[b-greek] Re: 5 Case v. 8 Case

From: Daniel Riaņo (danielrr@retemail.es)
Date: Fri Oct 20 2000 - 05:13:37 EDT

>Or, if we are to go on historic morphological forms, has anyone considered
>using Tocharian as the base? It has 13 distinct case forms.

Tocharian (TA and TB) has only 3 differentiated morphological cases:
Nom. Ac. and Gen. The so called secondary cases of Tocharian are
combinations of Ac. with postpositions

Daniel Riaņo Rufilanchas
Madrid, Espaņa

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