[tlhIngan Hol] verbs necessarily taking objects

mayqel qunenoS mihkoun at gmail.com
Fri Feb 2 02:01:00 PST 2018

There is something I can't understand, something which I think I had asked
sometime ago, but I still have trouble understanding..

There are verbs which can't take an object.

And there are verbs which can take an object..

But are there verbs which always must have an object ?

At another thread I read:

> The grammatical difference is that {rang} can take an object (the
> thing the subject is responsible for) -- and it would be weird for it
> not to have an object

So, this means that there are verbs which must necessarily take an object,
right ? Verbs like {rang}, verbs like {DIl}.

Am I right ? Could someone clarify this matter ?

~ nI'ghma
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