Re: Some Mujai grammar
|From:||Patrick Dunn <tb0pwd1@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, December 11, 2001, 22:23|
On Sun, 9 Dec 2001, Kala Tunu wrote:
> i like it very much. i'm fond of that kind "easy" langs (i
> mean easy from what i've read). especially when the easy
> grammar bit mixes with cultural niceties hidden in the
> vocabulary. where is you Mujai page? have you already set
> the place where the Mujai people dwell? i have the feeling
> that the Tunu people couldn't live so far away that they
> could ignore basic Mujai for business purpose :-) wouldn' it
> be somewhere close to the Saalangal people as well?
> this is only a suggestion. (is "-hit" from hebrew "hit-"?)
The page exists only on my hard drive right now. I'm looking for a place
to stick it that doesn't have annoying pop-ups and won't charge me an arm
and a leg.
Officially, -hit is coincidentally similar to hit- in Hebrew.
Unofficially, yeah. It's one of those things that sounds *so* reflexive.
I like "easy" (non-inflecting) languages too, but of course you just trade
one set of difficulties for another in an "easy" language. :) I just
like the non-inflecting difficulties better than the inflecting.
Prurio modo viri qui in arbore pilosa est.