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On Tue, 18 Sep 2001 20:01:10 +0100, joe <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>2)matia is the only preposition, it means with or near, distinguish above
as matia (noun) matia gusu (with (noun) with sky). and below as matia (noun)
matia zaka. or (with (noun) with ground)

Interesting. How do you plan to treat verbs whose semantics may require
more than three actants?

E. g.: 1.(somebody) lends 2.(something) 3.(to somebody) 4.(for a certain
time) 5.(for a certain payment) 6.(per a certain period)?


Basilius