Hello, are you doing good? – Nú, chexw men wa ha7lh? (Respectful greeting.)
Hello. – Nú. (To close friends)
I have arrived. – I chen tl’iḵ. (Used as a greeting)
You have arrived.– I chexw tl’iḵ. (Used as a response)
Everyone\all of you. – Tanúyap. (Very formal. Used when addressing a crowd/to start a speech. e.g.. Tanúyap, welcome to the traditional territory of the Squamish people…)
Take care. – Wa chexw yuu.
Goodbye. – Huy̓ melh halh.
Have a good one. – Ayás chexw. (Another way to say bye)
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