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Gary R Miller (Gary R Miller <justi.miller@...>) on March 9, 2011


When you don’t have a word, the trick is to say what the word means. I see several possibilities:

The hummingbird hovered in the air next to the rose bush.

U Trokili avi tena se in aero para u rosa dendro. …sto kine in aero… (The first two use verboids. These are the most basic.)

…peti in aero… (Akorda Myaleee) …sta-peti in aero… …plankto-peti in aero… … feno sta in aero…


Regarding my father, thank you. Regarding your wife– You’re a wise man. Languages don’t love you back. I think I combined the family/time problem by teaching Glosa to our two daughters. It helped them a lot with vocabulary too.

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