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Roy Fullmer ("Roy Fullmer" <ernobe@...>) on June 23, 2007

And is there a different word for love? i think the way like and lo= ve are used to talk about an activity are a little confusing. ‘I like co= oking’ or ‘I love cooking’, in Glosa are the same ( i think) ‘Mi amo kuko= ‘. To me the are different levels of enjoyment. I think it would be mor= e easily understood as ‘I enjoy cooking’. To use love this way seems (t= o me) to be an english (american) way to say that.

And is this the w= ord for the emotion of love? Mi amo tu. or is there another?

And = I think I will sign of now…

Saluta, Tom Tom, I will repeat here wh= at my program says about those sentences: I like cooking: Mi homo smell ( = This is what is called a bug in computer parlance, apparently cooking is de= fined as smell, actually ‘cooking smell’ is defined as ‘nidor’ in the Engli= sh-Glosa dictionary, and my program was unable to detect the difference. ) = I love cooking: Mi amo smell I enjoy cooking: Mi fo-amo smell As for the em= otion of love, emotion: emotio I’ll be upgrading my program as soon as I l= ook it over again to see if there are any more corrections to take care of.= The date of the upgrade is always indicated at the site: http://www.costa=

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