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Marcos Franco scribeva
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>There are adverbs which end with neither -e nor -a=F9, like nun, jes,
>nur, neniam, tiel... I think it'd be not practical to have all those
>adverbs ending in -e, but the -a=F9 ones (the -a=F9 adverbs, not the rest
>of -a=F9 words) could certainly do. I think the -a=F9 ending was made to
>keep certain adverbs as "underived", as "direct" ones, but I don't
>know the reason (perhaps because they're so in natural languages...).
>
Le parola _nune_ ha un altere signification in esperanto quam _nun_. Lo
mesme on pote dicer de _jes_ e _jese_.
jes =3D si (yes)
jese =3D affirmativo (affirmative(ly)
nun =3D nunc (now)
nune =3D al presente (at present), in nostre dies (today)
 
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