Author Topic: о разнице между падежами  (Read 3259 times)

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Offline Vertaler

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   1. (transitive, + genitive-accusative) To marry.

              * Nain eilen Annan.
                    ● I married Anna yesterday.

   2. (transitive, vulgar, + partitive) To have sex or sexual intercourse with sb, copulate with sb, fuck.

              * Nain eilen Annaa.
                    ● I fucked Anna yesterday.

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    * As seen above, the meaning of the verb depends on the case of its object.

От себя добавлю, что это тот самый глагол, от которого образовано слово nainen (женщина).
La lastan lingvovarianton / Bruligis mi en la kamen’.
Mi ne reformu Esperanton, / Mi ne plu kredas je mi mem.
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Offline Ilmar

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Да, партитив таки интересный падеж... ;D
When you wake, you shall have cake,
And all the pretty little horses.

Offline andrewsiak

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ого! прикольно.
значит to fuck someone is to marry someone partially... An interesting Finnish point of view. What about homosexual sex?..
той ще ся не вродив, щоб усім догодив.


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