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On Wed, 31 Mar 1999, Nik Taylor wrote:

> John Fisher wrote:
> > Cwand inye         caro-lorye      pani   lisnien,
> > when  speaker-ATR  three-grand-ATR father be.young-person
> >
> > en
> > person
>
> Why is person indicated seperately, if _lisnien_ already means
> "person"?  Is there some reason or is htis just an idiosyncracy of that
> verb?

I think (John, please correct me if I'm wrong) that _en_ is already
the subject of the second clause, _he_.

   Irina


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