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Re: yajmeH

ghunchu'wI' ja' Andrew Strader:

> What elements of Klingon grammar suggest to you that it is simpler
> than English grammar? Some of my recent analyses have lead me
> to believe that it is actually more complex than English.

> Ok, suppose Klingons really were linguistically inferior ...

nuqjatlh? Articles, gender, voice, tense, mood, aspect, irregular
conjugations je Hutlh tlhIngan Hol net Sov. 'ach napDI' pab QIv'a' Hol?
qechmey napmoH'a' pab nap? QIn pup lo' tlhIngan 'ach chuHchu'.



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