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>Je 09:32 ptm 5/1/98 +0000, Julian PARDOE skribis:
>
>>In-Reply-To: <Pine.SGI.3.95.980430135602.27607A-100000@zeno>
>>> ESTAS PAGENDA is much clearer and simpler to me than PAGENDAS.
>>
>>Maybe.  The things is that, whilst a komencanto might stick with ESTAS
>>PAGENDA, progresintoj tend to move on to forms like PAGENDAS as they
>>feel more confident with the resources of the language.  Forms like
>>PAGENDAS arise naturally.
>>
>>> In Ido it is possible to say PAGENDESAS, which to me is more logical
>>> than PAGENDAS
>>
>>Does BELA become BELAS or BELESAS in Ido?  PAGENDA must follow the same
>>rule.  In Eo BELA becomes BELAS and PAGENDA follows the same "rule".
>>
>The impression I have, based on what James said -- and it could be wrong!
>-- is that in Ido "belesas" would be identical with "es(as) bela"; but in
>Esperanto the meanings of "belas" and "estas bela" are somewhat different.
>Perhaps James would be good enough to confirm or correct my preconception.
>
Qui ha decidite que _estas bela_ significa un altere cosa que _belas_?
Formationes analoge non del toto es inusual. Svedese a pauc tales, ma le
neogreco - neoelenika - pro esser plenmente politicamente correcte sembla
haber plures, on me ha dicite.
 
Amicalmente
 
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