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There are similarities and differences between adjectives and verbs in Acehnese. ' Both saket and dong are actually the reduced forms of relative clauses. The full forms of the two phrases are ureueng nvang saket 'the person who is ill' and ureueng nvang dong 'the person who is standing' respectively. ) However, adjectives are different from verbs in some other aspects. 3, adjectives are different from verbs in comparative constructions. And adjectives, but not verbs, are the main source of adverbs of manner.

However, adjectives are different from verbs in some other aspects. 3, adjectives are different from verbs in comparative constructions. And adjectives, but not verbs, are the main source of adverbs of manner. 4. All adjectives, but not all verbs, can be used as noun modifiers. 4. The discussion in this chapter is divided into four main sections, dealing with nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. The section on nouns gives some description on pronouns and their prefixal and suffixal forms, which have very important functions in Acehnese grammar.

Instead of oopnvan mandum 'they (respected),' ureuengnvan 'those people, they (far)' or ureuengnyoe 'these people, they (near)' are used, and instead of -iih mandum 'they (of younger person),' awaknyan 'those people, they (far)' or awaknyoe 'these people, they (near)' is used. In the dialect of North Aceh, there are two forms of neutral singular first person pronoun: long and Ion. Between 39 these two pronouns, long is the more commonly used form. Ion, which is the only form of this category in the dialects of Greater Aceh and Pidie, is considered a polite form in North Aceh dialect.

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