Grammar: Terminative - until
The Terminative expresses reaching until a certain point in time or space and is usually translated with "until"
There last bunch of cases, unfortunately, doesn’t follow any patterns:
the “Abessive” (Estonian: “ilmaütlev” - “without saying”): translates as “without”
the “Terminative” (Estonian: “rajav”): up to/until something
the “Comitative” (Estonian: “kaasaütlev” - “with saying”): together with somebody/something
In this article, we’re taking a detailed look at the Terminative case 👇
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