Blog Post · Relative Clauses
Posted On Wednesday 8 June 2011 by Freddie Nash (FredFace)
Those things which add more information that can't be considered as valuable to the bulk of the sentence.
This morning we added-relato the army of pre-fixes. Nice and easy to remember, it indicates that a verb is starting a relative block/clause. For Example:
eataht relaiqeht ceveand nrib nrig hat~s ei
Roughy translates as 'I am going to eat pasta that is blue and green'
When you start a new relative section of a sentence, that is like a new sentence all together - inside that the same rule applies, such as in this rather senseless example:
eataht relaiqeht relaiqeht nrib eineta nri hat~s ei
Meaning I will eat pasta that is a colour, that is blue.
This may lead you to the logical conclusion that the first verb in any sentence should follow suit - as long as you know that it doesn't and don't think about it too hard you should be OK (its just a inferable and clear with and without).
The Timlan team