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Re: [glosalist] Re: ergo glosa

Nick N. Mikhailenko ("Nick N. Mikhailenko" <nick0000@...>) on October 13, 2007

A lot of people thinks the same. A propose the name GLOSA++

—– Original Message —– From: Daniel MACOUIN To: Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 7:47 PM Subject: [glosalist] Re: ergo glosa

— In, Vasiliy <vabot@…> wrote:

1. ‘Plu’ =>’Lu’ It’s OK. I agree, and i vote for it by my both hands.

Thank you.

  1. What is a conceptual word? That is a question. This question is open, it’s not simple. There isn’t a clear and ‘one-signed’ answer.

I think that in Glosa, except any words such “de, to, e, sed …” all the overs are concept-words. I want to say that they can, potentialy, be use as noun, verb, adverb, adjective, if the writer can give them some sense. Naturely, we need a mark for indicate if a phrase is a noun-phrase or a verb-phrase. I advance GO for active-verb and to use GE for status-verb (=adjective, as in indonesian language ).


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