Re: Comparison of philosophical languages
|From:||Muke Tever <mktvr@...>|
|Date:||Friday, January 24, 2003, 12:32|
From: "Andrew Nowicki" <andrew@...>
> MT> What I am trying to say is llynatu igo iwi ogelujj.
> MT> Ila eba inylu icilu llogelujj ima iwa edo ufalu
> MT> iwa odysy|| ili e ila edo inylu icilu igu igi ubi
> MT> wo|lld y|| icy llicilujj ima iwa edo ufalu iwa
> MT> odysy|| ili e ila edo inylu icilu igu igi ubi can y.
If that is your opinion of beginners' attempts to use your language, it may not
get far :x) If "ila ujude ygyde asy", that's only to be expected; you dont
throw things out wholesale as "gibberish".
I followed all your rules as best I understood them, although I had to invent
"|| ili e ...y||" for a relative clause (perhaps "ili|| e ... y||" would have
been better?--I dont have time at the moment to test whether the grammar of the
phrase allows it).