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Tìtstewan:
Tsayhelkut ngal folrrfen, srak?
Have you visited these houses?

Um, fray+ is correct. Fìtsenge
It means "all of these" ;)


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Kemaweyan:

--- Quote from: Tìtstewan on July 16, 2014, 03:24:53 pm ---Tsayhelkut ngal folrrfen, srak?
Have you visited these houses?

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This is a different question.


--- Quote from: Tìtstewan on July 16, 2014, 03:24:53 pm ---Um, fray+ is correct. Fìtsenge
It means "all of these" ;)

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Why there is no fray in the dictionary? And why there are not any examples with that?

Edit:


--- Quote from: Ftiafpi on July 27, 2013, 04:27:47 pm --- Yes,  fray+ is now official.

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Tìtstewan:
Because they forgot it.... ::) *writing a post in the dictionary thread*

As for example:

--- Quote from: Ftiafpi on July 29, 2013, 12:11:22 am ---
--- Quote from: Tìtstewan on July 28, 2013, 06:43:37 am ---
Frayhelutral lor lu.
Every of the Houses are beautiful.
Jedes der Häuser ist schön.

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Paul used this example for a translation but his exact phrase was "All of these houses are..."

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Kemaweyan:
Actually I don't see "these" here. There is plural prefix ay+, but no fì- or tsa- :-\ It does not seem correct, maybe Pawl was mistaken? Also what happens when there are two or three houses? *Framehelku and *frapxehelku? :-\ I don't understand how these prefixes work...

And why Ftiafpi said that it's not official?

Tìtstewan:
All of these three houses? I see no problem with it.

Edit:

--- Quote from: Kemaweyan on July 16, 2014, 03:37:24 pm ---And why Ftiafpi said that it's not official?
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Where?

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