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 <section class="subsection" id="negation">
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 	<header>Negation</header>
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 	<?php proposal(); ?>
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-	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se us nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a predicate, one shall place the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> after the flected verb part of the predicate. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di sej nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di sej us nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di sej ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di sej nit ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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fs -> flk

Christian Fraß authored on27/07/2017 00:19:14
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 <section class="subsection" id="negation">
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 	<header>Negation</header>
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 	<?php proposal(); ?>
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-	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se us nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_flk"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se us nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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 	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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 	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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update

Christian Fraß authored on17/04/2017 03:54:52
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 <section class="subsection" id="negation">
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 	<header>Negation</header>
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 	<?php proposal(); ?>
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-	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se nit."], "en" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se us nit."], "en" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se ing tid."], "en" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "en" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se us nit."], "eng" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["flk" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "eng" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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added transition-data and table

Christian Fraß authored on27/11/2016 17:30:26
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 <section class="subsection" id="negation">
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-	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <span class="word lang_fs">nit</span> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se nit."], "translated" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <span class="word lang_fs">nit</span>. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se us nit."], "translated" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se ing tid."], "translated" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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-	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "translated" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se nit."], "en" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <?php echo(mark("nit", ["type_word", "lang_fs"])); ?>. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se us nit."], "en" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se ing tid."], "en" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(format_correlation("type_sentence")(["fs" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "en" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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personal pronouns and infinitive

Christian Fraß authored on21/05/2016 18:25:14
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+	<header>Negation</header>
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+	<?php proposal(); ?>
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+	<p>In order to negate the meaning of a verb, one places the word <span class="word lang_fs">nit</span> after the verb. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se nit."], "translated" => ["They don't see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>If the verb takes a direct object it is allowed to place the object before the <span class="word lang_fs">nit</span>. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se us nit."], "translated" => ["They don't see us."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Negations can also be expressed implicitly by using negative correlatives. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se ing tid."], "translated" => ["They never see."]])); ?></p>
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+	<p>Doubled negations (both explicit and implicit ones) cancel each other out. Example: <?php echo(call_user_func(_bar("sentence"), ["original" => ["Di se nit ing tid."], "translated" => ["They never don't see.", "They always see."]])); ?></p>
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