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comment About “unusual” word order?
@Axiophase: You're right if it's noun verb noun. But I was using a construction of noun pronoun verb.
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comment About “unusual” word order?
@Evpok: I've studied Russian, German, and Latin, all of which use grammatical cases.
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comment About “unusual” word order?
In this particular construction, yes. A more usual construction, might be "Tu m'aimes," in which case it is accusative.
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comment About “unusual” word order?
OK, I meant the usual subject, verb, object, wecept when referring to personal pronouns, which would then be subject object verb. But manquer uses a "different" construction.
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comment Differences between “Oui” and “Si” in the affirmative?
@Dave: I have shortened the Japanese reference, and altered the Spanish reference.
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