tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Jan 29 16:54:23 1999
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KLBC: 'e' x-lu'??
I marked this with KLBC, since it seemed to be appropriate for my
question, but I also appreciate comments from others.
Going through TKW I realized the two sentences
yInlu'taH 'e' bajnISlu'
yay chavlu' 'e' bajnISlu'
I suppose this has been discused before, but why did MO use <'e'
bajnISlu'> and not the expected form <net bajnIS> in these examples?
Maybe the reason is that he wanted to parallel the <-lu'> from the first
part of the sentence?
Thinking about this, is the use of <'e' x-lu'> under normal
circumstances (i.e. not in a proverb) wrong or just uncommon?