On Sat, 11 Aug 2012 10:09:18 -0400, MorphemeAddict <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 7:43 PM, neo gu <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> and now in C2 (VAN), again with temporary vocabulary.
>> 0^(kn0&a^(kn~6^[kn0=fu. [xn!3.
>> 0^(kn0&a(kn~6^[kn0=st. [tc!3.
>> 0(kn0&a^(kn~6[kn0]sl. [wk!3.
>> 0(kn0&a(kn~6[kn0]wz. [fw!3.

0 indefinite pronoun
3 3rd person pronoun (proximative)
6 pronoun referring to subject of matrix verb
( attributive form of following verb
[ predicative form of following verb
= (should be \) predicative form of following noun
] predicative form of following adjective (or univalent verb)
^ negative polarity of following predicate
&a and
~ nominalizes what follows
! imperative
kn know (as verb)
fu fool (as noun)
xn sun (as verb)
st student (as noun)
tc teach (as verb)
sl sleep (as adjective/univalent verb)
wk wake (as verb)
wz wise (as adjective)
fw follow (as verb)

(The content words are all temporary mnemonic substitutes.)

The content word prefixes [ etc. determine which of 3 possible words is used along with its syntactical function.
Attributives modify the preceding noun or pronoun.

Does that help?

>> > He who knows not and knows not he knows not
>> > He is a fool. Shun him.
>> > He who knows not and knows he knows not
>> > He is a student. Teach him.
>> > He who knows and knows not he knows
>> > He is asleep. Wake him.
>> > He who knows and knows he knows
>> > He is wise. Follow him.
>What do all the parts mean?