Intransitive

When a verb is intransitive it means that it cannot have an object. All verbs describing quality in klingon - usually translated as adjective - are intransitive.

The suffix -moH can make intransitive verbs to transitive ones.

Examples

  • jaH (to go) is an intransitive verb: It is not possible to "go someone".
  • Qong (to sleep) is an intransitive verb: It is not possible to "sleep someone".

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Category: Grammar    Latest edit: 24 Nov 2016, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 24 Nov 2016 by DirkSchlSser



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