Re: Quryak (Was:Re: Another Orthography Question)
|From:||Mathias M. Lassailly <lassailly@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 21, 1998, 8:49|
Ferenc wrote :
> > when the direct object is indefinite. Intransitive verbs only allow the
> > "-ok" form:
> > Fut-ok
> > run-1sg
> > "I run"
> > "Futom" is no good. Do I have my facts correct here? I don't really
> > know much about Hungarian, other than what I've read in linguistics
> > articles...
> Futom a versenyt. = I run the race.
> It works fine.
What is *a* ? I mean : is it that *fut* becomes transitive (as you say above that
verbs are either trans/intrans) or is it that lative and locative may be
rendered as a direct object like in Japanese :
araku : I walk
yama wo aruku : *I walk the mountain (acc)
See the original message at http://www.egroups.com/list/conlang/?start=18698