Re: Grie Ka #2 : ( the weirdest? aspects of Ka )
|From:||Hiroshi Kato <hkato@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, December 13, 2001, 12:37|
From: "Vasiliy Chernov" <bc_@...>
Thank you very much for your interest!
> > And... the reason why igsa is called a 'filter'
> >is that this m relationship is 'going through it.'
> Can you itemize what can filter what?
Well, at the moment, filters are related either
i) tense or aspect, or ii) conjunctions ( or both!).
Let me give you some examples.
i) tense or aspect related filters
(ex.1) zekom winsa ettimaindime vinomicxu
winsa (filter) perfect aspect
winsa ettimaindime which has been read by me
vinomicxu again and again
(ex 2) kseplyef gensa pacxaindimyatr
gensa (filter) is about to be
gensa pacxaindimyatr which ia about to be eaten by him/her
(ex. 3) okn kinsa oknaindim wesfas
kinsa (filter) make a habit to
kinsa oknaindim wesfas which we make a habit to play
(ex. 4) Et awn ledeindem polsij, awn ettimeindem hiumni zekom.
I went to library and read a lot of books.
awn.....awn (filter) and then
hiumni a lot of
ii) filters used as a conjunction
(ex. 5) Et aif ikedmaindem hijazeksij, hju aif seniklaintem andikisij
As you already know, I am a university student, but I am also working as a tutor
almost every day.
aif....aif (filter) and also
ikedmaindem hijazeksij be a university student
seniklaintem andikisij work as a tutor
kjeanpenilecu almost everyday
There are others, but I believe these examples should be sufficient to get the
picture of it.