How about a swim?
Here's a dialogue using some more preverbs to help you practice their meanings.
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?
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.
See you tomorrow!
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