tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue Jul 23 15:31:01 2002
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From: "Stephan Schneider" <email@example.com>
> >qon SuStel:
> > >/naDev/ is a noun. It is not an adverbial.
> as i already asked to DloraH: can /naDev/ be a locative header?
> (i don't mean what's written in TKD in order to make us believe that
> klingon is a pseudo-natural languages that has ruleless exeptions
> that we have to learn, period.)
naDev Dochvetlh yIqem.
Bring that thing here.
In this sentence, /naDev/ is a locative "header." ("Header" is the term I
choose to use to refer to any adverbial or noun [phrase] that is not a
subject or object.) Its part of speech is "noun." Not "adverbial," not
- From: Andrew <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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