Aidan Grey <[log in to unmask]> writes: > 1. crowd > There was a huge crowd in front of the building. Cieli naubade umeo niefi. cie- li naub-a -de u- meo-0 nief -i MASS-people huge-NDF-COP ESS-front-CON store-DEF "A huge people-mass is/was at the front of the store." > 2. lead > She led her dog into the field. Khuntu gor khebuli eki nnur yin. s- kunt -u g- or -0 khebul-i ak -i nnur yi-n PST-drive-PST ALL-inside-CON field -DEF woman-DEF dog GEN-OBJ "(She) drove (it) to the inside of the field, the woman, her dog." Non-focused: (Eki) khuntu nnur yin gor khebuli. > Her dog was on a lead. Fafra nnur yinde. faf-ia-0 nnur yi -n -de tie-PAP-NDF dog GEN-OBJ-COP "A tied one her dog is/was." > The pipes are made of lead. Llouti det kaudide. lluwt-i det -0 kaud-i -de lead -DEF material-CON pipe-DEF-COP "Lead is the material/substance of the pipe(s)." I'll save the rest for later... --Pablo Flores http://www.angelfire.com/scifi2/nyh/index.html "The future is all around us, waiting, in moments of transition, to be born in moments of revelation. No one knows the shape of that future or where it will take us. We know only that it is always born in pain." -- G'Kar quoting G'Quon, in "Babylon 5"