[tlhIngan Hol] Saying I'm not there

DloraH seruq at bellsouth.net
Fri Oct 6 10:10:52 PDT 2017

> I’ve never seen an example of [PRONOUN]be’taH.  If anything, pa’ jIHbe’taH might mean “I’m still not there” implying continuous absence over some time.

"It's not me that is there."

One pulls into their driveway.  They see through the windows a
silhouette roaming around in the house.  The spouse is not supposed to
be home yet.  They call on the cellphone.  "Is that you in the house?"
"pa' jIHbe'taH"

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