Re: 'Nor' in the World's Languages
|From:||H. S. Teoh <hsteoh@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, August 8, 2006, 2:35|
On Tue, Aug 08, 2006 at 03:58:33AM +0200, Henrik Theiling wrote:
> H. S. Teoh writes:
> > In Tatari Faran: A B ei.
> > Example:
> > kiran sa diru si'ei.
> > young.man CVY.M girl CVY.F:and
> > The young man and the girl.
> You wrote an entire post and even a long one, without mentioning a
> cinder cone in any if your Tatari Faran examples. What's wrong?
> Ok, you did mention volcanos.
That's right! :-) I wonder if this is a(n unconscious) principle I keep,
that every Tatari Faran post has at least one volcanic reference.
> Never mind... :-) That's a very nice language you have![...]
Thanks. :-) Always good to know my efforts are appreciated. (Not that
I've done anything much with TF recently, but there's a semi-new thing
which I think I'll write about, now that I'm sorta back on the list.)
Speaking of which... I just discovered earlier today, to my chagrin,
that langmaker.com has turned into a Wiki. What's up with the
wikiphilia?? Whatever happened to the original site?
(Having said that, however, I've actually indulged in beautifying the TF
entry on the wiki, so I really have no cause for complaint. :-P)
Don't drink and derive. Alcohol and algebra don't mix.