[tlhIngan Hol] chaHDaq Hopbogh Daq tu'lu'

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Sat Jun 15 11:18:28 PDT 2019

On 6/15/2019 2:07 PM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> Assume, there is an accident having taken place in a city.
> The accident has been described, the people involved have been 
> described, the city too, and then I want to say "far from them (from 
> the accident and the people involved), there is a location".
> Because, I *need* to continue the story by saying "at *that* location 
> something else happened".
> In this context, would the {chaHDaq Hopbogh Daq tu'lu'} be adequate 
> for "far from them (the people involved), there was a location" , so 
> then I will say {DaqvamDaq qaS ..} ?
> Perhaps, I can just say {Daq HopDaq qaS...}.
> But suppose that in the story, there is someone else involved too, who 
> may not be near enough to the accident, so I *need* to specify near to 
> *who* the location to be described next, actually is.

I'm not fully following you, but I don't think I need to. *Hop* is far 
from whatever the speaker, writer, listener, reader understand it to be 
from. Make it clear what it is far from, then say it's *Hop.*

It would be a lot easier if you would just give us what you're working 
on, with the surrounding text for context.


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