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On Monday, January 12, 2004, at 01:54 AM, Trebor Jung wrote:

> Etak wrote:
>> [snip]
>> I'm working on an inflecting language and I've made the case markers for
>> nouns as suffixes.  Would it look too strange, or break some (unknown to
>> me)
>> linguistic rule to conjugate verbs by adding prefixes.
>>
> No, there's no such rule!

Yes, indeed - there _no- such rule that can be broken. All the Bantulangs,
  e.g.
always conjugate their verbs by adding prefixes.

Ray
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