Questions about Tense/Mood/Case
|From:||Akhilesh Pillalamarri <valardil@...>|
|Date:||Friday, February 20, 2004, 22:18|
My langugage has a lot of tenses for verbs and I don't even know what
to do with many of them or how to use them. Some serve no purpose
while others that could serve purpose seem to be lacking. Is there a
place where I can get a list of all the tenses and their proper usage
(including the usual perfect, inperfect, pluperfect, progressive,
conditional, etc.) I also need help with the cases. I am told
that "to him" and "for him" would fall under the same case (indirect
object) but in reality these convey two different meanings. Enlighten
me. And finally can someone tell me how [y](french u) and [Q](arabic
q) are pronounced. I have a lot of weird pronouns as well.
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