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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #20 on: March 02, 2011, 10:41:03 pm »
That is...provided that "nm" is not an illegal consonant cluster, which I'm not sure about. Someone please correct me if it is

NM actually is an illegam consonant cluster, and in fact txonmì divides as txon.mì and not txo.nmì.

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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #21 on: March 03, 2011, 12:22:44 am »
That is...provided that "nm" is not an illegal consonant cluster, which I'm not sure about. Someone please correct me if it is

NM actually is an illegam consonant cluster, and in fact txonmì divides as txon.mì and not txo.nmì.

Don't forget what I said of 'ÌTXTSTXRR ;)

Kìräp. I thought it was. Sooooo that raises the question how does one attach mì+ to txon?

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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #22 on: March 03, 2011, 12:48:46 am »
That is...provided that "nm" is not an illegal consonant cluster, which I'm not sure about. Someone please correct me if it is

NM actually is an illegam consonant cluster, and in fact txonmì divides as txon.mì and not txo.nmì.

Don't forget what I said of 'ÌTXTSTXRR ;)

Kìräp. I thought it was. Sooooo that raises the question how does one attach mì+ to txon?

-Txonä Rolyu

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?

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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #23 on: March 03, 2011, 01:02:08 am »
That is...provided that "nm" is not an illegal consonant cluster, which I'm not sure about. Someone please correct me if it is

NM actually is an illegam consonant cluster, and in fact txonmì divides as txon.mì and not txo.nmì.

Don't forget what I said of 'ÌTXTSTXRR ;)

Kìräp. I thought it was. Sooooo that raises the question how does one attach mì+ to txon?

-Txonä Rolyu

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


But...you just said "nm" is an illegal cluster. That's why I was asking.

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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #24 on: March 03, 2011, 04:06:15 pm »
That is...provided that "nm" is not an illegal consonant cluster, which I'm not sure about. Someone please correct me if it is

NM actually is an illegam consonant cluster, and in fact txonmì divides as txon.mì and not txo.nmì.

Don't forget what I said of 'ÌTXTSTXRR ;)

Kìräp. I thought it was. Sooooo that raises the question how does one attach mì+ to txon?

-Txonä Rolyu

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


But...you just said "nm" is an illegal cluster. That's why I was asking.

-Txonä Rolyu

A syllable cannot begin or end with an illegal consonant cluster. Txonmì contains two syllables, txon and , neither of which is illegal.
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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #25 on: March 03, 2011, 04:06:47 pm »

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


 ??? Adpositions are not directly attached to the word srak?  If kehe, are there exceptions?  If srane, does it matter if they are or not; does the meaning stay the same or is one more formal than the other?


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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #26 on: March 03, 2011, 04:09:41 pm »

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


 ??? Adpositions are not directly attached to the word srak?  If kehe, are there exceptions?  If srane, does it matter if they are or not; does the meaning stay the same or is one more formal than the other?

Adpositions can be attached to the end of a word, or stand alone in front of it. The meaning is the same regardless of its position, so it's only a stylistic matter.
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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #27 on: March 03, 2011, 04:12:32 pm »

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


 ??? Adpositions are not directly attached to the word srak?  If kehe, are there exceptions?  If srane, does it matter if they are or not; does the meaning stay the same or is one more formal than the other?

Adpositions can be attached to the end of a word, or stand alone in front of it. The meaning is the same regardless of its position, so it's only a stylistic matter.

Thank you. :) *goes to change user to be grammatically correct*


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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #28 on: March 04, 2011, 08:57:28 am »

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


 ??? Adpositions are not directly attached to the word srak?  If kehe, are there exceptions?  If srane, does it matter if they are or not; does the meaning stay the same or is one more formal than the other?

Adpositions can be attached to the end of a word, or stand alone in front of it. The meaning is the same regardless of its position, so it's only a stylistic matter.

Thank you. :) *goes to change user to be grammatically correct*

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Re: Regarding some of the most basic question sentences
« Reply #29 on: March 04, 2011, 04:15:22 pm »

Either mì ton or txonmì.  It's not so hard :)

...or are you thinking of something like mìton?


 ??? Adpositions are not directly attached to the word srak?  If kehe, are there exceptions?  If srane, does it matter if they are or not; does the meaning stay the same or is one more formal than the other?

Adpositions can be attached to the end of a word, or stand alone in front of it. The meaning is the same regardless of its position, so it's only a stylistic matter.

Thank you. :) *goes to change user to be grammatically correct*

And it's tanhì not tahnì ...

Sran probably just a mere metathesis typo :P

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