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Re: Quryak (Was:Re: Another Orthography Question)

From:Frank George Valoczy <valoczy@...>
Date:Friday, November 20, 1998, 4:45
On Thu, 19 Nov 1998, Nik Taylor wrote:

> Frank George Valoczy wrote: > > Word order is strict SVO. There are only 3 cases: nominative, locative > > and lative (I stole that from Khanty), so it's like /*you hit I/. > > What is "lative"? And what case is the direct object in?
Lative is the opposite of locative; locative indicates position in Eastern Khanty, while Lative indicates motion towards without a postposition. The direct object is in the nominative, and verbs are like in Hungarian, no distinction is made btw. transitive and intransitive. -------ferke Ferenc Gy. Valoczy Es to pilni'gi noliedzu! Personal page: Tu-134 page: railways page: conlang page: Uralica: Zaradi politicnega delovanja je oblast v letu 1982 razpustila: Svobodo (Laibach)