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Nik Taylor wrote:
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> Charles wrote:
> > But the way I'm looking at English, it really has ways
> > of marking the equivalent of direct and indirect objects,
> > by position or preposition.
>
> Right - I was referring specifically to MORPHOLOGICAL case, of which
> English has undeniably only two.  I'd consider English to have four

I recall reading somewhere that Romany, the Gypsy lg has only 2
morphological cases, Direct and Indirect.  Can't say if its true
but I have occasionally experimented with a 2 case system.
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If its tourist season, why can't we shoot them?