Atong Spelling Lesson 11. Usage and Spelling of the Variant Forms of 8 Pansok (Bound Parts)

June 2, 2020
There are eight bound parts (pansok or sok in Atong) that have variant forms that cannot be used freely. The form that can be used depends on the form of the meaningful part that precedes it in the word. In this lesson we will see the variant forms of all the eight meaningful parts, and how they are used and spelled. Because of the overlap in form of two meaningful parts, namely the factitive and the customary aspect, the differences between these meaningful parts are briefly shown.
Lekha Atongmorot Balgaba Golpho mynggabaaw ie linktykyi skathang download kha’na man’a
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