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Re: Tekem, the language (aka deriving verbs from nouns)

From:David Peterson <digitalscream@...>
Date:Thursday, May 3, 2001, 16:46
In a message dated 5/3/01 1:35:02 AM, christophe.grandsire@FREE.FR writes:

<< Well, in fact I don't see what's unnatural about it. To me it's plain

that if you put together a stem and an affix, some phenomena of assimilation,

dissimilation or whatever take place. Now, I'm not a specialist of sandhi, so

may say stupid things... >>

    Ah, I'm learning Hawaiian right now.  And though it has twelve letters,
it actually has all of the following sounds:

k p w v A e i o u E a(schwa-type sound) l h n j ? m

    Oh, and by the way.  I've come to the conclusion that Hawaiian is the
greatest and most perfect language in all the world for all time, ever, ever,
ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, without excpetion.  Aloha ea!



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