How about a swim?

 

Here's a dialogue using some more preverbs to help you practice their meanings.

Dialog 1
 

Egsitpu'gl altugwi'm awtigtug gesgmnaq mijjiw.

In the morning I run on the road before I eat.

 
 

­Mu gesatmu altugwi'm.

­I don't like to run.

 
 

Goqwei migua'tu'n ?

What do you like to do?

 
 

­Gesatm ala'm sitmug.

I like to swim around the shore.

 
 

O! Ula nitap Douglas aq ni'n naji ala'meg qospemg sapo'nug, getu' wije'wieg?

Oh! My friend Douglas and I go swimming at the lake, would you like to come with us tomorrow?

 
 

­E'e, talilta'tesnu.

­Yes, how will we all get there?

 
 

Douglas aq ni'n 'll'tugwi'tesnen egsitpu'nug aq Sosep 'll'ga'tew aq (gi'l) gisila'gwi'tegetes na'te'l toqo na'te'l tliultesgultesnen.

Douglas and I will run there in the morning, Joe will walk, you can drive your car on the road and we will meet you there.

 
 

­Nmultes sapo'nug!

­See you tomorrow!