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what does the suffix "it" stands for?

by berger, January 16, 2005

Messages: 6

Language: English

berger (User's profile) January 16, 2005, 10:09:39 PM

JoyGerhardt (User's profile) January 17, 2005, 8:06:30 PM

It's the past passive participle - Amanto, one who loves; Amato, one who is loved; Aminto, one who loved; Amito, one who was loved.

traevoli (User's profile) May 25, 2005, 8:14:03 PM

Will that be added to Tools -> Grammar -> Affixes any time soon?  I had wondered about that myself.

kannouteki_neko (User's profile) May 25, 2005, 8:48:33 PM

It is in there, under Tools --> Grammar --> Participles, since participles are sort of an entity within themselves they kinda need seperate attention in a seperate section

Edit: although in the beginning I had to get some more extensive esperanto grammar information off-site to further understand their usages completely

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lingvohelpanto_en (User's profile) May 26, 2005, 12:16:06 AM

What kinds of additional information did you get off-site?  Perhaps the explanation here should be expanded.

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kannouteki_neko (User's profile) May 26, 2005, 3:11:07 AM

Mainly it was just more examples of the grammar usage and it was worded a bit differently, just consider me a grammar moron okulumo.gif I'll try to dig up those pages though

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