Re: Who's crazy?
|From:||Herman Miller <hmiller@...>|
|Date:||Monday, November 19, 2001, 2:06|
On Sat, 17 Nov 2001 21:04:41 EST, David Peterson <DigitalScream@...>
>In a message dated 11/17/01 3:45:44 PM, Fuscian@AOL.COM writes:
><< A translation exercise see I?? >>
> I also!
>?oj dZafakaki, Zoj dZafakakii, noj ?AsImuT dZafakaki!
>I be crazy-pr. you be crazy-pres. we all of be crazy present
Depending on which meaning of "crazy" is intended, this could be translated
differently, but I'll assume "insane".
My system of evidential/tense suffixes has been undergoing revision, and I
don't have the latest copy of the documentation on my laptop. If I'm crazy,
I probably don't care much about evidentials in any case. So I'll leave
Lègjarhij, règjarhij, lhègjarhij naj.
lè-gjarhi-j rè-gjarhi-j lhè-gjarhi-j naj
1s-insane-* 2s-insane-* 1p -insane-* all
*the final -j signifies a verb form that is inspecific with regard to tense
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