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Re: [glosalist] linglo from glosa 04811 (sydpidd@...) on August 12, 2004

a nu , linglo du habe u fo pusi hetero de u glosa , solo u pusi ma sistema ci e la . plu seque ra fu habe u ma mega muta . plu-ci du ne es u kritici de glosa sed plu muta pro u mi profito alo u oligo demo homo mi . mi sio volu te gene dice a mi de u proto de u verba-grupo , quod du es u id funktio in u frase . que id du es u akti-verbi verba-grupo alo nima-verba . u glosa du akti u-ci - sed … . na du habe u “pa” e u “fu” sed nuli klari pro u nu akti-verbi . u linglo du proposi te uti “du” e “nu” . plu-ci introduce verba fu gene mega uti pro u klari struktura . po plu-ci verba , glosa du loka u kefa verba a u fini , po plu auxi verba . u-ci du signifi ke na du nece memo mega e du sorta id panto ma tardi . id du habe posi u facili ma te memo du verba introduce e u verba kefa seque in u loka bi e po-co plu verba auxi in u loka gravi mei .

So far , Linglo is very little different from Glosa, a little tidyihg up here and there only. The next things will be more radical. These are not a criticism of glosa but adjustments for my benefit and no doubt for a few other people. I should like to be told at the beginning of a phrase, what its function in the sentence is. Is it a verb phrase or noun phrase? Glosa does this - but … . We have “pa” and “fu” but nothing definite for the present tense. Linglo proposes to use “du” or “nu” . These introductory words will be much used for clarity of structure. After these words, Glosa puts the head word at the end, after any modifiers. this means we must remember much and sort it all later. Linglo reverses this order. It is possibly easier to remember the introducing word followed by the head and any modifiers in a less important position. ====

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