r-cwa'kwaʔcfdi'dxr-ca1yagContrastr-cwa2v1throw; put2write3.5.7.1Write3make (tortillas)Là’éby ííty=pà’c=sá rr-cuà’=tí=by gèèt.She never makes tortillasÙ-cà' Juáàny yéès dèxh pàdéèrJuan put plaster on the wallÙ-cà' Juáàny bgùù lòò dù'ù.Juan tied a knot in the rope.cwader.vbe sharpenedÁ=cuà' lòò gùchíílyThe knife is sharpenedr-cwa gider.vlight; set on fireÙ-càà+gíí Juáàny vèlàdóórrJuan lit the candle.non-projnon-projr-cwa' di'dxder.vinsult indirectlyRr-cuà' Màríì dìì'dx Juáàny.Maria indirectly insults Juan.idiomidiomThis sense of the verb requires the idiomatic object dìì'dxr-cwa' loder.vsharpenCá-cuàà' bííny ngìw lòò gùchíìly.The man is sharpening the knifer-cwa' yagder.v1tieÙ-cá' x-pè'cw=á' yààgI tied my dog.idiomidiomThis verb requires the idiomatic object yààg. Although yààg means 'wood, stick, tree', it is used with this verb regardless of what the object is tied to.2spank, hitRr-cuà'+yààg Juáàny xhììny=nì'.Juan spanked his child.r-cwa' xtyugunspec. comp. formvpeck atRr-cùa'+xtyúúg dèjdy xóób.The chicken pecks at the corn.