Completed 11 Feb 2005.
It has become obvious in my exploration of trying to make a formalism for the pre-processor sections of grammar.300 (see my new grammar page) that the interaction between the various magic words (si, sa, su, zo, zoi, zei, bu, y, etc) is extremely ill-defined. It needs to be fixed. This is going to be rather unpleasent.
- Quotations as of 11 Feb 2005 LU LOhU LEhU LIhU ZO ZOI
- Hopefully only ZO and ZOI will be relevant here, but the interaction of SI and LOhU/LEhU is also up for grabs. If this section hasn't been hit by the time we get to this checkpoint, we might as well do the whole thing.
- lerfu Forming cmavo as of 11 Feb 2005 BOI BU FOI LAU TEI (Shepherd: Arnt Johansen)
- BU only.
- Hesitation as of 11 Feb 2005 Y
- Nonce Connectives as of 11 Feb 2005 BAhE ZEI XI
- BAhE and ZEI only. If this section hasn't been hit by the time we get to this checkpoint, we might as well do the whole thing.
- Text Structure cmavo as of 11 Feb 2005 FAhO NIhO I MAI TUhE TUhU ZOhU (Shepherd: Arnt Johansen)
- FAhO only, I expect (what does "mi cusku lu fa'o li'u" mean?).