Grammatical case

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Grammatical case

Postby SynthErik » 2009-11-12, 19:29

Hello!

I'm at the moment in a competition with different questions. One of them is how you say the local grammatical case "in to" in finno-ugric languages. I think the lingo they are looking for is Magyar, so therefore I came here. Any one who can help me out?
Please, correct my mistakes. Even in Swedish.
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Re: Grammatical case

Postby ''' » 2009-11-13, 3:23

well, the English word for that case is illative, and I think finnish has it too.
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Re: Grammatical case

Postby SynthErik » 2009-11-14, 14:07

Thank you very much :)
Please, correct my mistakes. Even in Swedish.
Native: [flag]sv[/flag]
Known: [flag]en[/flag]
Learning: [flag]es[/flag] [flag]jp[/flag]
Det enda som är säkert är döden


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