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Plu hetero questio

stefichjo ("stefichjo" <sts@...>) on December 16, 2005

Saluta! Penite, mi habe plu hetero questio.

Que il es u verba “mo-ci”, e i= d signifi quo-ra?

Que “pato-do” e “medika-do” es u homo ra? (hospital)

Pa= gina 22: “Glosa es eu fono.” -> “Glosa habe eu fono.” Que?

I think now tha= t “u-ci” is a noun. (“Que u-ci es tu domi?”) In this case a noun phrase wit= h “domi” would cause the first noun to become an adjective. In this case I= would prefer “domi u-ci” (“housy that”) instead of “u-ci domi” (“thaty = house”). Couldn’t Chinese be an interesting example of phrasing these conc= epts? Their language is isolating as well.

Que “u bibli ge-grafo ex G. B. = Shaw” es “u ge-grafo ex G. B. Shaw bibli”?

Que es “z=F2a” alo “zo=E0”?

I= s “lose” Greek or Latin? It seems English to me.

“There is” =3D “il es”, b= ut “It’s getting dark” is “id gene no-foto”. Why not “il gene no-foto?”. I= s there any real “id” that’s getting dark?

Gratia e plu saluta, Stephan S= chneider

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Plu hetero questio - Committee on language planning, FIAS. Coordination: Vergara & Hardy, PhDs.