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- 08 Dec 2016 22:13
- Forum: Linguistics & Natlangs
- Topic: (L&N) Q&A Thread - Quick questions go here
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What is the difference between these two types of "or"? 1. Do you want a burger or a hot dog? (Rising intonation up to "burger," then falling intonation starting with "or." Implies a one-or-the-other choice between two options.) 2. Do you want a burger or a hot dog? (Rising intonation throughout. Ca...
Znex wrote:Су нуаи нєнда уисо сата у, є?
Sū n'wai nēda wizō sada wū, jē?
2SG.NOM NEG=be.PST.SG NEG eat.INF DEM.N.DIR dog.DIR yes
You weren't going to eat the dog, right?
Not what I had in mind.
- 06 Dec 2016 02:04
- Forum: Beginners' Corner
- Topic: Question about tense conjugations
- Replies: 6
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Skimming over it, it looks pretty good, except "jumped" and "thought" are the past tense versions of "jump" and "think," not present. If you were implying the presence of the word "have" (e.g. "have jumped") then ignore what I said, because "have jumped" is indeed present.
http://i.imgur.com/4xFnox4.png Velim naun serkoutium, ie huviim kovtium. Koiaum ek zalaium mehim noi. house-ACC 1SG-GEN clean-PST-1SG.NOM | and dog-ACC see-PST-1SG.NOM || suppose-1SG [subordinate clause] go-FUT-1SG.NOM food-ACC eat.INF [vɛˈɾim nɑwn ˌsɛr̥kɔwˈtjum | jɛ ˌhuviˈʔim ˈkɔvdjum ‖ kɔˈjɑwm ɛk...
I made a song. It's only 1 minute long, so I might work on it some more.
Orthography with more diacritics, or less diacritics? With more diacritics: Šapa ma hčēdit šaje, ču hapa pye-gûn uje. With less diacritics: Xapa ma hchédit/hcheedit xaje, chu hapa pye-guon uje. IPA: /ʃapa ma ɦʧe:dit ʃaʤɛ ʧu hapa pjɛ gu:ɔn uʤɛ/ I'm personally a fan of less diacritics in general, bec...
Numbers Here are the numbers 1-10. I haven't decided exactly how I want to do larger numbers yet. Probably something like 11 - siva, 12 - sizai, 13 - sizoh, etc. 1 - va - https://i.imgur.com/kOxe8ki.png 2 - zai - https://i.imgur.com/DM6Yvfe.png 3 - zoh - https://i.imgur.com/gw9vzmR.png 4 - teu - ht...
Pronouns Na made some pronouns. Ev are pretty self-explanatory. What do nei think? SG PL 1 na vuo/pa 2 i nei 3 ol ev Vuo is inclusive, and pa is exclusive. Pronouns decline like normal nouns, but without the plural suffix -u (it's unnecessary). I'm also working on translating country names. They're...
I made a ConWorkShop page for Otvei. Hopefully I can figure it out. ( http://conworkshop.info/view_language.php?l=OTI ) Cases I also made a noun declension with cases. I decided on including nominative, accusative, dative, genitive, and prepositional cases. All cases are marked with suffixes, but no...