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Robin Gaskell wrote:
>
> At 11:57 31/10/99 -0700, Bob Petry wrote:
> >Charles wrote:
> >
> >> Via Acadon wrote:
> >>
> >> > What we think of as "classical Chinese" is a Han
> >> > dynasty conlang of sorts. Since the characters are
> >> > semantically packed, it can be very epigramatic.
> >>
> >> Few word many idea?
> >
> >Fu mot ud im? [Ti es li metode de "World Speedwords"]
> >
> *   And that might be the point: how many ideas can you squeeze onto
> the head of a pin?
>
>    With a few words we might convey many ideas.  .... Eng.
>
>    Ko oligo verbi na pote expresi poli idea.  ....... Glo.
>
cusku so'i sidbo fo so'u valsi ... Lojban
 
> I, personally, go for the less cryptic, and have got used to having a
> Subject and a Verb in my sentence.
>
 
Sorry, no subject in that one!
 
co'om i'e robin.