Module 3 Overview
During the third week you will learn:
to use two different forms of the past tense, one for the immediate past (-ka/-ra), and the other for the more distant, past when the effects or consequences of the action have been completed (-shka). This form is often used in origin stories and other narratives of beginning times.
to use the agentive -k suffix (similar to -er in English).
to describe a quick series of actions in the past by using -k
to describe habitual actions by combining -k with the past tense of ana.
In doing so you will also make progress in certain life skill areas included in the USDE FLAS language goals. These include:
The ability to describe events in the recent past.
Language for visiting, eating and drinking.
Language of Kichwa humor.
Learning Resources for Module 3
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