CONLANG Digest - 3 Mar 2000 to 6 Mar 2000 (#2000-65)
|From:||Muke Tever <alrivera@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, March 7, 2000, 15:21|
>From: Daniel Seriff <microtonal@...>
>LOC - prepositional case "in"
>about the prepositional case in Mungayvd - it has many distinctions
>between prepositional relations, but I can't remember the correct case
>terms for all of them, so I've just been calling them prep. case "in",
>prep. case "on", prep. case "beside", etc., etc. Can anyone make me up
>or point me towards a good list of all the prepositional case names?
I can make one when I get home tonight. (I checked out a book on case about a
month or two ago, and wrote down all the names I could find. But I left that
notebook at home today...)
I'm pretty sure though, that the "in" case in that sentence would be called