Remember Environment Pronouns...?
|From:||David Peterson <digitalscream@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, April 28, 2002, 7:17|
There appears to be an environment verb in Turkish, both normal and
negative: var and yok (respectively). It's used for such things as "to
have": car-my var, my car exists, I have a car. (With "yok" it'd be "I don't
have a car".) They're also used for the "there is/isn't" deal. And also
used for existence, so it'd be used in the sentence, "The evidence for my
client doesn't exist" (or "yok" would). Very useful. I wish I hadn't seen
it, else I'd use it...
"fawiT, Gug&g, tSagZil-a-Gariz, waj min DidZejsat wazid..."
"Soft, driven, slow and mad, like some new language..."