Re: case/adposition matrix
|Date:||Friday, June 28, 2002, 2:25|
On 06/27 13:10 Dirk Elzinga wrote:
> Several years ago, someone posted a matrix of locative cases or
> adpositions. It was organized with spatial orientation (up, down, in,
> out, etc) on the y-axis and direction of motion (or lack of motion)
> on the x-axis (or something like that). I couldn't find it in my
> quick search of the archives. Does this sound familiar to anyone? If
> someone still has this matrix, could it be reposted here? You could
> also email me privately.
>I checked to see if I had it among the stuff I printed in the early
years. Unfortunately not. If I remember correctly it measures
proximity in units starting from zero units from the speaker. If it is
then it predates Conlang@Brown, into the Danish years.
Andrew Smith, Intheologus firstname.lastname@example.org
alias Mungo Foxburr of Loamsdown
"That's the people who hang around the edge of groups at parties. They
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