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Re: Re : Int, a resumptive "pro-stem"

From:Christophe Grandsire <grandsir@...>
Date:Friday, September 10, 1999, 7:13
From Http://Members.Aol.Com/Lassailly/Tunuframe.Html wrote:
> > Dans un courrier dati du 09/09/99 13:58:12 , Chrichri a icrit : > > > Of course, your comments are welcome. What do you think of it? Do you > > know any natlang or conlang that has such a feature? And for you, is the > > name "pro-stem" valid for such a feature? Thank you for your answers. > > i like it (int ?) very much. somehow i think my own natlang has a vaguely > similar stuff : > aller en angleterre, j'aime bien ga. > l'angleterre, ga, j'aime bien y aller pour s{r arthur. > y aller, en angleterre, j'aime bien ga. > j'aime bien ga, y aller en angleterre. > c'est bien ga, d'aller en angleterre. > moi, j'aime bien aller en angleterre. > c'est l'angleterre oy que j'aime bien y aller, moi, tiens, tant qu'` faire, > robert. > ;-) >
Yes, I saw it very quickly (something is telling me that we have nearly the same natlang, I wonder why :) ). The idea was not very original, but I didn't want it to be. I only wanted its implementation to be original and disturbing. Is it?
> i call that a pro-topic in my own gooey langs. > but since i understand chasmdvcho-an topic can very well be > the only very stemming part of a longer item whose further pieces > string in the comment, i agree that pro-stem is fine. >
I couldn't find any other name for that. I wonder if we can find any natlang with such a feature...
> mathias
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