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Re: Relative clause in a relative clause

Andrà MÃller (esperantist@gmail.com)



You're right, it can't. {-chuq} is a suffix that increases the verb's
valency. I have 3 canon phrases, and it's always intransitive. Also,
Okrand somewhere said that verbs with {-chuq} receive the
single-argument subject pronouns.

- AndrÃ

2009/9/18  <MorphemeAddict@wmconnect.com>:
> In a message dated 9/18/2009 13:49:15 Eastern Daylight Time,
> qurgh@wizage.net writes:
>
>> HoHbogh tlhIngan luja'chuq. HoHbogh tlhIngan vISov
>> They discuses the Klingon that died. I know the Klingon that died.
>>
>> qurgh
>>
>
> Can {ja'chuq} take an object? ÂI thought not, since {-chuq} implies the
> object and subject are the same (each other, actually).
>
> lay'tel SIvten
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