Is "ta se klama" grammatically correct? Could I say "That is gone to" in lojban, without adding a zo'e to my sentence? Or would it have to be "That is gone to by something"?

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zo'e in Lojban is always implied when any place of a selbri isn't filled. You can use zo'e when you want to explicitly note that there is a "something", but it's not necessary.

So, ta se klama is grammatically correct, and would mean "That is gone to", as you said, or equivalently "Someone/something has gone there".

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