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Hello! My name is Courtney Dalton. I'm a junior linguistics major at Bryn Mawr. I've taken Intro to Computing and I work with the Digital Scholarship department at BMC, but I don't have a lot of experience with computer science otherwise. Here are some languages that I would be interested in working on:

  • Uyghur
  • Tibetan
  • Bangla
  • Maltese

'S-suffixes: Long Form':

   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p1><f><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܢܵܐ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p1><m><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܢܵܐ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p1><pl>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܚܹܢ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p2><f><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܬܹܢ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p2><m><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܬܹܢ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p2><pl>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܬܘܼܢ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p3><f><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܢܝܼ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p3><m><sg>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܢܝܼ
   ܦܵܬܚ<vblex><pres><p3><pl>:
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܢܝܼ


@cc

@cc links a coordinating conjunction to the conjunct that comes after it. In Uzbek, one common coordinating conjunction is bilan, which basically means "and, with." Bilan appears in the sentence below.