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Can one make a seltau apply to multiple tertau compounds which have been grouped together at a higher order than the seltau? Without the necessity of repeating the seltau.

Speaking of which, if there is a stucture of the following structure, how is it parsed (where occurances of "S", labelled with a subscript, represent a sumti; occurances of ".E" represent a connective; and (each) occurances of ".E" followed by "bo" (with or without a space or other separation) represent a connective with the particle {zo bo] affixed immediately following the said connective): " S1 + .Ebo + S2 + .Ebo + S3 + .E + S4 + .Ebo + S5 + .Ebo S6 "

Also, if there is a seltau followed immediately by a binary tertau compound which has {zo zei] between/connecting the separate words constituting the tertau, would the seltau affect the first tertau word of the binary compound or would the seltau affect the created lujvo because {zo zei] has higher presedence? This also would influence the interpretation of "LUJVO + zei + LUJVO"-type lujvo as well as "quoted-text seltau followed by tertua"-type lujvo.


>> No.934  

There are no rules that say how exactly the seltau modifies the tertau. The seltau just modifies the tertau as a whole.

"(S1 + .Ebo + (S2 + .Ebo + S3)) + .E + (S4 + .Ebo + (S5 + .Ebo S6))"

.ebo has higher priority than .e, and it groups left to right.

"zei" is used to contruct a lujvo, not a tanru, so "LUJVO zei LUJVO" is just like a longer lujvo, like a single word, and it can be modified as a whole by a seltau.

>> No.935  


I would like to add an example of the "LUJVO zei LUJVO" interpretation (as I currently understand it). [lu <<ke fepri zei tcecmacta zei jeke pavyvonmoiratni zei je zei pojma'a zei pulce ke'ezei zazyxai ke'e rinka>> li'u] would equal [zo <<kemfeprykemkemtcecmactajvekemkempavyvonmoiratke'ejvekempojma'ake'eke'epucke'ekemzazyxai] ([zo'o] or something). By the way, that is a part-by-part translation of "pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcaniconiosis".

Or, you could skip all of that and go with [lu <<glijvo zei naljbo>> li'u] which would mean [zo <<glijvokemnaljbo].

>> No.937  


"ke fepri zei tcecmacta zei jeke pavyvonmoiratni zei je zei pojma'a zei pulce ke'ezei zazyxai ke'e rinka" is not a lujvo. Notice that "zei" connects words, any two wrds, to form a lujvo. That means that "fepri zei tcecmacta zei je" is a lujvo, call it lujvo-1, "pavyvonmoiratni zei je zei pojma'a zei pulce" is lujvo-2, and "ke'e zei zazyxai" is lujvo-3. So what you have is a tanru: "ke lujvo-1 ke lujvo-2 lujvo-3 ke'e rinka" (with an elided "ke'e" at the end).

>> No.943  



I see. Either I forgot to put those in there (it started to look very muddled after awhile) or I have poor planning skills, or I did not entirely understand. I cannot decide which.

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