How can I express the temporal location of a thing in Klingon? Is it any different from expressing temporality at the sentence level?
For example, how would you translate “coffee in the morning”? One way seems to be “qaStaHvIS po qa’vIn”, but is there a suffix that can express the same thing more concisely? Something like “poDaq qa’vIn” (-Daq being the locative suffix).
I would just say po qa’vIn morning coffee.
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