Re: Unilang: the Morphology
|From:||Pavel A. da Mek <pavel.adamek@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, April 21, 2001, 12:50|
Raymond Brown wrote
>It seems to me that particles like the Japanese ones I gave above
>and the modern English possessive particle,
>which can attach itself to whole phrases,
>do the job just as well as and are more flexible than case endings,
In auxlang, the case marking shall be regular,
and therefore the contrast "flexion - agglutinative - isolating" disapears.
Regular case endings are indeed agglutinative sufixes,
and when they are written with space,
they are postpositions, particles and auxiliary words.