[tlhIngan Hol] when to {-vaD} and when to {-Daq}

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Thu Dec 5 07:16:09 PST 2019


SuStel:
> When you use one of these non-locative
> verbs, any locative you attach to it can
> mean the action happens in or near that
> location, but it can also mean that the
> locative is the destination of the action.
> vaS'a' jIyIt I walk in/at/on/by/to the Great
> Hall.

Did you intend to write {vaS'a'Daq jIyIt} ?

jIH:
> tera'vo' Qo'noSvaD taj vIngeH
> I send the knife from earth to kronos
SuStel:
> Decide whether you're talking about the
> location of the knife or who has
> the knife. Did you give the knife to the
> people of Kronos to receive? Or did you
> just make the knife change locations?

In the above example, the intended meaning was that the knife changes
locations.

So, I guess that in that case, I should have written {tera'vo' Qo'noSDaq
taj vIngeH} ?

~ gha'cher qIj
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