Words: Part 005 – Rocks and the Rock cycle
Here are some words about rocks in Egonyota Pasaru. Sedimentary rock is called “afdesgu”; to make sedimentary rock through the compression of sediment is called “Yenpragu” (Mud-press). If sedimentary rock is compressed so much that it changes form, then it is called a metamorphic rock “Afcüt” (Rock-changed). This message is called metamorphism,...
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Two of the Four Standard Languages separate the use of a word and a mention of a word verbally. For Egonyota Pasaru, it is a suffix; in yukũa|elaga ütæk|Qvaḻsa, it is a particle. Here is an example in Egonyota Pasaru: Eseš arť lejai. [is]-INANIMATE [copper] [brown] Copper is brown. Ħilš arťlzë sor krek. [have]-INANIMATE [copper]-MENTION [three] [letter]. “Copper” has three letters. ...
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Words: Part 004 – Color
In Egonyota Pasaru, there is a method of synthesizing words for color. This is called “piecewise color assembly” (eisotdefa ek tej). But before we go on, it is pertinent to note that Pseudoans’ range of color goes from about 200 nm ~ 900 nm, and they have five main colors, coded I, R, G, B and U. Right. Now on to the main thing. Piecewise assembly of color starts with...
In Egonyota Pasaru, i is used when there isn’t an subject to the sentence. It is always placed at the end of the sentence. Peť solfela i. Bring the boat. Tanadlai satšrin i! Earn money quick!1 The “i” is always the stressed syllable of the sentence when it ends with an exclamation mark, and usually has a pause before it. This is called “i you-ification”...
In Egonyota Pasaru, chaining sentences are sentences with too many subjects, verbs xor objects. The extra words are separated with a semicolon. For example: Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Esešron erpu; ersamijo renda i·u? Is a bird; plane? He aims, he shoots, he scores! Laifra; biyefra; lōlzfra res i! Aims; shoots; scores he!
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