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Christian Thalmann wrote:
> Bottom Line:  Do you guys think that this peculiar sentence structure
> is plausible?  "Earning wants-he a lot of money" rather than "Wants-he
> earning a lot of money"?

I seem to remember reading that only languages that are consistently
verb-final place auxilaries meaning things like "want" after the verb.
Altho, Uatakassi suffixes auxilaries (including "want").  I explain that
as being incorporation, the head verb is actually made into part of the
verb, just as an instrumental *noun* can be incorporated into the verb.

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