tollir or leeir

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Re: tollir or leeir

Postby Tovel » Thu 19 Jul 2012 12:38 pm

Well, I've just seen that I forgot to decribe the future with ngéukhét.

Future with ngéukhét: It's used for predictions and conjectures in the future, but the functions that it will do are still a doubt.
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Re: tollir or leeir

Postby Elijah » Wed 01 Aug 2012 5:41 pm

Hmmmm. So the morphosyntactic alignment is tripartite. Very interesting indeed.
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Re: tollir or leeir

Postby Remd » Thu 11 Oct 2012 1:14 pm

Oh, a Catalan conlanger! :) I didn't know there were any over here heheh. Felicitats! la teva llengua deu sonar bé, m'imagino que molt exòtica de fet :)
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Re: tollir or leeir

Postby Tovel » Thu 11 Oct 2012 7:13 pm

Elijah wrote:Hmmmm. So the morphosyntactic alignment is tripartite. Very interesting indeed.


I didn't know what morphosyntatic alignment was, but now I do, and, yes, it's tripartite in my conlang.

Remd wrote:Felicitats! la teva llengua deu sonar bé, m'imagino que molt exòtica de fet :)


Yes, it's what I tried to do.

In little time I'll try to publish the different subordinate sentences.
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Re: tollir or leeir

Postby Täzari » Fri 23 May 2014 1:00 pm

This looks really interesting indeed!
I would like you to publish some example sentences if you may. So we can have some active examples about the usage of verbal forms and grammatical cases...
I also hope you could reply to my post on passive sentence's structure, that would be very insightful!

Keep up the good work and I look forward to learn more about Tollir!
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