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« on: 06 20, 2009, 12:32: PM »

HurghHom Sop jIH
qab HurghHom par jIH

Struggling with relating concepts of 'sitting down to dinner' and temporal stuff.
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« Reply #1 on: 06 20, 2009, 09:27: PM »

HurghHom Sop jIH
qab HurghHom par jIH

Struggling with relating concepts of 'sitting down to dinner' and temporal stuff.

It would help if you posted what you meant in English, too. "I eat a little pickle"?

"I eat" is vISop. You need a verb prefix, but you don't need jIH.

Adjectives come after their nouns, so if the second sentence is "I dislike bad pickles", that would be Hurgh(Hom) qab vIpar.

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