[tlhIngan Hol] Proper use of adverbial {je}

nIqolay Q niqolay0 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 14 13:16:26 PDT 2017

I don't see why not. {vIHar je} on its own would mean either "I believe it
(and others believe it too)" or "I believe it (and I believe other things
too)." Your example fits the latter; you believe the duck is beautiful, and
also, you believe that the cat is beautiful. An example of the former ("I
and others believe it") would be {'IH vIghrolIj 'e' Har wo'rIv. 'IH
vIghrolIj 'e' vIHar je.}

On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 4:04 PM, mayqel qunenoS <mihkoun at gmail.com> wrote:

> According to tkd, we can use the adverbial {je} in this way:
> {qaleghpu' je}
> I saw you too
> With the ambiguity of course being, "I and others saw you or I saw you and
> others".
> All these are known, however I would like to ask if the following would be
> a correct use of {je} too:
> {'IH Da'vI'lIj 'e' vIHar; 'IH vIghrolIj 'e' vIHar je}
> Your duck is beautiful, I believe it; your cat is beautiful, I believe it
> too.
> qunnoq
> _______________________________________________
> tlhIngan-Hol mailing list
> tlhIngan-Hol at lists.kli.org
> http://lists.kli.org/listinfo.cgi/tlhingan-hol-kli.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.kli.org/pipermail/tlhingan-hol-kli.org/attachments/20170814/db9efeb4/attachment-0004.htm>

More information about the tlhIngan-Hol mailing list