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Re: jIHtaHbogh naDev vISovbe'

Alan Anderson (aranders@insightbb.com) [KLI Member] [Hol po'wI']



ja' SuStel:

>> {HoD loDnI' Suchpu'bogh HoD, veng qIp peng}
>
> All I get out of that is a noun phrase dangling in the header with no
> indication as to its semantic relationship to the rest of the  
> sentence.
> "The captain who has visited the captain's brother, the torpedo hit  
> the
> city." Or "The captain's brother, whom the captain has visited, the
> torpedo hit the city." There's simply no "where" in there.

Yes, you've made it clear that you reject TKD's use of the word  
"where" in its explanation of relative clauses.  I can give no more  
fundamental evidence to convince you of its validity.

Since my fundamental goal has always been, and continues to be, the  
use of Klingon as an intelligible language, my grammatical options  
for expressing my thoughts are limited to what is accepted and  
understood by the rest of the community.  vaj nuHHeyvam tIQ  
vIngu'ta'bogh vIlo'laHbe'.  'oH vIHo'laH 'ej HeHDaj vIDajlaH.   
vItobbe'ba'.

'eH, chay' <weHwI'pu'>vetlh DanoH?

-- ghunchu'wI'





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