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Comparatives

Tracy Canfield (toastrix@gmail.com)



For comparatives, TKD uses the construction

A Q law' B Q puS

In all the examples, A and B are nouns.  If you're comparing, for
example, "we" and "you", do you have to include the pronouns, or is it
okay to just use prefixes on the verbs?

Can you say

maDo' law' SuDo' puS

or does it have to be

maH maDo' law' tlIH SuDo' puS

or even

maH Do' law' tlIH Do' puS

without agreement between Do' and what would otherwise be its subject?






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