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Re: jIqeq (I practice)



From: "Quvar valer" <levinius@gmx.de>
> Am 25.11.2002 19:56:59, schrieb Steven Boozer
<sboozer@midway.uchicago.edu>:
>
> >Unlike English, you can't make nouns out of verbs by just adding the noun
> >suffixes to a verb.  If you don't have the noun you need, you have to
> >rethink the sentence a bit and phrase it using the verb, which we call
> >"re-casting" here on the List.  So instead of saying "for practice" using
> >the noun, use the verb and try to say the same thing:  {jIqeqmeH} "[in
> >order] for [me to] practice, in order that I practice".  Thus:
>
> There is a noun {qeq} meaning "drill (military)"

bIlugh, 'a QI'vaD qeqbe'ba' qonwI'.

QaQ *Voragh* qeS.

SuStel
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