Re: English syllable structure (was,for some reason: Re: Llirine: How to creat a language)
|From:||Cheng Zhong Su <suchengzhong@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, December 11, 2001, 22:24|
--- Robert Hailman wrote:
> Tristan Alexander McLeay wrote:
> > On Sat, 8 Dec 2001, Elliott Lash wrote:
> > > Patrick Dunn <tb0pwd1@...> writes:
> > >
> > > You could say "He is a bachelor of arts" I
> > Only if you were being weird, at least for my
> dialect. You have a bachelor
> > of arts, you are an unmarried man.
> For what it's worth, last year my Uzbekistani
> physics teacher said "He
> is a bachelor of arts" once.
> RobertAnswer: I think I have answered this question once.
The English define meaning in sentences while Chinese
define meaning in words.
Su Cheng Zhong
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