tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed Jul 03 09:56:04 2002
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Re: chay' mu' <jum> vIlo'? - grammar question
> is there a difference between "mI' jum ponglu'" (it's called an odd
> number) and "mI' jumbogh ponglu'" (it's called a number that is odd)?
Actually that should be /jumbogh mI'/. /mI'/ is the subject to the verb /jum/.
There's not much difference. Both are valid.
HIvje' Doq HInob "Give me the red glass"
Doqbogh HIvje' HInob "Give me the glass which is red"
Some people won't see any difference; some people can discuss the fine
difference in meaning. They are different just as the two english sentences