40. Jakin 2
Jakin: to be certain or sure about something, to know a fact or how to do something
- Note: verbs like jakin often take the affirmative prefix ba- when they are not negative
- nik badakit – I know it
- nik ez dakit – I don’t know it
- You can also use the word “nola” with Jakin to say you know how to do something.
- Nik nola irakurri badakit. I know how to read.
- badakit: I know (it)
- badakizu: You know (it)
- badaki: He/she knows (it)
- badakigu: We know (it)
- badakizue: You (plural) know (it)
- badakite: They know (it)
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