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Discussion of "xunai"
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Comment #4: Re: Equivalence
gleki (Thu May 8 06:19:15 2014)

Wuzzy wrote:
> gleki wrote:
> > Wuzzy wrote:
> > > Is “xu nai broda” equivalent to “xu na broda”?
> >
> > I don't think so. xunai and xu are not copied by go'i. The same
> can
> > be said about most emotional UI.
> >
> > Likewise, iepei and ienaipei are equivalent but with different
> > emphasis.
> Okay, can I then conclude that a “xunai” question is answered in the
> same manner as a “xu” question?

Yes, and the same happens to all other UIpei questions.

Comment #5: Re: Equivalence
Wuzzy (Thu May 8 10:10:14 2014)

OK, thanks.

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