księżycowy wrote:Giving up on Nahuatl, or just looking to do two CSAILs?
księżycowy wrote:Cool. At the moment I'm tossing around the idea of picking one up again. Either that or a NAIL.
księżycowy wrote:... I'm eying for starting one around November (Powwow time).
hrhenry wrote:The way this summer seems to be flying by, November will be here in no time.
I don't know much about questions; sorry. This example specifically is made more complicated by the dual meaning of the word ca.Tlequiyahuitl wrote:I have a question about encoding entire sentences or clauses as pronouns in Nahuatl. If somebody said, "Ca chichiltic in eztli", and you knew that, would you be able to reply "Nicmati (on)" or would you have to repeat the sentence, saying something like "Nicmati in chichiltic in eztli"? My grammar's probably a bit off so I apologize.
Also, when would you reply with "ca quemah/ahmo" and when with simply "quemah/ahmo"?
If it's been specified beforehand (as "Williams, 316" might be used in a paper), I don't see why not.By the way, do you think people would understand if shorthand was used for Nahuatl books, so that "An Introduction to Classical Nahuatl" just became ICL followed by the author, either L(auney)/M(acKay) or JR(ichard)A(ndrews)? The book I use is ICL L/M for the record.
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