Re: LONG: Latest Wenetaic Stuff
|Date:||Tuesday, October 26, 1999, 12:30|
Paul Bennett <Paul.Bennett@...> wrote:
> Generally, most roots are noun-based. The verbal form of "x" is generally
> translated "perform the action stereotypically associated with x". It's a bit
> rough and ready, and there's not much regularity beyond that rule. The verb of
> "sun" is "shine"/snip/
Is that the only verb for 'shine'? Does that mean that 'the sun shines'
is an impersonal sentence like 'it rains'?
[AFCML I have those for 'shine' (the sun) and 'blow' (the wind).]