Words and existing between grammatical relations are in our view two completely different entities. The first are the true subjects of language, the second - only the relationship between them, but it is possible only through their interaction. Grammatical relations, even if they are not marked in the language can be created in its representation, and the tongue may be designed so that the lack of precision and incomplete understanding, at least to some extent, can be overcome. Thus, despite the presence of certain expressions for grammatical relations, similar language has at its disposal without proper grammar, grammatical forms. If, for example, the case is formed in the language with the help of prepositions, which are added to the remaining without changing a word, then there is no grammatical form, and there are only two words, grammatical relationship between them can be conventionally assumed. Thus, the form of e-tiboav Mbaya language does not mean 'through me', as is the transfer and 'I'm through. " Communication between this exists only in the mind of the person who is currently is, and not because of the language of signs. L-eman'iv the same language does not mean 'he wants' and 'he' and 'desire' or 'wish', all of which are not related to the verb kakim-libo characteristic way and more like the expression 'his desire to' especially since the prefix 1, in fact, it is a possessive pronoun. However, in this case, there is a verbal clearance is conditional, in the mind. Nevertheless, as one or the other form quite well express the deaths of the persons name and verb.
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