛn tɐmɪ’ɾɐ kɛt/

“We kill that beast!”

Masal kuu Teket taLau seiket
/‘mɐsɐl kɯ’ʌ tɛ‘kɛt tɐ‘lɐɯ sɛɪ’kɛt/

“I understand Teket Lau.”

Thelt se ete lant ket
/θɛlt sɛ ɛ’tɛ lɐnt kɛt/

“Try to be calm, friend.”

Tii ulman se tavia a seiket
/tjɪ ‘ʌlmɐn sɛ tɐvi’ɐ ɐ sɛɪ’kɛt/

“Do you want food?”

Tii ulmat se ket
/tjɪ ‘ʌlmɐt sɛ kɛt/

“What do you want, friend?”

seir Sektun se ete seki anniin kuu seir
/sɛ’ɪɾ ‘sɛktɯn sɛ ɛ’tɛ ‘sɛki ɐn’jɪn kɯ’ʌ sɛ’ɪɾ/

“Stranger, look left of the Sun, you see my home.”

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