[tlhIngan Hol] Apollo mission sentence

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Wed May 1 08:23:22 PDT 2019


Read the Ca'Non sentence from the "Smithsonian Go Figure app":


{tera jar Soch, DIS wa Hut jav

Hut, maSDaq SaqmeH Qu' wa'DIch

HochHom turlu'taHvIS, wej logh

lengwIpu pa'mey 'oH Apollo wamaH wa' ra'ghom bobcho Columbia'e'}


"Apollo 11 Command Module, Columbia, was the living quarters for the three-person crew during most of the first manned lunar landing mission in July 1969".


The {Qu' wa'DIch} is obviously the subject of {SaqmeH}. It can't be the {Qu' wa'DIch HochHom} since the goal wasn't for "almost all of the mission to land on the moon".


And then we have the {HochHom turlu'taHvIS} which is used to express the "during most of the first manned lunar landing mission".


However, since the subject of the {SaqmeH} is only the {Qu' wa'DIch}, shouldn't there be a comma right after it ?


~ m. qunen'oS

Ca'Non holy Ca'Non



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