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Re: Ge-nexu verba
Zhenyu ("Zhenyu" <lizhenyu_god@...>) on December 25, 2009
Karo Sr. Miller Fo gluko pro tu memo de mi! Ex tu explika, mi este ma hedo;= maxi de plu posi konfusi de Glosa; pa no-feno. Sed mi ski; in kanta, es pan= to lexi homo “na plu stude-pe” e “na; plu stude-pe” qi es tro no-facili ge-= audi u brevi-sto “;” in “na; plu stude-pe”,plus u-la simi turba de “FE-bovi= “ e “fe BOvi”.
I think a lot of words in the document of gid.pdf (Glosa In= ter-reti Diktionari) should be abbreviated, and combined by some basic word= s!
Ex: mekani—>”meka” for short. Furthermore, “robot” could be replaced = by “Meka-homi”,which is quite easily memorized by all peoples, especially b= y us Chinese, because the Chinese word for that is combined by the two word= s!
vokabulari—>=A1=B0vokabu=A1=B1for short. Or better use “lexi-fa or ve= rba-fa” for easy memorization. This word of Mondlango is just “wordaro” (wo= rd(o)=3Dverba & verba; -ar(o)=3D-fa)
The two examples should be paid more = attention to by us Glosalists for making Glosa more practical! We can learn= more useful and wise concepts and ideas on word making and grammar of all= languages, among which, Chinese is the wisest and simplest!
And, I feel = quite strange on expressions of the weekday names. Why “di-mo” =3D”Sunday”,= in Chinese, we say literally “Weekday one” meaning “Monday” and “Weekday s= ix” meaning “Saturday”, but “Sun-weekday (Weekday seven)” means “Sunday”. A= s I remembered, Jesus’s creating day 1 is Monday, right? Therefore, “di-mo= “ should be “Monday” and “u di mo” could be “the first” (of month). In that= way, the two same expressions “ di-mo” (sounds [DImo]) and “u di mo”(di mo= sounds [udiMO] ).
Saluta! Li Zhenyu
— In glosalist@yahoogroup= s.com, Gary R Miller <justi.miller@…> wrote:
Nice = to hear from you again. I was afraid you wouldn’t be able to write after= your computers changed at work.
-> Gluko te itera gene u grama ex tu= . Mi pa fobo; tu ne fu posi grafo, po tu plu puta-me topo ergo-lo pa gen= e muta.
In English, Germanic, and other languages when words are combi= ned, the stress is on the FIRST word. This is, therefore, what one shoul= d do in Glosa.
-> In England, plu Germani e plu hetero lingua, kron= plu verba gene u nexu, plu forti-soni es de u PROTO verba. Ka-co u-ci e= s u ra, pe debi akti per Glosa.
Her cow =3D fe (u) bovi =3D soni: f= e BO-vi. MA KLARI: U bovi de fe… U bovi, fe habe (qi) (Female) cow= =3D u fe-bovi =3D soni: FE-bo-vi. MA KLARI: U fe-speci bovi Help her = =3D auxi fe =3D soni: a-U-xi FE (Female) helper =3D auxi-fe =3D soni: a-= U-xi-fe
The comma shows a pause in this case:
-> U koma-sema mo= nstra u pausa u-ci kaso:
Our students =3D na plu stude-pe We, the st= udents =3D na, (PAUSA) plu stude-pe. MA KLARI: Na, qi es plu stude-pe =
Yes, these differences are very small. 99% of the time, the context w= ill make the differences clear. Even without the hyphens or word stress,=
Glosa will usually be understandable.
-> Ja, panto-ci difere es ve= ri mikro. Nona-nona pro-centi de tem, u kontextu (plu proxi verba) fu st= i; plu difere es klari. Klu minus plu hifen (mikro-line) e forti verba, = Glosa fo-freqe es ge-logi.
_ _ /. /\ Gary
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