The oblique case marks the possessor preceding the head noun , the definite direct object, nouns governed by a preposition, and the subject of transitive verbs in the past tense. Personal pronouns are inflected for number singular, plural and case direct, oblique. A set of enclitic pronouns is used to indicate the agent of transitive verbs in the past tenses.
There are two demonstrative pronouns: one for near deixis, one for remote deixis. The use of the Persian ezafe construction is spreading, however there is also a native possessive construction, consisting of the possessor unmarked or marked by the oblique case preceding the head noun.
The verbal inflection is based on two stems: present and past stem. Person and number are indicated personal suffixes attached to the stem. In the transitive past tense the verb consists of the bare past stem and personal concord with the subject is provided by enclitic pronouns following the stem or a constituent preceding the verb.
Two modal prefixes are used to convey modal and aspectual information. The past participle is employed in the formation of compound tenses. Vafsi is a split ergative language: Split ergativity means that a language has in one domain accusative morphosyntax and in another domain ergative morphosyntax.
In Vafsi the present tense is structured the accusative way and the past tense is structured the ergative way. Accusative morphosyntax means that in a language subjects of intransitive and transitive verbs are treated the same way and direct objects are treated another way.
Ergative morphosyntax means that in a language subjects of intransitive verbs and direct objects are treated one way and subjects of transitive verbs are treated another way. In the Vafsi past tense subjects of intransitive verbs and direct objects are marked by the direct case whereas subjects of transitive verbs are marked by the oblique case.
This feature characterizes the Vafsi past tense as ergative. Harzani is considered an endangered language with a little less than 30, speakers in present day. Harzani is also present in the neighboring villages of Babratein and Dash Harzand. As of now, Harzani has not been formally recognized by the Islamic Republic of Iran, and thus receives no government support. Sign Up.
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January 05, , PM by musica pal pueblo. January 05, , AM by vslava. January 04, , PM by mucrim. January 03, , PM by vslava. January 02, , PM by krizl. December 22, , AM by zach. Then again, the character of Hulot is very likeable and human. In any case, it takes a daring filmmaker to make the kinds of films he made, which is why he had trouble with financing Playtime and its probably why he made so few movies.
I don't know why I'm even bothering with the following as you apparently have me on ignore, BUT Because you included that picture of that home in your thread, sorry, you couldn't be more wrong here, Fred And so, while YOU may not like that style as much as the Deco styles of the pre-code movie era, to use the word "failed" in your premise would not be correct, but just an expression of your personal taste.
Yes, I see something new every time I watch this film. I love those windows that look like eyes. That would be like comparing a Volkswagen to a Mercedes. I can't be totally certain, but it could be taken as a criticism of those French who displayed pretension buying American cars, seeking the status they conveyed. I noticed an early Corvette. Anyone else notice makes and models? I gotta ask ya somethin': Have you priced an original in good to perfect shape Eames Chair lately???
It's a matter of Quality as well as Style. An Eames chair is unique, but as far as style, still does not compare to any Art Deco chair. I think you have a point Slay, it may have had something to do with pretention because it certainly would not have been practical to own a '50s boat in Paris as they were known to be gas guzzlers gas is very expensive in Paris , as well, just driving one of those boats down a narrow side street in Paris would have been extremely difficult, let alone to park it.
Plus they drive like maniacs over there and a big car like that would have been in their way and just get honked at. The majority of cars in Paris are Citreons. Not to seem argumentative, twinkee, but part of the motivation of the modern or was it post-modern? And the furniture was purposefully designed to lend itself to mass production. After all, the classic Eames 'paperclip' chair is just bent tubular steel with plywood for the seat and back.
As a result, there is more of it around, and more copycats, leading to lower prices on the resale market. Additionally, art deco stuff is generally older than modernist stuff, so there is greater loss to time. Though scarcity and age don't always lead to higher prices, they can contribute to it. Burzlaff was one of the best European vibraphonists and a great arranger, which is not just a sentence being said because he doesn't live anymore!
Exclusive vinyl release! Probably the final and last issued music of Elsie Bianchi, mastered for 6-Page-Digipack-CD and limited vinyl LP with insert, including new sleeve notes and many unknown photos from the late s Forgotten work by one of the key figures of cool and modal jazz in Germany, CD and digital album come with two additional tracks Unique compilation and th release in the catalogue of Sonorama Records - file under: cool, modern, hard bop, modal!
Hidden treasure coming to light: restored and newly mastered album full of unreleased music from Copenhagen by the godfathers of Danish modern jazz, fluidly playing hard bop to American standards - fresh, highly creative and cleverly arranged. Transferred from reel-to-reel tapes found in the collection of Niels Husum, with photos provided by Allan Botschinsky - limited vinyl LP and digipack-CD with four additional tracks Austrian genius Friedrich Gulda on piano and baritone saxophone, leading a piece, top-shelf, lineup of players.
Friedrich Gulda in New York Times Unique material by one of the most important European postwar jazz musicians being released here for the first time. In addition to his classic quartet, Koller invited six brass players to the set, making arrangements sound more colorful and rich. Killer funk compilation full of highlights from the music archives of Josef Weinberger Ltd. From hard bop to soft ballads, all light, fluffy, intimately personal and with a lyrical bebop approach.Jacques Tati - Sonorama (The Complete Collection Of Film Scores) flac. Started by elpayochulo.