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protocols [2017/10/29 23:39]
rayza ==== 2017-10-29 ==== strong verbs, comparative and superlative
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     * strong verbs seem to be use throughout the Germanic languages even if not very consistently     * strong verbs seem to be use throughout the Germanic languages even if not very consistently
     * having them for the past tenses makes the language somewhat more complex, thus using the regular form instead should probably be allowed     * having them for the past tenses makes the language somewhat more complex, thus using the regular form instead should probably be allowed
-    * strong verbs seem to form the base of certain nominalizations and adjectivizations;​ resorting to not using those (similar) forms could result in comprehension problems and alienation (EN "to sing; sang; sung" -> "​song";​ DE "​trinken"​ -> "​Getränk","​Trank"​...)+    * strong verbs seem to form the base of certain nominalizations and adjectivizations;​ resorting to not using those (similar) forms could result in comprehension problems and alienation (EN "to sing; sang; sung" -> "song"; DE "​singen;​ sang; gesungen"​ -> "​Gesang","​Sänger"; DE "​trinken"​ -> "​Getränk","​Trank"​...)
   * discussion about the comparative and superlative (of adjectives)   * discussion about the comparative and superlative (of adjectives)
     * PG features -ōzô and -izô for the comparative but a distinction was lost in quite some languages and from present point of view making a distinction in the Nordic language is not really possible if you don't know it already     * PG features -ōzô and -izô for the comparative but a distinction was lost in quite some languages and from present point of view making a distinction in the Nordic language is not really possible if you don't know it already
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