Re: R: Comments required ... please : )
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, June 28, 2000, 9:21|
At 13:47 27/06/00 +0200, you wrote:
>> Adjectives are usually declined as nouns, and adverbs are
>> directly deviced by adjectival stems.
>> (Do you mean that adjectives take the same endings as their
>> associated nouns? I like this; it's simple. I assume you've
>> got adjectival nouns.)
>I'm not sure about it. The problem is that I'd like to add the case mark
>only at the end of every noun phrase, but I'm not sure about this. For
Why aren't you sure about it? It's a nice feature of Euskara that I
borrowed for my Moten. In Moten only the last word of a noun phrase takes
the grammatical marks. It's so true that when you have two coordinated noun
phrases (which thus have the same function), only the last word of the
second one takes the affixes. It's true even for clauses: when you have two
coordinated clauses with verbs in the same form, only the second verb takes
the affixes. Neat isn't it? :)
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