tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Thu Sep 05 18:49:39 2002
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Re: <'e'> lo'be' <neH> (was: nuq 'oH KLBC'e'?)
>From: "Quvar valer" <email@example.com>
>> >is /neH/ the only verb that doesn't need /'e'/?
>> No.read TKD, section 6.2.5. Sentences as objects:
><DoS ghajbogh mu'tlheghna'> bIHbe' jatlhmeH mu' mu'tlheghmey. jatlhmeH mu'
>tlha'laH DoSqoq pagh jatlhmeH mu' nunglaH DoSqoq. not <'e'> <net> joq
>lulo'lu' <neH> 'oHchugh wot'a''e'.
i don't understand this klingon.
"the target that an evident sentence has" they aren't in order that
word sentences say. in order that a word speaks a so called target
can follow it or in order that a word can speak a so called target
can precede. never /-'e'/ and/or /net/ can be used if it's a major
verb to be /neH/.
what did i made wrong?