Re: Question: help me!
|From:||Steg Belsky <draqonfayir@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, August 19, 1999, 18:59|
On Thu, 19 Aug 1999 07:43:55 +0100 Fabian <rhialto@...> writes:
>>4) plural: -s ending only!; as in I-a, Novial
>Why not with an -en ending, as in German? or -i, as in Latin? Or -in,
>Hebrew? Why mark it at all, as in Japanese? Why not a dual form, as in
Just a little nitpicking, but -/i:n/ isn't really Hebrew....it's
The native Hebrew plural endings are -/i:m/ and -/o:T/.
what is fear?
"anxiety is the dizziness of freedom"
so what is freedom?
"ei. l. b. hh. e. m. sh. b."
>I know you understand what you thought I said,
>But I'm not sure you understand that what you thought I said
>is not what I meant to say.
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