H. S. Teoh scripsit:
> > This allows many words which have seperate roots in, say, English to
> > be derived in LC-01. For example, a verb "to kill" may be derived
> > from the verb "to live", in the cessative aspect, plus a causative.
> Nice idea. Maybe I'll adapt it for Ebisedian :-)
Unfortunately, there are straightforward counterexamples to this,
which is why Lojban has a separate root for "kill". If I shoot
you on Friday and you linger for two days and then expire, I can
I shot you on Friday and caused you to die on Sunday.
*I shot you on Friday and killed you on Sunday.
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