THEORY: Conjunctio verborum clausarumque
|From:||BP Jonsson <bpj@...>|
|Date:||Monday, March 20, 2000, 11:40|
At 19:00 19.3.2000 -0800, DOUGLAS KOLLER wrote:
>Géarthnuns is like this; "kfö" for clauses and verbs, "zhö" to connect
>anything else: nouns, adjectives, adverbs, postpositional phrases...
> > For whoever knows: what did Latin do with _et_ and <-que>?
> > Could you use <-que> with whole clauses?
>Yep, you could.
>Dominus ex equo descendit, villamque intravit.
>The master got off his horse and went into the house.
I never thought of this before, but it is interesting that the -que comes
after the first word of the second clause, not after the whole second clause!
>Incidentally, Géarthnuns "zhö" acts the way it does because I either did not
>know or forgot about this use of
>-que back in high school.
How does "kfö" work? And how is it pronounced? ;)
"Doubt grows with knowledge" -Goethe