Re: Noun tense was Re: bac . . . some info
|From:||wayne chevrier <wachevrier@...>|
|Date:||Monday, July 22, 2002, 16:26|
Ray Brown nevesht:
>On Friday, July 19, 2002, at 07:43 , Peter Clark wrote:
>>On Thursday 18 July 2002 19:32, Tim May wrote:
>>>Peter Clark writes:
>>>> As others have said, good job. I see that another person has
>>>>discovered the joys of noun tense! Enamyn does this too, as well as
>>>I'm sure there is a natlang with noun tense in Campbell, but I can't
>>>find it, and I'm beginning to suspect that I dreamt it. Does anyone
>>>know any examples of natlangs that mark tense on a noun?
>I'm fairly sure they do exist, but I haven't been able to track one down
>At the back of my mind is some idea that Innuit does this. Can anyone
>confirm this or tell me that my mind is playing tricks?
I don't know about Inuktituk, but it does occur in Cree.
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