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Translative Case


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The Translative Case, this case indicates the change of something's state. The suffix is: -kshí, and the English prepositional equal is "to (role of)".

Answers the questions: kenenkshí? to become whom?
                               maníkshí? to become what?

shíné|kshí   (become) you
kirtsélríya|kshí   (become) a writer

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