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Re: Question about MO

>vIrI' vInID.

laHlIj luvuv chu'wI', vaj mISHa'meH:  bIQaghlaw'.  mu'tlhegh 'oHDI' 
"object"Daj'e', <'e'> poQ <nID>, qar'a'?

So as not to confuse any newbies (since they respect your skills), you seem 
to have made a mistake:  when its object is a sentence, <nID> requires 
<'e'>, right?  (Or more correctly, <'e'> is an object pronoun representing 
the sentence; the sentence itself is not the object.)

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