Relative sentences

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Relative sentences

Postby eltigre » 2007-12-19, 11:34

Kaixo guztiok!


I would like some things to be explained:relative sentences.


I will be giving examples and please answer them to me!

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Postby Zoroa » 2008-02-24, 15:41

Kaixo,

There are a few examples in the Basque beginner's course, you should have a look!

Zoroa ;)
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Postby eltigre » 2008-02-29, 20:17

@Zoroa
I know but I need to have them here separately!

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Postby eltigre » 2008-02-29, 20:18

Let's try this! :)

...man that I see- Gizona ikusten dudan
... man that I am seeing-Gizona ikusten ari dudan
...man that I was seeing-Gizona ikusten ari nintzen
...man that I have seen-Gizona ikusi dudan
...man that I will see-Gizona ikusteko dudan


...man who sees me-gizona ikusu naun
...man who can see me-gizona ikusi ahal nauzun
...man who sees you-gizona ikusten duzu
people that will wait for us- jente itxoinako nauten

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Postby arabarra » 2008-03-02, 11:00

Hi, el tigre

it´s the other way round. The complement of the noun goes before the noun. For instance:

The man that I see:

I see-> ikusten dut
the man -> gizona

The man that I see -> ikusten dudAN gizona


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