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On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 4:37 PM, taliesin the storyteller <
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> On 2011-04-01 19:30, Patrick Dunn wrote:
> > II. Verbs
> >
> > Verbs conjugate for tense, mood, aspect, sleepiness, colorfulness,
> > sleepiness, furiousness.  Fortunately, all such morphemes are fused into
> one
> > suffix: [ba], which attaches only to null roots.
>
> How does the first "sleepiness" differ from the second "sleepiness"?
>
>
> t.
>


The first "sleepiness" is between aspect and colorfulness, while the second
"sleepiness" is between colorfulness and furiousness.  Duh!  You really must
keep up with the most recent theories.  Here you have a whole string of
reasons verbs conjugate, thus a part of String Theory.

Adam