|From:||Muke Tever <hotblack@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 6, 2004, 0:07|
On Sun, 5 Dec 2004 13:50:31 -0500, # 1 <salut_vous_autre@...> wrote:
> I know that some languages (as english or esperanto) form the plural only on the
> nouns and leave the articles invariable and that others (as all italic ones,
> frensh, spanish...) leave a plural mark on the noun and the article.
> But is there an exemple of a language that represents plural only on the article?
I think at one point my conlang Ibran was such, but apparently I decided
against it, as the final s seems clearly to be retained, at least after
e remijt-nos noistr diuts cónt nosautrs anch noistr deutuérs remetiux
E rE"m_jitnOs n9jhtr dZy:ts ko~t nO"zo:trs A~tS n9jhtr d2:twers rEmEtSy:h
and forgive-us our debts, how we also our debtors forgive
[Wondered about |nos|, but clearly its final |s| was reinforced by |nosautrs|].
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