|From:||Rob H <magwich78@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 18, 2003, 10:54|
I have a question about verbal morphology.
A language that I've started working on lately called (for right now) "Novian" has a
conditional/subjunctive marker -si or -sa and an imperative marker -ka. My question is, can
conditional/subjunctive + imperative = optative? It seems pretty reasonable to me, and I'd like
to have an optative marker in -ska (from -sa-ka), but I want to know what others out there think.
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