everson at evertype.com
Sun Nov 14 18:37:16 GMT 2010
On 14 Nov 2010, at 18:28, nicholas williams wrote:
> No it doesn't. It is ny'm bus whans dybry 'I have no desire to eat' and a'y frut qualifies dybry.
Right. What Nicholas is saying is that since "a'y frut" qualifies dybry, it can be omitted and the sentence is still grammatical. Dan was saying that whans needed a preposition, but it doesn't:
ny'm bus whans dybry
y goulenwel yv ow whans
do both bear this out.
Michael Everson * http://www.evertype.com/
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