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Re: [glosalist] Word system

Robin Gaskell (Robin Gaskell <drought-breaker@...>) on February 15, 2004

Saluta Laslo, Mi ski tu habe plu forti ge-forma kredi koncerne plu lingua, sed, sine plu exempla te monstro tu semani, mi posi ne gene ple de logi ex tu deskribe.

  Eng. I know you have strongly fformed beliefs concerning language,  but without examples in order to show what you mean, I possibly don't get  the full understanding from your description.

 Si tu brevi monstro plu punkta ko plu exempla ex Esperanto,  England-lingua e Glosa, u tali kontribu fu dona mega ma semani a holo-na.

  Eng. If you briefly show the points with examples from Esperanto,  English and Glosa,such a contribution will give much more meaning to all of us.


Robin Gaskell

At 09:27 PM 2/14/04 +0100, you wrote:

As me, a team of linguists should leard in a high level mode at least three planned languages from those most used, and then, they should analize theirs ability wide-ranging.

I think, the regular system of joined words allows you to use a small number of basic words. Otherwise, you need to use order of magnitude many basic words.

It’s easier to read non-joined words than joined, but you have to know much more of them (of that non-joined). Beyond that, the languages which use non-joined words, require many prefabricated expressions.

So, I prefere English for reading, but Esp for writing.


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