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Re: Trans: 'I love you'

From:Cian Ross <cian@...>
Date:Sunday, April 22, 2001, 20:32
Oops...sorry...the apostrophes stand for acute accent marks,
that is, long vowels.


On 04/22/2001 at 4:14 AM Andreas Johansson wrote:

>What does the apostrophes mean? > > Andreas > >Cian Ross wrote: >> >>In Veldan: >> >>Platonic: >> >>Filem sta'n. [said to a man] >>Filem sti'n. [said to a woman] >> >>Romantic: >> >>A'mam sta'n (sti'n). >> >>Erotic: >> >>Auram sta'n (sti'n). >> >>For emphatic constructions, use a'sta'n or a'sti'n for the object, >>or duplicate the subject with a pronoun, e.g.: >> >>A'mam me' st'an. >>*I* love you. >> >>A'mam me' a'st'an. >>*I* love *you*. >> >> >>Cian Ross >> > >_________________________________________________________________________ >Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at