tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Tue May 14 00:53:57 2002
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Re: question about Quj
- From: Captain Krankor <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: question about Quj
- Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 00:53:53 -0400
> Just a small thing I wonder about: what's the difference between Quj vIreH
> and jIQuj? And how to say "I play games", that is, plural? Only Qujmey
> vIreH can be used?
Quj vIreH is just wrong. You would say Quj vIQuj. Or, of course, you
could just say jIQuj, since Quj vIQuj is, I suppose, a little redundant.
"I play games" would be Qujmey vIQuj. reH is "play" in the sense of "play"
as opposed to "work". For instance, I was once describing my family's new
dog, and said that her attitude always said: Ha', yIreH! jIreH vIneH!
Also, as a side comment, one also does not reH musical instruments. In
this case, the verb is chu'.