[tlhIngan Hol] {vaj} the english "so" and joining multiple {-bogh} phrases by {vaj}

SuStel sustel at trimboli.name
Wed Jul 20 08:13:37 PDT 2022

On 7/20/2022 11:05 AM, D qunen'oS wrote:
> I was thinking of a context as for example one saying to another 
> "listen, because I have a weapon which injures, and because it injures 
> it causes pain, beware".

This is not a grammatical sentence in English. You've got a subordinate 
clause /because I have a weapon which injures./ Then you're /and/-ing it 
with another subordinate clause, /because it injures./ Note that 
/because it injures it causes pain/ is not a subordinate clause: it is a 
subordinate clause /(because it injures) /and an independent clause /(it 
causes pain)./ Then you have the independent clause, /beware./

I think what you have here is your usual habit of splicing sentences 
inside sentences. It just doesn't work here.

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