Re: Degrees of adjectives
|Date:||Saturday, February 5, 2005, 16:46|
>I decided that two degrees of comparison were redundant. If they are
>not needed in Spanish (or French), they aren't needed in Senyecan.
>The context always tells the speakers how many items are being
In firstname.lastname@example.org, René Uittenbogaard <ruittenb@W...>
>>Except when the context is missing.
I am unable to imagine a conversation in which the context is
missing. How is it possible for two people to have a conversation
and not know what they are talking about? Surely the drinks the
sweetness of which is being compared have been spoken about or tasted
or at least pointed at.