In the morning on the second day, Mangday (Md) went with Sompo (So) and Masaray (Ma) to Iranmilek, admiring the scenery on the way.
So: ay arako o araw, mangotas ta so raon, ta raong ta an.
ah, the sun is too strong. Let's pick some wild taro leaves to shield us from the sun.
Md: mo Masaray, apey oya.
Here, Masaray, this leaf is for you.
So: tolang iya mo ipangap, yaken am?
Why do you only pick one for her? What about me?
Ma: wo, ya makárang o tokon, nitomanang ka rana do dang?
Oh, the mountain is so high. Have you climbed that mountain before?
Md: neg, nimaciheza ko ji ama a nimanengeh so tatala.
Yeah, I once went to cut planks for boats with my father.
Ma: nimanokzos ka rana so omowmalalam?
Have you hunted before?
Md: ji abo a, kapangahahap namen saon do wawa am.
No, we only go fishing.
Ma: a ka máteneng a mangahahap?
Then do you know how to fish?
Md: nonan, ko ji áteneng a mitawaz, a mangna so among.
Of course, I know how to fish with nets as well as with fishing poles.
Ma: ori, kateneténeng mo.
Really. You're awesome.
So: Masaray, cíta pala o kakawan ito, ya kmi ikongo?
Hey, Masaray, look and tell me, what does that coral reef look like?
Ma: taon, sino ya makateneng jia.
I don't know. Who knows?
Md: ya kmi gengkang.
It's like a battle cruiser.
Ma: nohon, ya kmi gengkang.
Oh! It really does look like a navel vessel.