tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed Oct 30 10:01:04 2002
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Am 30.10.2002 07:43:11, schrieb "Lee Herndon" <email@example.com>:
>I speak English, with a slight southern accent. ;)
okay. Then we only have to teach you klingon ;-)
>Not yet, other than my inadequate memory of reading some of the TKD and
>Hamlet at various times in the last few years. I was broke at the last few
>times either was in the bookstore.
I know that. I ordered KGT at the bookstore even before it was published. I got it from a different
bookstore one year later...
>Oops. It always seems to be attached.
Yes. But when you read section 3.2.1, you find out that nouns can be attached to each other to make a
3.2.1. Compound nouns
Compound nouns consist of two or three nouns in a row, much like English earthworm (earth plus worm) or
password (pass plus word). For example, jolpa' transportroom consists of jol transport beam plus pa'
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