[tlhIngan Hol] pronouns and {-chuq}

David Holt kenjutsuka at live.com
Wed Oct 25 11:56:54 PDT 2017


> jatlh mayqel qunenoS:

>> If I use it only as a verb can I write {tlhIHchuq SunovchoH} ?

> No.  I can't imagine what a type 1 verb suffix on a pronoun as "to be" might mean.
>  "You are each other"?  Even if so, how would it relate to the second sentence?
>  "You are each other you begin to be foreigners."  Why not, {SuSovchuqchoH}?

HIvqa' veqlargh!  Obviously I meant, {SuSovbe'chuqchoH}.
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