Qaloq dayuwanbeš īš qimadinga.
Granddaughter brought fish to grandmother.Qima bangdëgetka daesomdaq kitn, išpet-igoɢon.
Grandmother spread nettles on the ground. She began to prepare the fish.Bu dahadowongle īš hïydil ëla dabutomdëq tuln, daaytomna kï't, šēng, ongnang daesomdaq tïndinga.
She cut open a fish, pulled the guts out of the belly, and separated the fat, liver, and roe. She put it in a pot.Bën ilingše këma dateelqimna aydinga qëël debède-yešaŋ.
She shoved the inedible parts into a sack to be used for tanning hides.