InupiaQ PhraseBook: Travelling by Air

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InupiaQ Phrase English Translation
222
Naluabmiuraatlaviich?

223
Tifmieiaqpat Qikiqtabrumun?

224
Nutqalaaniafitpa tiffun?

225
Qakugu tifmitkigeiaqpa Laugviifmun?

226
Qanuq ixipman tiffun tifirabaa?

227
Ikkutiksrabuktufa Katyaafnun.

228
Sumunixikpan aulabiabniaqpik?

229
Sumik tiffivik kisirutiqaqpa?

235
Qanuq ixikpan tikieeiaqpisa?

236
Qanutuqpa ikkun sivutmun?

237
Qanutuqpa ikkun utitmun?

238
Avvafatun ikkusibuuva ixixgaaq?

We encourage anyone with comments and suggestions regarding the InupiaQ Phrasebook to send e-mail to ansss@uaa.alaska.edu at UAA-ISER.

Note: An issue may occur reading Phrasebook (*.rm) audio files on some MAC OS systems, follow the steps below to correct this.

Changing the Finder Preference on how your Mac opens RealMedia (*.rm) files:
1. There has to be an .rm file on your Mac to perform this function, you can use one of the Phrasebook audio files.

2. Control click on the .rm file and go to "Get Info" and click the disclosure triangle to the left of "Open with."

3. RealOne Player should be present in the pop up selection of applications available. If, not, you can select "Other" and locate it.

4. After selecting RealOne Player, click the "Change All" button set all .rm files on your Mac to open with RealOne Player.

5. Close the Info window.

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