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Ab' 1-e-kal t-a-aEli 'ge see-inf-without you-impf-know You know without seeing. When the matrix verb is the negative rac remain, it is translated into English as a strong positive (the same as qar in Amharic). ge'e-e-kal 'ma-rac-a go-inf-without neg-remain-impf,I,he I will not remain without going. ) 'ma-rac-in'na do-inf-without neg-remain-he,she perf He certainly did it. kal might be considered a postposition except that it does not take noun phrases--only the -'e infinitive. (An idiom meaning except for has a noun phrase followed by the postposition -k plus ka'lah yan which is not: 'tah-ak ka'lah yan 'gita 'm-an-nu this-from not is way neg-is-we, We have no way except for this, I Cor.

Yu 'xanna 'kaadu sa' l i im baa' Elo-1 John 'kak also 1 iyyen 'nuun Salim country-in Aenon lee-t acim 1 miduk su 1 geh of it they say water by baptising 1 1 he was 1 lel wa el'le man gok sug'te-k sa, si 1 nam waters there many 1 were-since 1 kaa-l a maatuk sug'teh people 'ken el'le acim 1 miduk su 1 ge (John 3:23) him-to coming were them there baptising were. John was also baptising by water in the country of Salim wllich they call Aenon; since much water was there, he was baptising them there.

3). The subjunctive carries person and number but not aspect on its verb. 2. 6. a. ) t-a'kam-u she-eat-subjun She may eat. 34 A Generative Grammar of Afar ged-'doo-n-u go-you-pl-subjun, You may go. (from gea-a- 1 aa-na-u) The differences in aspect between noun phrase complements with the nominalizer -Vm and sentence complements with subjunctive, jussive, or infinitive are illustrated below with sentences with the perfect and imperfect stem with -Vm and the neutral aspect with subjunctive -u, gea- 1 8-a-m a-aei 'ge go-you-imperf-nom I,imperf-know I know you are going.

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