Gramatica:”I-ati” sau “Ia-ti” ?

Ofer cursuri de gramatica limbii engleze, dar mai povestesc si despre limba romana…

Am citit online: “I-ati diploma…” In acest context cratima este folosita gresit.

Cratima separa 2 lucruri/concepte diferite: verbul de pronume.

In exemplul dat “I-ati”...I este pronumele iar ati este verbul…Deci ar fi asa: voi ati.…Dar nu este corect pentru ca mesajul se adeseaza tie, nu voua…

Corect este: Ia-ti diploma…In care Ia este verbul a lua, iar ti vine de la tie-iti-ti = formele neaccentuate ale pronumelui personal. Ia-ti diploma = Tu iei diploma.

Ca ultim sfat: cand nu stii unde este cratima, separa cele 2 cuvinte: trebuie sa fie un pronume, de obicei forma neaccentuata si un verb (la persoana respectiva).

PS: Majoritatea greselilor apar din neatentie sau hipercorectitudine, nu neaparat din lipsa de informatie.

Mai povestim si cu alte ocazii :)))..

Va astept la curs (gramatica engleza in fiecare week-end).

Toate datele la 0722.841.053 iar programa va este oferita daca ne scrieti la


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