tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Jul 16 08:01:34 2002
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From: "Agnieszka Solska" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I don't know how helpful the "adverbial/adverb" distinction is when
> to Klingon. When discussing the grammar of English the terms "adverb",
> "noun", "preposition" etc. are normally used to indicate a type of word,
> i.e. a word's lexical category (a.k.a. a part of speech), while the terms
> "subject", "object", "adverbial", etc. refer to the functions a word or
> phrase can perform in a sentence. (English) grammarians subdivide
> in many ways, e.g. "adverbials of time", "adverbials of place",
> of manner" etc.
vaj tlhIngan Holtej yIDa. SaH wej mu' Segh: DIpmey; wotmey; chuvmey.
<naDev> <pa'> je bIH DIpmey'e'. <nIteb> <DaH> je bIH chuvmey'e'. bIbuv
DaneHchugh, Seghvam tIlo'. DIpmey, wotmey, chuvmey.
Klingon linguists classify words into three types: nouns, verbs, and