Oops, forgot something...
|From:||Marty Rosenberg <theflamingdrake@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 10, 2004, 6:40|
I forgot to mention a few things that I could especially use help with,
although everything is pretty much a blank slate for me.
First, I have difficulty coming up with words. I tried using roots and
particles to do so, but then I realized something else: I have difficulty
coming up with those too. Is there any system I should know of that could
help me along these lines?
Also, in simple terms, what possible variants are there for conjugating
verbs, and which should I use (although I do realize that this is entirely
up to opinion)? I know of person (1st, 2nd, 2nd 1/2, 3rd), number, state of
being (inanimate vs. animate vs. human, etc.), mood (indicative vs.
subjunctive), time period (past, present, future), speaker, listener, and...
um... whatever you call the comparison between simple, perfective, and
progressive conjugations. And add the imperative in there too, wherever that
Marty Rosenberg (a.k.a. Zaryz Derän... approx. Zarøz Deryan)
KING OF THE... Dang, I'm not king of anything...