Hokkien and English/Contrastive Grammar
1. I chit-má bô teh tha̍k Gô-bûn--ah. He is no longer studying Russian.
2. Hit chhut tiān-iá góa jú lâi jú siu-beh khòa. More and more, I would like to see that movie.
3. Lí kám ē-tàng kā chit kóa Ing-pōng ōa-chò Bí-kim? Can you change these British pounds into American dollars?
4. Góa kin-á-jı̍t ê kong-khò í-keng ôan-sêng--ah. I’ve already finished today’s homework.
5. Gín-á ài àn sè-hàn khai-sí chiah ē-tàng ióng-sêng hó sı̍p-kòan. Successfully raising children with good habits must begin when they are young.
6. Góa jú lâi jú kah-ì lí ê pêng-iú. I like your friend more and more.
7. Ha̍k-seng chheh the̍h--leh. The students are holding their books.
8. Àm-tǹg chia̍h liáu, góa ū teh lim tê. I drink tea after dinner.
9. Chúi-chi-teng àn chhù-téng tiàu--leh. Crystal lights are hanging from the ceiling.
10. I tī chhia thâu-chêng khiā-leh. She is standing in front of the car.