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

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Mon May 13 08:25:27 PDT 2019


On 5/13/2019 11:14 AM, mayqel qunen'oS wrote:
>
> SuStel:
> > One is the way it's said; one is something
> > you made up.
>
> This is what I don't understand, (and I'm trying to):
>
> Why in the {qIbDaq SuvwI''e'..} we *can* introduce the topic at the 
> beginning marked with {-'e'} and then follow with a comparative, but 
> we can't do the same without following by a comparative.
>
> I'm not saying that we *can*; I'm saying that I can't understand *why* 
> we can't.
>
> And believe me, I *do* want to understand.

It has nothing to do with whether it's appeared in a superlative 
sentence. It's because pronoun sentences already have a correct form, 
with the topic at the end.

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SuStel
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