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Re: Quick ghoS question

ghunchu'wI' (qunchuy@alcaco.net)



On Jul 7, 2009, at 4:09 PM, qurgh lungqIj wrote:

> If the prefix of a verb of motion does not contain an
> object, then any object in the sentence must be indirect, must have  
> -Daq on
> it and indicates either the bearer of the subject or a description  
> of the
> path taken.

You don't *have* to use {-Daq} in such a sentence.  You could use  
other type 5 noun suffixes.  The obvious example is {-vo'}:

   bIQtIqvo' jIghoS "I proceed from the river."

-- ghunchu'wI'






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