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At 07:13 AM 02 05 98 +0200, Kjell Rehnstr=F6m wrote:
>Julian Pardoe scribeva:
>
>>In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]>
>>There's quite a good little book called 'Planlingvaj Problemoj' which
>>offers an Esperantist rebuttal of this.  (Can't remember the author or
>>publisher.)  If you've got access to a good library you might want to
>>check it out.
>>
>Esque non _Gilbert_? Io legeva le libro multo annos retro quando io audiva
>de interlingua e voleva saper plus de detalios. Illo felicemente non
>respondeva omne mi questiones ma io debeva pensar autonomicamente.
>
>
>>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".
>Isto es multo interessante. Esperanto se ha developpate desde mi tempore
>active in illo. Tal parolas como _pagendas_ e _belas_ era generalmente
>usate como burlas (*eruptiones humoristic).
>
>Io me recorda habente legite un articulo in Revuo Esperanto. Il era un
>littera ab un lector qui se questionava si on non poterea (if one could
>not) scriber _povintus_ in vice de _estus povinta_. Io me recorda haver
>pensate que isto era un uso multo coragiose.
>
Traunmueller, who's a linguist and an esperantist, says that some people do
this. I've never heard this anywhere else though, in my limited research on
Eo.
 
Sounds like a good idea, though, especially in a agglutinating language.
 
Chris Burd