Collegiate Commissioners Association of Compliance Administrators (CCACA
, 2004), CCACA
Conference Call minutes, November 3, 2004 (Available from Carol Iwaoka and Jennifer Heppel, Big Ten Conference, 1500 West Higgins Road, Park Ridge, IL 60068-6300)
In Class I this is made up of a verbal form on the pattern, CCaCa (the C stem in the terminology of Hetzron ), together with a copula which is often attached as a clitic.
It lacks a CCaCa present tense (6), has no sodir preterite (12), has no preposition ta (15), and uses ruh to form reflexive pronouns (14).