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>Subject:      Re: Again revisiting Speedwords.
>To: Multiple recipients of list AUXLANG <[log in to unmask]>
>Status:
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>Robert J. Petry wrote:
>
>> Robert J. Petry wrote:
>>
>> > Paul O Bartlett wrote:
>> >
>> > [snip]> > Bob WRote: 6. It is based on a "simplified English Chinese"
>> > grammar.
>> > >
>> > >     Whatever that is.  Did Dutton actually know any Chinese languages=
?
>> > > Where can we find a description of this wondrous grammar?
>> >[snip]
>
>Just another quick follow-up on this question. Dutton mentions Karlgren's
>"Sound &
>Symbol in Chinese". It is this book printed first in 1923, Reprinted 1929,
>1946,
>that Dutton credits with his idea of "idea compounds".
 
On micre portion de information:
Bernhard Karlgren (1889 -1978, professor de philologia asiatic oriental al
universitate de G=F6teborg - Gotenburgo - 1918 - 39, professor de archeologi=
a
asiatic oriental e gerente del Collectiones asiatic oriental de Stockholm
1939-59. Su grande contribution in le sinologia es le recercas in le
evolution phonetic del chinese. Per comprehensive studios del lingua
classic chinese e comparationes inter varie dialectos ille succedeva
reconstruer le pronunciation del chinese ancian. Il es un question an le
libro que Bob cita es un traduction o adaptation de un simile libro que
existe etiam in svedese.
 
Omnes certo lege iste parve texto in interlingua sin troppo grande
problemas. Un lingua auxiliari in action.
 
 
 
Kjell [log in to unmask]
Kjell Rehnstroem
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S-752 64  UPPSALA
Suedia - Sweden