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Charles wrote:
 
> Chris Burd wrote:
 
> > Interlingua, btw, pretty much limits final consonantal
> > clusters to -nc, -rc, and -sc; otherwise it adds an -e.
>
> Yeah, -e on verbs, adjectives, nouns, and anything else,
> so as to fake an Italian sound. Sorry, but it's too Chico Marx.
 
Occ. uses -e or verbs and nouns too. The main difference here is that Ia uses -e on adjectives, where Occ. has -i or nil; but Italian usually has -a or -o. I know you're a fan of POS marking, but Interlingua isn't fake anything.
 
Cheers,
 
Chris