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Re: Pan-glosa

Daniel MACOUIN ("Daniel MACOUIN" <lenadi_moucina@...>) on November 12, 2007

— In glosalist@yahoogroups.com, “Llu=EDs Batlle” <viriketo@…> wrote:

= If you like these kinds of things (which word modifies which), I sugges= t looking at the particle ‘pi’ of toki pona. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki= /Toki_Pona#Adjectives

(I don’t think it may help for Pan-glosa, but yo= u my consider it fun)

I know Toki pona, a nice language, and I thinked = at “PI” when I imagined primitively the ZU () for separate two word in a c= hain. It is not the first language that use a same method: I think at FRATE= R, a brother of Glosa, which use two word-keys for precize the order in a g= roup. It seems, but I not yet learned it, that Logban have a similar system= .

Glosa is a so good base! I wish that somebody can find a elegant system = to solve the grammar ambiguity. Pan-glosa is just a laboratory for trying a= ny ways, I find my solutions rather logical, but heavy (“lourd” in french).=

Daniel

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