[tlhIngan Hol] Noun marked with {-'e'} at the beginning of the sentence

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Mon May 13 07:08:59 PDT 2019


On 5/13/2019 8:38 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
> {vIghro' tIQ'e', nov 'oH}
> as for the ancient cat, it's an alien
>
> As we see, whether I write {nov 'oH vIghro' tIQ'e'} or {vIghro'
> tIQ'e', nov 'oH}, the english meaning is exactly the same.
>
> So, if we were asked what's the actual difference between the two, we
> should say:
>
> Both are equally correct, and the only difference between them, is (as
> 'oqranD once had clarified), that the {vIghro' tIQ'e', nov 'oH} is
> more "shakespearean".

One is the way it's said; one is something you made up.

Talk like Yoda you can, and understand you people will, but using good 
grammar you will not be.

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SuStel
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