|From:||Kristian Jensen <kljensen@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, July 15, 1999, 13:24|
Nik Taylor wrote:
>Kristian Jensen wrote:
>> Boreanesian gets away with just three cases, which is perhaps the
>> absolute minimum in any language.
>What about English's two?
Your right, of course. But somehow I did not consider languages like=20
English which does not have a case system that fully distinguishes=20
subject from object. But then again, neither does Boreanesian 'cuz=20
the notion of subject and object does not really apply to Boreanesian.
I suppose some kind of Boreanesian intuition is well established in my=20