indefinite article 1 wanpela; I found a book mi painim wanpela buk; they are building a bridge ol i wokim wanpela bris; a tin of fish wanpela tin pis; 2 not present as a word; they are building a bridge ol i wokim bris; Ana is a woman Ana em i meri.
verb lusim; the man abandoned his family man i lusim famili bilong en.
verb mekim sotpela.
noun sotpela nem.
noun bel; to have a painful abdomen or stomach ache bel i pen.
verb pulim, stilim; to abduct a woman pulim na holimpasim meri.
noun save; she has the ability to drive a car em i gat save long draivim ka.
adjective 1 save; she is able to write em i save long rait; I am able to do it mi save long mekim; village people are able to plant food ol manmeri long ples i save long planim kaikai; 2 (physically capable) inap; I am (physically able) to stand this post up mi inap sanapim dispela pos; she cannot (is not physically able to) harvest sweet potato em i no inap kamautim kaukau; are you able to go to town yu inap go long taun; he isn’t able to get the fruit em i no inap long kisim pikinini bilong diwai; will you be able to finish this job? bai yu inap pinisim dispela wok?
adjective fit, fitman, fitmeri, strongpela; able-bodied man strongpela man.
adjective narakain, i no stret; his behaviour is abnormal pasin bilong em i narakain stret.