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6. Is it walking? 7. Were they running? 8. Is the dog crying? C. Some of the sentences below contain errors and some are correct. For each of the following sentences indicate whether the sen- SUBJECT PRONOUNS A N D IMPERFECTIVE AUXILIARY 23 tence is correct or incorrect; and if it is incorrect, indicate what the error is. 1. Hegam gogs 'o şoan. 2. 'idam wipsilo ap hihim. 3. Nam hegai ceoj cipkan? 4. 'Idam mi:stol ap pi med. 5. Hegai cecia o pi cicwi. 6. 'A:cim 'ac pi ko:ks. 7. Nap 'a:p şoak? 8.

3. Is he speaking? 4. Are you (pi) crying? 5. Was he sleeping? 6. Is it walking? 7. Were they running? 8. Is the dog crying? C. Some of the sentences below contain errors and some are correct. For each of the following sentences indicate whether the sen- SUBJECT PRONOUNS A N D IMPERFECTIVE AUXILIARY 23 tence is correct or incorrect; and if it is incorrect, indicate what the error is. 1. Hegam gogs 'o şoan. 2. 'idam wipsilo ap hihim. 3. Nam hegai ceoj cipkan? 4. 'Idam mi:stol ap pi med. 5. Hegai cecia o pi cicwi.

28. Ceoj 'o n-ceggia. The boy is/was fighting me. 29. Klisti:na 'o m-cendad. Christina is/was kissing you. 30. Hegai 'ali 'o t-kudut. That child is /was bothering us. 31. Hegai'uwi'o'em-nu:kud. That woman is/was taking care of you (pl). ) This indirect object, which is always some noun or pronoun, states to whom or for whom something is done. The following gives a breakdown of the structure of a transitive sentence containing an indirect object: Husi 'o kegcid g nalaş g 'ali wehejed. SUBJECT AUX VERB DO.

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