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Discussion of "fi'i'e"

Comment #1: COI+sumti
Curtis W Franks (Thu Feb 26 06:42:09 2015)

I like the idea, but how does one pull it off? Is the sumti that follows
it the location? If so, then how does the speaker address the recipient of
the welcome? doi?

Comment #2: Re: COI+sumti
Shotaro (Fri Feb 27 09:27:09 2015)

I think that the it is better that the definition is "fi'i vitke be
fe/fi",
because it is obvious whether the sumti which follows it refers to a
person or a location.
If any complaint, I will suggest another definition "fi'i klama be".
klama_2 can be filled with both a person and a location.


krtisfranks wrote:
> I like the idea, but how does one pull it off? Is the sumti that follows
> it the location? If so, then how does the speaker address the recipient
of
> the welcome? doi?

I'm thinking about the problem too.
Most safely, like this: fi'i do fi'i'e la jbovlaste.
Of course, as you said, doi do fi'ie la jbovlaste is also good.

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