Monday, May 22, 2006

Roof of Mystery

Ladies Always Free
Originally uploaded by baldman76.
Don't really know what's in this little building, but whatever it is, it pays to be a lady.


discipleassisi said...

fave flickerpic: ninaota afrika... please explain.

baldman76 said...

-ota means 'dream"

Ni- means "I"

-na- is the tense marker indicating present tense

So Ni+na+ota="I am dreaming" (of Africa)

Honestly, I don't know if I have this sentence grammatically correct. I may be leaving out a word between the ninaota and Afrika, a word that would mean "of" (which in this case i think might be "kwa"). Our text book was really vague on the uses of these words, so I haven't been able to determine if need it. Alas.