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- Tăcrier = Hi
- Fi Imnutsach ya Pra (lit. the Movers be with you) = Hello (formal)
- Ra seaf? = How's it going? (informal)
- Ran thpam Pra? = How are you? (formal)
- Clăduang tguay [2nd person pronoun] mi... = Welcome to...
- Seaf to = I'm good
- Thpam rie to = I am well (formal)
- Tung wăsma rie (NAME) = My name is...
- Șăcdoc șa placlich = Nice to meet you
- Șa tișuay = Goodbye
- Nüng bloy (lit. until soon) = See you soon
- Yu = See ya (very slangy; borrowed from Eevo)
- Nüng fi lisüe (lit. until the right time) = Bye (when you don't expect to meet the speaker for quite some time)
- Seaf mi thpam = Farewell
- Roac VERB = Please VERB
- Tuath = Thank you
- Tuath șir = Thank you very much
- Pămrang rie = You're welcome
- Ngith to = Have fun
- Wăha. = Yes.
- Tieth. = No.
- Tăra tung tmuay șa... = How do I get to...
- Łilen! = Watch out!
- Sochie! = Help
- Rie die näng brits Dămea = I don't speak Windermere
- Lea Pra näng brits Scela? (or: ... brits Eyfo?) = Do you speak Eevo?
- Rie sișpeal die tsäl = I don't understand
- Roac näng pdeas pdeas = Please speak more slowly
- Roac näng łăduy = Please say it again
- Fid căswies ngie brits Tigol/Clăfap = That is Tigol/Clofabosin to me
- Bănur tsăley = Happy (winter) holidays
- Bănur Christos tsăley = Merry Christmas
- Chanuca tsăley = Happy Hanukkah
- Șa tsuar thbam = Happy new year
- ăchłam te brăłam = (said before eating any food)