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Discussion of "fanduse"

Comment #1: Subjective?
Curtis W Franks (Tue Nov 4 23:37:19 2014)

Is this for an objective claim or for a subjective
expectation/opinion/discourse?

Comment #2: Re: Subjective?
Ilmen (Wed Nov 5 15:19:40 2014)

krtisfranks wrote:
> Is this for an objective claim or for a subjective
> expectation/opinion/discourse?

fanduse claims that the amount/intensity of its x1 is too high for its
x2 to happen, so it's a causative predicate, it claims a causal relation
between two events.
If one wants to add a nuance of expectation, they should add "(mi) kanpe
lo nu..."; similarly, if one wants to express that they opine this causal
relation is true, they should add pe'i or "mi jinvi lo du'u...".

By the way, I added an example of use.

mu'o mi'e la .ilmen.

Comment #3: Re: Subjective?
gleki (Wed Nov 5 17:18:16 2014)

Ilmen wrote:
> krtisfranks wrote:
> > Is this for an objective claim or for a subjective
> > expectation/opinion/discourse?
>
> fanduse claims that the amount/intensity of its x1 is too high for its
> x2 to happen, so it's a causative predicate, it claims a causal relation
> between two events.
> If one wants to add a nuance of expectation, they should add "(mi) kanpe
> lo nu..."; similarly, if one wants to express that they opine this
causal
> relation is true, they should add pe'i or "mi jinvi lo du'u...".
>
> By the way, I added an example of use.
>
> mu'o mi'e la .ilmen.


i voted down until the discussion is removed from the notes files that is
exported to .pdf

Comment #4: Re: Subjective?
Ilmen (Wed Nov 5 17:59:58 2014)

gleki wrote:
> i voted down until the discussion is removed from the notes files that
is exported to .pdf

Note removed.

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