Re: Terkunan question
|From:||Jeff Rollin <jeff.rollin@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, May 22, 2007, 11:56|
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In the last episode, on Tue, 22 May
2007 00:46:34 +0200, Henrik Theiling <ht@...> wrote:
> Not yet decided, maybe a little poll would help me: which of the
> following would you think is nicer for 'I arrive in Italy'?
> a) M'ariva r'a Tali. (verb + 'r' + vowel)
> b) M'ariv'a Tali. (verb - 'a' + vowel)
I'm not sure there's much in it. Personally I like the reintroduction
of the "-r" of the infinitive in (a), though.
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