Remember: When writing Esperanto, if the word before a verb ends with "-as", it becomes an infinitive which ends in "-i". And the letter G in "gin" is supposed to have an accent to make it sound like a J (sorry, i just dont have that letter on my keyboard). The accent goes on top of the G and looks like this: ^
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