Re: Case/Tense question
|From:||Barry Garcia <barry_garcia@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 12, 2000, 1:10|
>I read somewhere that SOV and VSO (and VOS and OSV) langs often develop
>cases to distinguish the subject and object morphologically. (at least, I
>think it was those).
I know that in Tagalog, there are subject and non subject markers used.
For non persons you use ang for subject, and ng for non subjects. For
people you use si for subjects, and ni for non subjects. Anyway, they're a
little more indepth than that in Tagalog. But, they helo distinguish who
is who in the sentence.
I kind of did the same thing in Saalangal. You can find them on my web
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