Re: Emphasis (or an excuse to display my lang)
|From:||Matthew Kehrt <matrix14@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, December 19, 1999, 4:08|
> I *love* that! But... (there's always a but)... it doesn't seem
> very naturalistic. Unless Eviendadil is not a human language, or
> is con-constructed or something like that. Anyway this system is
> so neat that you can leave naturality aside and blinking in
> amazement for a while.
Wow, thanks. I guess you're sort of right; oh well, I'll work on it.
> > Adjectives and adverbs can also be emphisized by conjugating (or
> > whatever) only them.
> Hmm... how do you decline them?
Adjectives are changed to reflect number and sometimes gender, if the
gender makes a difference.
For example, aren, which means new is the same for man and woman:
Danen Aren, Dana Aren
However, beautiful, which means different things for man and women, is
Danen Elenden, Dana Elenda
However, a women who is "handsome" would be:
Thanks again for you enthusiastic reply! :-)
Dän, ë sarán edorir!
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