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Infinitive for simultaneity.

In some cases, the infinitive can be used to expressed simultaneity. This is very common in LT and less so in spoken.

This use of the infinitive can be replaced by adjectival participle plus Ǥ -appa in most cases:

¨ Ť Ԩ Ԥեեػ avan varrappa, naan saappittukittirundeen. `When he came, I was eating'