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On Mon, Jan 08, 2001 at 10:42:53PM -0500, E-Ching Ng wrote:

> Thanks, H. S., I was wondering if I was the only person trying to make
> sense of that.  I've seen Chinese "adjectives" called stative verbs,
> because they do behave similarly in some ways.  Chinese nouns, as far as
> I know, behave completely differently from Chinese verbs.
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Hmm. Do you have any specific examples of adjectives behaving like stative
verbs? I can't seem to think of any... I must be missing something?


T

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