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Re: [glosalist] Frigi-tem Nekto (artikla) (sydpidd@...) on January 16, 2005

penite de u seqe, mi pa face pan ra ad in u fo mal intrika ……..

My vote goes to Glosa …. but …….

It seems to me that Glosa, like light, has a spectrum, from ultra literary to infra dignitatem! We could call them “glosa-alti” and “glosa-baso”. It also seems so in other languages and that the mormal use of a languages is developed by fluent speakers who are prepared to accept a large number of irregularities and ilogicalities of grammar in their usage.

Anyone who starts to learn one of these languages finds it unnecessarily difficult. Having problems wth mental confusions and memory, I wish to explore glosa-baso for the benefit of myself, anyone who needs urgent help in a foreign country, people who are not gifted with language learning and who need to communicate with people of language very different from their own.

The basis of glosa-baso is very like the present glosa. The 3 normal divisions of a sentence are:- subject noun phrase, verb phrase and object section.

The verb phrase has an introductory word such as “pa” and “fu”. also it tells the tense, past and future. These words tell me that the subject phrase has ended and the verb phrase begun. In Glosa, I find that a sentence in the past or future is much easier to understand than one in the present because usually the fluent speakers omit any introducer in the present.

The noun phrase is introduced by “u” or “plu”, singular and plural followed by its head, negative and modifiers.

“Plu” the/a:- We have a noun phrase, it is the subject and is plural I should like all VPs to begin with “pa”, “fu”, “du”, “nu” or “sio” and that these words not be used as separate words for any other purpose. The second word would usually be the head word of the phrase and be followed by the negative particle and modifiers.

u voti de mi du ki a u glosa .

id du feno a mi ke glosa, homo foto, du habe u spektru . ex ultra literary a infra dignitatem! na pa_pote voci mu “glosa-alti” e
“glosa-baso”. id pluso du feno so in plu lingua hetero e ke ge u uti norma de plu lingua du evolve ex plu pe qi du loqi flu

e qi du cepti u nume mega de plu uniformi ne e plu logika ne de gramatika in u uti ex mu .

uno-pe qi du proto te gene_ski mo de plu-ci lingua du detekti mu du habe u no-facili . ko plu problema ko u konfusi menta e ko u memo , mi du volu te stude u
glosa-baso pro u profito de mi e uno-pe qi du nece subito u auxi in u landa xeno, plu demo qi du habe ne u doro ko u gene_ski lingua e qi du nece te komunika ko plu demo de lingua fo hetero ex mu .

u basi de u glosa-baso du es homo fo a u glosa nu-tem . plu tri divide norma de u frase du es:- frase nima-verba tema, frase akti-verbi e mero objecti .

u frase akti-verbi du habe u verba introduce tali ka “pa” e “fu”. plu-ci verba du dice dice a mi ke u frase tema pa fini e u frase akti-verbi pa proto,
pluso id du dice u tem akti-verbi, pa-tem e fu-tem . in u glosa, mi du detekti ke u frase in u pa-tem alo fu-tem du es facili ma mega te logi sed more, u loqi persona flu du omite uno verba introduce in u nu-tem . mi sio volu panto plu frase akti-verbi te proto ko “pa”, “fu”, “du”, “nu” alo “sio” e ke ge plu-ci verba du uti ka plu verba separa pro uno buta
hetero .

u verba bi sio es more u verba kefa de u frase e ge du seqe ex u partikula
“ne” e plu deskribe .

so:- plu gina du vora u sito . ge u frase nima-verba du introduce ex “u” alo “plu”, solo_mo e plura . ge seqe ex u kefa de id, “ne” e plu deskribe . so :- plu gina du vora u sito .

“plu” the/a:- na du habe u frase nima-verb, id du es u tema e es ge plura “gina” woman:- second word is head phrase, it is plural “gina” femina gina :- u verba bi du es u frase kefa , id du es plura “du”:- introduces verb phrase, we now have the complete subject, “the women” “vora” eat:- head word, we have the complete verb phrase “du”:- du introduce u frase akti-verbi , na du habe u tema kompleti
, “the women”

“u”:- a noun phrase, singular, after the verb “u”:- u frase nima-verba , solo_mo , po u akti-verbi “sito” food:-head word “sito” food:- verba kefa

the women are eating the food. que plu gina pa vora u sito . “que”introduces a question sentence “que” du introduce u frase qestio did the women eat the food? question mark not needed. ge u marka qestio du nece ne . ge u sito pa vora per plu gina “ge” tells us that the word order is changed:- object, verb, subject “ge” du dice a na ke u ordina verba pa muta :- object , akti-verbi , tema the food was eaten by the women mi du es ge famina here the “ge” introduces an object section and also separates it from the verb ci , u “ge” du introduce u mero object e pluso du separa id ex u akti-verbi . u gina du ski ke mi du es ge famina ………. i am hungry “I” needs no introducing word because it takes the place of a noun phrase singular “I” du nece ne u verba introduce ka id du prende u loka de u frase nima-verba . plu gina du amo u sito de mi mi = i or me, de mi= of me= my the women like my food in g-baso, the beginnings of phrases are all clearly marked and the most important concept is close to the beginning. in g-baso , ge plu proto de plu frase panto du marka klari e u kogita importa maxi du es klude a u proto . sid

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