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Discussion of "da'ai"

Comment #1: can include do?
Alex Burka (Wed Oct 15 19:58:19 2014)

I made this Venn diagram of KOhA3:
http://alexburka.com/tmp/anaphora_venn.pdf

da'ai fits nicely into a spot, but if it can include do it gets fuzzy.
da'ai including do is already covered by do'o, so why make it fuzzy?
I propose da'ai just means na'e bo mi jo'u do.

Comment #2: Re: can include do?
Alex Burka (Wed Oct 15 20:11:30 2014)

durka42 wrote:
> I made this Venn diagram of KOhA3:
> http://alexburka.com/tmp/anaphora_venn.pdf
>
> da'ai fits nicely into a spot, but if it can include do it gets
fuzzy.
> da'ai including do is already covered by do'o, so why make it
fuzzy?
> I propose da'ai just means na'e bo mi jo'u do.


(link that won't get deleted when I clear /tmp:
http://vrici.lojban.org/~durka/anaphora_venn.pdf)

Comment #3: Re: can include do?
la gleki noi jmina lo ponjo smuni (Thu Oct 16 05:47:58 2014)

durka42 wrote:
> durka42 wrote:
> > I made this Venn diagram of KOhA3:
> > http://alexburka.com/tmp/anaphora_venn.pdf
> >
> > da'ai fits nicely into a spot, but if it can include do it gets
> fuzzy.
> > da'ai including do is already covered by do'o, so why make it
> fuzzy?
> > I propose da'ai just means na'e bo mi jo'u do.
>
>
> (link that won't get deleted when I clear /tmp:
> http://vrici.lojban.org/~durka/anaphora_venn.pdf

I think what you need is a third-person pronoun which used to be 'da'au'
but it is taken by another cmavo:

https://groups.google.com/d/topic/lojban/-QrG68teKc4/discussion

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