[tlhIngan Hol] is this grammatically correct ?

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Wed Nov 6 07:05:07 PST 2019


Suppose I write:


{raS retlhDaq Qot voDleH; pa' Qotbogh je nuvpu'vaD jatlh..}


for:


"the emperor was reclining next to the table; he said for the people who were reclining there too.."


Would the klingon sentence be grammatically correct ? I'm troubled by the {je} following a {-bogh} clause, and I don't know whether the {pa'} can refer *only* to the {Qotbogh}.


I know I could express the desired meaning in other ways too, but I can't stop wondering whether the klingon sentence is actually correct.


~ bara'qa'




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