This section of the tutorial is designed to expand your vocabulary of
nouns and verbs. It is primarily a categorized dictionary, but
some sections may contain additional information. For example, the
Colors lesson describes how to construct color words.
You can see detailed examples of how to say things in the
Survival Phrases. For information on
how Primal's grammar works, you'll want to check out the
The following lessons are already planned. Lessons with active
links are completed, and other lessons are in process.
||the twenty most essential nouns, and twenty most
||the remaining most common words and phrases in Primal
||things related to thinking, feeling, and experiencing
||common places you can go
||things to eat and drink, and fun things to do
||animal names, plants, and parts of the body
||colors, both simple and constructed (contains examples
||the natural world, Earth and its place
in the Universe
||tools and implements people use
||complex tools and electronics
||the mind, reason, truth, and religion
There may be some overlap between lessons.
Words that have appeared in previous lessons will be highlighted
when they appear later.