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Hallo!

On Fri, 17 Sep 2004 17:22:00 -0400,
Trebor Jung <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> In the Conlang Collaboration group, Paul Bennett Ýrta: "...let me quickly
> summarise the split-S language Guarani, because it's quite interesting:
>
> "Transitive verbs ('give', 'steal', 'know') take A and O
> Intransitive verbs ('go', 'remain', 'follow') take S_a
> Quality verbs (used for adjectives) take S_o
>
> "Transitive and Intransitive verbs may be placed in the imperative. Quality
> verbs cannot."
>
> This sounds pretty cool!

And it makes sense, as the quality verbs are not about actually *doing*
something.  It is the same way in my conlang Old Albic (a fluid-S
language).

Greetings,

J÷rg.