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- 22 Dec 2018 01:07
- Forum: Beginners' Corner
- Topic: What's it called when you break down a sentence morpheme by morpheme?
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Like this: "Your father is working at the slaughter-ground." "tu-taata k̬oldarős ena daara:" your-father slaughter-ground-GEN at work-IND (Thanks to Charlie Brickner for the example, taken from his post to the LISTSERV earlier today) I've been away from conlanging for a long time but I'm back now an...