accompany, totamav.I.trPeterku yoyani yawan, shihpiku. Hishkan Ashut'ɛ histahahki ritasarashi ɔnchayihchi tamaku.Peter travels for his work. But on Sunday he always accompanies his wife to church. Imatahki sahku ihksh'ɛp'aha. Tokuhch ritasakushi ihktam'itan.I don't like to eat alone. Please accompany me to the restaurant.This verb can also be Class II, but Class I is preferred.
afternoontɔh'atanTɔh'atashi Ingras'onisɛma wishiyimohku kɔrakata.In the afternoon, the English drink tea. Tɔh'atashi rahpawan, sehi yuru Percyku yoyani yawi rasht'ɛ, In order to play ball in the afternoon, Percy worked hard all morning. tɔhan'akinWohku 'atashi. Sehihch, taninisinima yapana'ara. Hishkan tɔhan'aki, taninisinima yapasit'ɛhɛ. Hinahkuhch sihkrishi tawohkusɛma 'atashi.They went fishing. In the morning the fish were biting. But in the afternoon the fish didn't bite. So the fishermen went home. to get to be afternoontɔhav.TR.f.II