Jyoti's car is the means by which Jyoti, Ranjeet and Susan
get to the restaurant.
Susan looks at her reflection. (This is the more Lojbanic
version of "looks at herself in the mirror." There are other
ways to say this, but we haven't covered the requisite grammar yet.)
She puts on more lipstick. (Literally, "She
adds to her lip paint.)"
When this is happening, Susan and Ranjeet see each other's
Susan asks Jyoti, "Where does this street go
Ranjeet says, "The Pakistani suburb."
"The cuisine there is very
Jyoti irritatedly says, "We, Ranjeet, have been going
from south to north and back" (i.e. from south to north and from
north to south. This is probably one of the few times you'll
see soi vo'e instead of
"I think the way of (= to) the
restaurant is unknown to you."