The meat, fruit, and vegetable vender (Za) went to Iranmilek where si nan Miaven (Ma) bought from him to prepare a feast for her returning kin. Si Mivovo was also waiting for his truck.
Mi: ya na nimai o pananazangan so yakan a aleleh?
Is the vender here?
Ma: taon, mi ta pala citaen, ta ala ya na mian ang?
I don't know; let's go look. Maybe he came already.
Za: ikong mo sazangan?
What do you want to buy?
Ma: ya mian so vayo a among?
Do you have fresh fish?
Za: ji ngian, apira o apen mo?
Yeah, how many do you want?
Ma: atlo (aka among).
Za: manazang ka so viniay aka no manok?
Do you want pork or chicken?
Ma: pantan yaken so adoa aka opa no manok aka no apat a gagay a viniay.
Give me two chicken legs and four slabs of pork.
Za: voovoong aka no asiasi no kayo am?
(Do you want) any fruit and vegetables?
Ma: ya manlanget o vazacinok ya?
Are these oranges sour?
Za: ji apia-a, ji aganinam, akan pala ya?
They are good, very sweet. Try this one.
Mi: me, ya maganinam, anem o apen ko.
Oh, they are sweet. I want six.
Za: asa, doa, tilo, apat, lima, anem.
One, two, three, four, five, six.
Mi: apira o ngina na?
Za: ananengan ko pala an, ya manao a asa ranaw.
Let me weigh them. One hundred dollars.
Mi: wo, kasingasingat na? tosia,ji ko nazangi.
Oh, that expensive? Nevermind then, I'm not getting them.
Ma: apira o kalovotan na no ko nisazangan a iyakan?
How much do my groceries cost?
Za: ya asiam a poo o ikapat na ranaw.
Three hundred ninety dollars.