Re: MNCL5 Morphosyntax
|From:||Jeffrey Jones <jsjonesmiami@...>|
|Date:||Friday, November 23, 2007, 23:04|
On Thu, 22 Nov 2007 23:42:27 -0600, Herman Miller <hmiller@...> wrote:
>Jeffrey Jones wrote:
>> I've uploaded a page on MNCL5 syntax:
>>< http://qiihoskeh.googlepages.com/M5Syntax.htm >
>> It's by no means complete (I still have to figure out comparatives,
>> superlatives, and partitives etc. and document some other things such as
>> result clauses), but I hope to see some comments on what I have. Or do
>> you prefer to wait until I've finished? Also, the morphology page has been
>> slightly modified:
>I've also had languages that distinguish between "exclusive or" and
>"inclusive or" -- but these days I'd be more inclined to say "either ...
>or" vs. "and/or". The "inclusive or" is well-established in computer
>science, but could be confusing for casual readers (and I don't know
>whether it's a term that linguists use).
Thanks, I've made that change. I've also added sections on Conditional
Sentences, Result Constructions, and a Summary of Mood Usage, which is
definitely still in progress.
>More examples would always be nice -- specifically for some of the
Yes. I'm still working on examples.