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As the following examples illustrate, this vowel deletion is not obligatory for all preverbs though. (36) Verb kseparaa. exo ksexo /*kseexo parexo /*paraexo [kse+exo] [para+exo] to have t o un-have to provide *parexo / paraexo to over-have ksana ksanaxo / ksanaexo21 [ksana+exo] to re-have b. aniγo ksaniγo /*kseaniγo paraniγo/ paraaniγo ksananiγo / ksanaaniγo [kse+anigo] [para+anigo] [ksana+anigo] to open to open-out to over-open to re-open Prefixation vs. compounding In (36), a vowel deletion always occurs in case of kse-, in both its internal and external use, and optionally occurs in case of ksana.
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Albanian grammar, with exercises, chrestomathy, and glossaries [incomplete] by Martin Camaj