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2007/7/9, John Crowe <[log in to unmask]>:
>
> Everything is either correct or a mistake of mine except for the phrases
> e... e... and o... o.... (Too lazy to check, but I think Rene made the same
> mistake...) o...o... means "although...,but...". In e...e..., the second "e"
> means "and"; the first "e" is just to prevent ambiguity.
>

ah.. I analyzed "o (A) o (B)" as "(A) but (B)" and "e (A) e (B)" as
"(A) and (B)".

 I'm not sure about how much difference there is between "(A) but (B)"
and "although (A), (but?) (B)". Emphasis, I guess. OTOH, maybe "e (A)
e (B)" could be translated as "both (A) and (B)"?

René