xcaj … cuentáxcaj³² … cuenta⁴v1realize, learnpensar, reflexionarXcaj 'u̱nj cuentá se ca've̱e ca'ánj 'u̱nj. I am going to think about it, if I can go.Voy a pensarlo si podré ir. Che'é dan nexcaj núj cuentá che'é nij rasu̱u̱n ruvi' ni'ya̱j yuvii̱ ma'. That is why we don't learn about the things that are visible to people.2CO 4:18aDan me seuxráxcaj soj cuentá, ne̱ uxránari' soj nana̱ sa̱', qui'yaj Diose̱, And God has caused you to realize much and to learn good words.1CO 1:5bTza̱j ne̱ xcaj no' cuentá se vaaa̱j nari' no' ne'ej qui'yaj nimán Diose̱ a.But she learned that the Holy Spirit had caused that she have a baby.Matthew 1.5Xcáj 'u̱nj cuentá se ca've̱e qui'ya̱j suun rcua'a̱a̱n ní'.I am going to think carefully about whether we can work together.Voy a pensarlo bien si podremos trabajar juntos.The subject of the sentence comes between the two parts of this verb. When the complement is 'about (something)' the preposition is usually che'é. When the complement is a clause it may be introduced in a few ways; the most common are are ne̱ 'and', se vaa 'that', 2acknowledgeadmitirne̱ xca̱j so' cuentá se vaa nana̱ nihánj nana̱ cachrón 'u̱nj che'é soj ro', nana̱ cataj xna'anj ma'a̱n síí 'ni̱j ra'a man ní' rihaan ní' me nana̱ nihánj a. ... then he will acknowledge that these words, the words that I am writing for you all are the words that our Lord promised us.1CO 14:373be surprised that4notice