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zo pei Anonymous
09/08/14(Fri)03:50 No.1314
zo pei Anonymous 09/08/14(Fri)03:50 No.1314   []

How does zo "pei" work? I've seen people put it in various places in an utterance, and on different sides of attitudinals. Is there a difference between ".o'apei" and "pei .o'a"? If so, what does "o'apei .ai" mean?

Is there any place where I can get a full guide specifically to attitudinals and such? They seem really useful, interesting, and unfamiliar (in a good way, like "unique").

How can I ask myself how I feel about something? Does "[cnivla] peise'i [cnivla]" work?

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RE: zo pei Hussell
09/08/15(Sat)15:48 No.1328 []

Chapter 13 of the reference grammar, sections 1-10, describe attitudinals in a fair amount of detail. (http://jbotcan.org/docs/cll/)

In particular, section 10 should answer your questions about "pei". (http://jbotcan.org/docs/cll/c13/s10.html)

Question words like "pei", "ma", and so on, are used for asking questions to whoever you're talking to. You can only ask yourself a question using those words if you're talking to yourself. If you are talking to yourself, e.g., "doi mi i pei", then the questions work just like any other questions. "peise'i" means "What-are-you-feeling, selfishly?", sort-of.

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