[tlhIngan Hol] subject of the -bogh clause of a sao being the subject of another verb
mihkoun at gmail.com
Tue Jul 28 06:05:06 PDT 2020
This is rather twisted, but it came to me and I can't not ask.
Qap yuQDaj 'e' tul nuv
a person hopes that his planet wins
Qap yuQDaj 'e' tulbogh nuv luHoH romuluSngan
the romulans kill the person who hopes that his planet wins
And here it comes..
Qap yuQDaj; Dun 'e' tulbogh nuv
his planet wins; the person who hopes that is great
(I placed the semicolon just to show how I understand the sentence)
Is there anything wrong with writing something like this ? I can't
think of any grammar rule(s) being broken.
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