Meeting Sompo's (So) female cousin on her father's side, Kanigan (Ka), on the road, Masaray (Ma) introduces herself.
Ka: kaka kong, nokango o kai mo ya?
Hey, cousin, when did you come?
>So: ko nimai nokakyab.
I just got here yesterday.
Ka: kagagan mo o ito?
Is that your friend?
Ka: sino o ngaran na?
What's her name?
Ma: kókay, si Masaray ko, kararay na yaken ni Sompo do ilaod a nimivatvatek.
Hello, I'm si Masaray, Sompo's college classmate in Taiwan.
Ka: si Kanigan ko, ka mównay do irala?
I'm si Kanigan. Will you be in Orchid Island for long?
Ma: ala makasa aka piweywalam.
Probably for about a week.
Ka: ya apira o kakteh mo?
How many brothers and sisters do you have?
Ma: ya doa o kakteh ko, si kaka a mehakay am, kisat, si wari a mavakes am, ya pa mivatvatek.
I have two siblings, a brother who is a cop and a sister who is still studying in school.
Ka: ori-i, a imo am, ikong o vazay mo?
Oh. What about you, what do you do?
Ma: ko ji átenngi pa, ala mapivatvatek ko so kanakan.
I don't know yet. Perhaps I will teach in elementary school.
Ka: kamo mangay jino?
Where are you guys going?
So: namen mangay Jiayo.
We are going to Jiayo.
Ka: ning, makapía kamo an!
Oh, have fun!