Re: Teach Yourself Kamakawi
|From:||M.S. Soderquist <all4thebetter@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, March 2, 2002, 1:36|
Your lessons were entertaining to read. :) I enjoyed it.
I just had to go look up what "kamakawi" would mean in ea-luna (my "main"
language project) and it turned out, against all odds, that "kama" and
"kawi" haven't had meaning assigned to them yet. If I divide it up as
ka-maka-wi, I see that "ka" doesn't have an assigned meaning either, but
"maka-wi" means "news meanings" -- presumably a word that would have
something to do with interpreting news. (I know it is silly, but when I see
words that fit into ea-luna, I am always curious about what they mean.)
At 04:11 AM 2/28/2002 -0500, you wrote:
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>Yes, I made good on that suggestion. ;)
>I've written the first three parts (part 0-2) of "Teach Yourself
>Kamakawi", with more to follow. I had a time of it, seeing as the darn
>template doesn't seem to recognize the "tab" feature or spaces at the
>beginning of a sentence. Hence, there's no indention (indenture?), and no
>neat format. Nevertheless, it's up, and it should be fun. Here she is:
>Take a look; it'll change your life.*
>*Not a guarantee