Well, at 3:30 am last "night" I was on an exercise rampage. Then I came across something strange, due to an understandable yet now corrected mistake.
Let's see if Allen and Greenfluff can answer this: what is the present 1st person singular subjunctive of "creare"?
Surely it can't be creem? I know that it would be pronounced "creh-em" but such an elegant language should not hold such childish subjunctivses.
Ponder that thought, or "fieri potest ut vos creem phasianum"
On the subject of creem, can some one tell me what "I will choose you to be turned into a pheasant"?
[EDIT] And also, or rather, "I will choose you as someone [of the type] to be turned into a pheasant".
Play around with the subjunctive of characteristic, or can an infinitive be used with creem?