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Attributive Nominal Forms and Syntax in a lang experiment

From:Elliott Lash <erelion12@...>
Date:Wednesday, November 19, 2003, 2:33
While sitting around in class today, I started
doodling about, creating a few vocab items and simple
sentences. The main "strange" feature in this
experiment seems to be the 'pre-attributive' form of
the noun. This form seems to be used before something
that describes it, whether an adjective, a possessive,
or a relative clause.


dzhin dwo
your  father

gi dyu          beng
your  father+attr  dear

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