[tlhIngan Hol] neH and nouns joined by je

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Mon Nov 11 05:58:46 PST 2019

I want to say: "I see only a cat and the chancellor". There are two options:

{vIghro' Qang je neH vIlegh}
(vIghro neH Qang neH je vIlegh)

Meaning-wise, perhaps the only difference is that the first means "I
see only, a cat and the chancellor", while the second says "I see only
a cat and only the chancellor".

Other than that, which of the two would be "bettter" ? is this just a
matter of personal preference ?

~ bara'qa'

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