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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 08 May 2011 19:00

Ossicone wrote:You still haven't posted any examples. :-|
Examples of what? D:
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ossicone » 08 May 2011 19:11

Example sentences of your lang!

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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 08 May 2011 21:50

Oh? You want MORE. Okay.
I'll make an example using every Mood, Aspect, Tense, Case, Definiteness and Person. ;3
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Post by Micamo » 08 May 2011 22:30

In a single sentence? I wanna see that. Do you have biclausal constructions figured out yet? I doubt it.
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 09 May 2011 16:21

Micamo wrote:In a single sentence? I wanna see that. Do you have biclausal constructions figured out yet? I doubt it.
No, lol, holy shit. One sentence for each, and a few combinations.
And what do you mean 'biclausal constructions' exactly? If you're talking about how clauses fit together, I'm not too sure, I just kinda smash them next to eachother and leave it there.
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Micamo » 09 May 2011 17:30

Stuff like English's:

"When I see you smile I can face the world."

"I take my dog for walks because he needs the exercise."

"Someday I hope you'll find a way."

I certainly hope you can come up with something more interesting than just ciphering the English way...
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 09 May 2011 20:36

Micamo wrote:Stuff like English's:

"When I see you smile I can face the world."

"I take my dog for walks because he needs the exercise."

"Someday I hope you'll find a way."

I certainly hope you can come up with something more interesting than just ciphering the English way...
Can't be arsed to gloss all of that, so in simple: It's very similar to English because I know little to nothing about Relative Clauses and use of Conjunctions etc.
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Micamo » 09 May 2011 20:52

Then that's a perfect reason to learn more! Just using the English way because you don't know of any other way to do it is quite... lazy.
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 09 May 2011 20:55

Oh, definitely not lazy. I don't love anything more than learning linguistics: I just can't find any decent information about them.
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Post by Micamo » 09 May 2011 21:01

This and this wals chapter are good resources for explanations of how relative clauses work, though relative clauses and biclausal constructions are quite different. For complex sentences you should read... well... everything in wals's complex sentence section. Far from complete but a wonderful introduction, if at times a bit overly scholarly.
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Re: Daljetz sen du Salar!

Post by Ainuke » 09 May 2011 21:14

Micamo wrote:This and this wals chapter are good resources for explanations of how relative clauses work, though relative clauses and biclausal constructions are quite different. For complex sentences you should read... well... everything in wals's complex sentence section. Far from complete but a wonderful introduction, if at times a bit overly scholarly.
Thank you for your stuffs. :3
I'm already thinking of ideas to make relative clauses work, and my previous reading of Wikipedia, before you linked me, has got me thinking on Conjunction shizzle.
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