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Re: be "something"

From: "Quvar valer" <>
> I just read KGT *again* :-)
> and I saw a line on page 117
> "Generally, when a verb describing a state of being is used in the
imperative form, the suffixes 'egh and
> -moH are used as well: yItuj'eghmoH."
> {taD} "be frozen" is an exception, when it means "not move", it is used
like a verb of action.
> So this means that every time I want to tell somebody to be something, I
have to add {-'eghmoH}.
> To tell someone "Be (adjective)!" I need to say "cause yourself to be
> Right?


(Though technically, they're verbs, not adjectives.)

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