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RE: peD

> > QantoH's second sentence is a bit trickier.  "I hate it."  What does "it"
> > refer to?  Not the subject of {SIS} "It is raining," which is
> > unstated.  What you hate is the weather, which is either {muD} or {muD
> > Dotlh}.
> > ...
> > So you can say:
> >
> >    muDvam vImuS.
> >    I hate this weather. (in general)
> > ...
> >    wanI'vam vImuS.
> >    I hate this phenomenon/event/occurrence.

>When I read his sentence I thought of the pronoun 'e'.
>SIS 'e' vImuS.

Even better and much simpler.  It's also a nice way to say the equivalent 
of "I hate the rain" - since we lack a noun for "rain".

Voragh                            "All the meaning is in the context."
Ca'Non Master of the Klingons           (Ilya Kabakov, Russian artist)

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