tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Jan 29 21:58:58 2002
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RE: KLBC: T'Anna/ nu translation
--- TPO <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > > :)My family name is Kirk.
> > > > :)Kirk pongwI' qorDu'.
> > >
> > > This sentence needs a verb. In TKD you will
> find a
> > > section that talks
> > > about "pronoun as to-be".
> > >
> > > tlhIngan maH - we are klingon. The pronoun maH
> > > is being used as a
> > > verb "we are".
> > > When pronouns are used in this way, if there is
> > > noun in the Subject slot, you
> > > have to add the suffix -'e' on the subject. Now
> > > before I loose you here, let's
> > > look at some examples.
> > >
> > > Kirk 'oH qorDu'wIj pong'e' - The name of my
> > > family, IT is Kirk.
> > :)Although I had been wishing to learn how to
> > :)say, the above phrase.
> Now you know. :)
> Do you see how I came up with this?
> Shall we continue the lessons with this idea of
> "pronoun as to-be"?
:)Definately. You will see I sent a sentence in I had
trouble translating. I hope to recieve your opinion
soon. Hopefully first.
> DloraH, BG
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