*Ampanyari *Pítar Luime ar *Vahtale, Turyar Kelvaron Nóte

*Ampanyari *Pítar Luime ar *Vahtale, Turyar Kelvaron Nóte

Enyalilye tengwenya pá i *ampanyari leryaine mi Devon, Angalnóre, astali yá? Sí minaþúrie tulyaina ter koranari lempe apantánie sa ampanyari naitie *pítar luime ar *vahtale.

I ampanyaron nóte olólie kantallo enenquenna ter i koranari, ar akáriente *tappar enque lá i síre ara opele mi Devon, *lenkataila luimeo kelume. Karaitienta yú aþya *silta i *vangwa i nenello. I exe kelvaron nóte yú orórie i *armáriesses.

Mal i ampanyari yú polir tyare nahte: i keluméo auqueriénen uluitánier restali ara i opele; mal queni namir karaitiento *ompasse lahta i harna ya ké karinte.


Do you remember my writing about the beavers released in Devon, England, a few months ago? Now a research conducted for five years has shown that beavers truly decrease flooding and pollution.

The number of beavers has grown from four to sixteen through the years, and they have built six dams across the river close to a village in Devon, slowing the flow of flood. Their activity also helps filter dirt from the water. The number of other animals has also risen in the neighborhood.

But thebeavers can also cause damage: by turning away the stream they have flooded some fields next to the village however, people think the advantages of their activity surpasses the damage they may make.


*ampanyar n. "beaver

*píta- vb "decrease, make smaller" < tr. variant of píka- "lessen, dwindle"

*vahtale n. "pollution" nomenverbum of vahta-

*tappa n. "weir, dam"

*lenkata- vb "slow down" < lenka

*silta- vb. "filter, sieve" < EQ silta

*vangwa n. "dirt, soiling" < from the variant root VAG of WAƷ, to differentiate from vaxe

*ompasse n. "advantage

*armárie n. "neighborhood" < armaro