|From:||Douglas Koller, Latin & French <latinfrench@...>|
|Date:||Monday, July 23, 2001, 1:47|
> > Teonaht uses the future indicative with formal address:
Géarthnuns uses the hortative when commands are directed at no one in
particular (and it sounds polite, too):
"Zçeshtanö kfazh la chü rhömaksüt maloshöth sho, kfazh la chal
Zçeshtanö kfazh la chü rhömaksüt maloshöth sho, kfazh la chal
while you-nom/pl pres the train.car-acc alight SHO, you-nom/pl pres the-dual
"Please mind the doors as you disembark from the train."
"íeíepöl" "stop" (used on traffic signs)
I suspect recipes would take a similar format.