Re: adjectives and adverbs
|From:||Carsten Becker <naranoieati@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, June 5, 2005, 13:13|
On Saturday 04 June 2005 23:16 CEST, # 1 wrote:
> So I thought of making all the adverbs with auxiliaries
> that take the verb's ending and let the verb unchanged
That's just modal adverbs! *Usual* adverbs are like
adjectives that refer to verbs instead of nouns. In French,
most adverbs end in -(e/am)ment, in English usually in -ly
and German does not make a difference between adjectives
and adverbs, though adverbs are not inflected for case,
gender and number as adjectives are.
> So the question is: Would that kind of word be really an
> auxiliary or would it simply be an adverb that conjugates
> in TAM and person?
Add: How would I inflect adverbs for case? Ayeri does that,
at least I try to but I always get into trouble, since
adverbs refer to verbs not to nouns.
Edatamanon le matahanarà benenoea eibenem ena Bahis Venena,
15-A8-58-4-4-3-B ena Curan Tertanyan.