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Is {melbi le gerku lo nanmu zo'e} an observative? Is it even grammatically correct?!

Can I use {zo fu} to refer to the last terbri of a selbri that does not have five terbri? One should be able to recognize that {zo fu} refers to the last place of any gimselbri. Example: {tavla fu la .lojban.}

>> No.421  


For the first: I presume that it is a question because all terbri are filled even though the first is after the selbri?

>> No.422  


For the second: I do not know, but I would stay clear of it until expressly stated that it is acceptable.

>> No.449  

Answer please?

>> No.455  

Using {fu} with a selbri that does not have a defined 5th place is grammatical, and basically equivalent to using {do'e}. I would not rely on it being understood as "the last defined place", in fact its unlikely that a new place would be understood as duplicating an aleady existing place.

>> No.458  


What does do'e mean?

>> No.481  

"Observatives" really aren't anything special. They're just normal bridi that have {zo'e} in the x1. That's it. So {melbi le gerku lo nanmu zo'e} is the same as {zo'e melbi le gerku lo nanmu zo'e}, that is, "something is beautiful to the dog, with beautiful aspect the woman, by an unspecified aesthetic standard". Pretty broken.

>> No.540  

Bump for important truth.

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