Re: Rough sketch of Lune^
|From:||Nik Taylor <fortytwo@...>|
|Date:||Friday, October 15, 1999, 23:19|
"Grandsire, C.A." wrote:
> Why not "la" for words beginning by a consonnant and "e`l" (or "l'") for
> words beginning by a vowel?
> would correspond to current Spanish use of "el" in front of feminine
> words beginning with a vowel ("el agua, las aguas" for example).
ACtually, the rule is "el" for words beginning with stressed "a", as in:
> Why not making a dialectical feature of it?
> I like it. The subjunctive and the conditional have disappeared?
Yeah. It's descended from a creole, remember.
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