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Re: Plu verba fini

Stephan Schneider ("Stephan Schneider" <stefichjo@...>) on March 25, 2012

Dear Gary,

(even though your message was for Xavier, I’d like to make a so= me questions and a comment)

I love Latin, and find endings such as Steph= an proposes to be beautiful. \ / (+) Mi este filo de Latino (u fo-paleo= Roma lingua), e detekti plu tali verba fini; homo Stephan pre deklara, e= s veri kali.

I also find that as I get older, I CAN’T REMEMBER ANY OF = THEM ANYWAY! \ / (+) Mi plus detekti, tem mi gene es ma paleo; MI NE PO= TE MEMO PANTO MU!

I simply prefer what is the easiest. \ / (+) Mi = simpli ma amo plu ra; qi es maxi facili.

Do you mean, you can’t remember L= atin endings, the endings I proposed or (some) Glosa endings?

And, what is= the easiest? Root ending derivation rules like the ones I propose wouldn’t= make Glosa (or Glota) any more difficult, because you don’t need to learn = them (they are not productive as in Esperanto). You just need to know that = “hand” is “manu” and not “mani” (as in “manipulate”), and that “nati” is “b= irth” and that “natio” is “nation” and not the other way round. That is the= same “easiest” as before, isn’t it? Glosa words like “manu”, “nati” and “n= atio” are the same in Glota (my dialect). But they do follow root ending de= rivation rules, which shows that Glosa could have had them, too, and in som= e cases even gives the impression of having them.

Regards, Stephan

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