chapter  21
Adjectives in a broad sense
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You will observe that adjectival phrases of the form “conjunction -a + infinitive form” generally serve to qualify actions, states, or objects (2). However, some of them may apply

to animates, as shown in (3). In addition, the construction -a kutosha “enough” can be used as an adverb, with the prefix vi-, as shown in (4).