A word or idiom to use when giving examples. "Being the leader of the Empire is dangerous. Gorkon, for example, was assassinated."
Since tlhoy is an adverbial menaing "overly, to an excessive degree, excessively, too much," does tlhoyHa' work for something like "insufficiently, inadequately, too little"?
Since loQ is an adverbial for "slightly, a little bit," does loQHa' work for something like "largely, mostly, considerably, a lot?"
To be performed by a machine without needed interaction of a person. Could also be a verb
marks situations involving 1) failure caused by efforts towards success; or 2) success achieved by means which would normally lead to failure
Is the only way to say this to imply it with -taH or is there a specific adverb for it?
Is wejHa' a good way to say it? Can it only be implied by use of the perfective suffixes? Is there another more specific adverb?
Up to this time. "Do you still have that old car?" "I can't remember anymore." "It's no longer important." To emphasize whether something that was…
repeatedly but speaker don't know the number of times. New word, or I would like to know if I can say *law'logh* or can not,…
used to segue the subject or change the topic, or introduce a related topic. “By the way, I saw Maltz today.” “We attached the Federation.…