|From:||Christopher Wright <faceloran@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, October 8, 2003, 0:05|
I was considering creating a language that has nominal cases distinct from
verbal cases. In such a language, you'd get something like:
dream-3s.Present animal-pl.NominalAccusative "he is one who dreams of animals"
dream-3s.Present animal-pl.VerbalAccusative "he is dreaming of animals"
Is that possible/plausible/already been done? Am I breaking anadewism? If
not, what would this be called? Is it another way of looking at something I
already knew about/didn't realize existed?