Mu namma leat Leo ja mun orun Reykjaviikis/Suovvaluovttas dál Islánddas/Jieŋaeatnamas. Mun oahppán sámegiela, vaikko dat leat hui váttes giella.
AFAICT, you have a singular subject in both of these sentences, so I'm fairly sure the correct form of the verb would be lea
being the corresponding plural form). Also, at least Wikipedia
gives the Sami form simply as Reykjavík
Ollut sánit leat seammalágánat go suomas.
that should be just ollu sánit
, but I could be badly wrong here.
Still, I don't think I've ever seen the form ollut
anywhere, and even if ollu
does have a plural form, I'd expect it to be in the weak grade (i.e. olut
). Also, I'm not sure if suopma
can be used as the name of the language; I've always seen suomagiella
(and that is at least what the Giellatekno dictionary
Mun barggan oahpaheddjin gielaskuvllas geas oahpahan islánddagiela olgoriikalaččaide
Possibly a typo, but there probably shouldn't be diphthong monophthongization in the form oahpaheaddjin
here. And isn't gii
) usually used just when referring to people?
Now, I'm a bit rusty, in addition to which my better dictionary is currently in Helsinki while I myself am in Tartu, so I couldn't check all the word meanings and forms as well as I might've liked to... So my notes here might be worth taking with a little grain of salt. Hope this helps a bit, though.