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lenadi_moucina ("lenadi_moucina" <lenadi_moucina@...>) on July 2, 2007

“I had some contact with hindi some time ago and am thinking of how glosa c= ould use hindi word order -verb final, also some slight contact with welsh = verb first”

I think that it could be easy to make Glosa a few independant = of the word order. It need only two particules :

Try “i” for the object = mark and “to” [:-)] for the mark of the present mode. You can now write thi= s Glosa clause “an frakti u botilia” by different ways. (an) (TO frakti) (“= I” u botilia) (TO frakti) (an) (I u botilia) (an)(I botilia) (TO frakti) {= note that AN is the subject, if it is a reflexive pronoun you have to write= “I an” : [(botilia) (to frakti) (I AN)] } (I u botilia) (TO frakti) (an) A= nd so on : (I u botilia) (PA frakti) (an) (I u botilia) (FU frakti) (an) (= I u botilia) (NU FU frakti) (an) (I u botilia) (NU DU PA frakti) (an) (I u = botilia) (DU TO frakti) (an)

I think it may not allways necessary to mark = the object when the order SVO is the respected rule. The language IDO use a= seeming system for the “accusative”, special end of word or particule befo= re give the same logical meaning.

Saluta Daniel

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word order - Committee on language planning, FIAS. Coordination: Vergara & Hardy, PhDs.