isolates in sentances Re: initial mutation or trigger? Re: re Mutations
|Date:||Friday, October 15, 2004, 8:04|
> > an isolate either at the beginning of a sentance (common), or just
> > before the word...and the trigger can change the meaning of a
> > sentance by simply being one letter different.
> Ok... this isn't right. I'm not even sure what it means, but it's
> certainly not a correct definition of "trigger".
> I'm not sure what you mean by "isolate". The only linguistic use
> of that term I know is a language without an (known) relatives,
> i.e. one that is not a member of any language family". Clearly that's
> not what you mean here.
by 'isolate' in this context, I mean...well, I had already learned that,
when the parts of a language are not linked together in one big
(linkedtogetherinonebigsentance) sentance, it's called isolating (it is
call -ed isolate -ing).
sorry for being unclear.